Mix and match your calendar for Fall at the Fillmore

It's the most wonderful time of the year: Fall at the Fillmore returns with yet another stellar lineup of shows for the upcoming autumn months. We at The Bay Bridged are here to help you navigate the stacked calendar. So grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte (or not...) and come along for the ride. Just be sure to save room for one of the Fillmore's trademark apples. Trying to support some hometown heroes? Look no further than Sun Kil Moon (Sept. 29), Tune-Yards (Oct. 20), and three nights with Jawbreaker (Oct 23-25)! Whether you're more inclined to enjoy the intimate ramblings [...]

Graham Coxon rolls into August Hall later this month

Were you a teenager, or middle-schooler, or did you have an older sibling around that age in the mid-'90s? Then you probably don't even need us to tell you who Graham Coxon is. You probably know him best from Blur — "Song #2," "Coffee & TV" et cetera, et cetera. But Coxon's pretty much always been a solo artist, in a sense. The son of a British Army bandleader, he grew up learning multiple instruments. He joined college to study arts and continue making music, he just happned to meet Alex James and Dave Rowntree, and bring along his childhood [...]

Tinariwen roam to The UC Theatre with Dirtwire next month

Willing to bet, in all your years, you've never seen a band of Tuareg musicians. Willing to bet a little less that you might not even know what 'Tuareg' is (it's OK. We're not here to judge). Tuareg are a group of people from the Sahara, from as far north as Libya to as far south as Burkina Faso. Tinariwen are from Mali, which sticks to the Western side of the Sahara. Tuareg are also, by definition, nomadic — which alone makes Tinariwen's story fascinating. Add in a constantly-rotating cast of band members and near-constant political upheaval in their homeland [...]

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