Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: STRFKR, Mirah and more

(illustration: Cassidy Miller) Want even more giveaways? Sign up for our newsletter for access to extra contests. To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.com with the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. Winners will be selected at random no later than 24 hours before the listed show and notified via email. Thursday, September 13 Mirah, ings @ Cafe du Nord 7:30pm, $14, 21+. Buy advance tickets here. Friday, September 14 GØGGS, CCR Headcleaner, [...]

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What’s Happening This Week? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Jan 9 – Jan 12

Women's Audio Mission is throwing a free Local Sirens event this Thursday night at Rickshaw Stop. Monday, January 9 Manatee, Midnight Snaxxx @ 1-2-3-4 Go! Records All local punk. Proceeds from this show will be donated to the Ghost Ship Fire Relief. Periwinkle, Kamikaze Palm Tree @ The Honey Hive Gallery Periwinkle is as whimsical as their name suggests. Head to the Avenues for local upbeat doo-wop. Tuesday, January 10 Tower of Power @ Yoshi's Around since the late '60's, TOP is an Oakland R&B band, who at one time had Lenny Williams as a lead singer. Chris Botti @ [...]

Ticket Giveaway: Mirah at The Chapel

Having last swung through the city back in June for a collaborative tour with Jherek Bischoff, Mirah will return to a larger (and potentially more haunted) room in The Chapel. I feel it is completely appropriate to assume you are still listening to Changing Light; Mirah’s latest record from 2014. At the very least, you’ve planted about three songs from the album onto one of your "Do Not Listen 'Til Nightfall" playlists. If you dig further back, you’ll find her combined solo and shared catalog is well into the double-digits. Back in October, the Brooklyn-based songwriter added her name to [...]

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Live This Month: March 2014 — an audio guide through upcoming SF concerts

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_March_2014.mp3 Download: Live This Month: March 2014 — an audio guide through upcoming SF concerts (Podcast #330) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. With South by Southwest luring over one thousand bands to Austin later this month, it's touring season in indie music. While that means plenty of locals are already on the road, it also means some exciting opportunities to see buzzed-about out-of-town acts without taking a flight to Texas. Those acts include UK producer Forest Swords, touring around SXSW [...]

Mirah, Real Vocal String Quartet, Kacey Johansing at the New Parish 11/20/11

Mirah recently teamed up with Real Vocal String Quartet to perform a few songs in a redwood grove at UC Berkeley. For those who enjoyed the videos of this intimate performance, there is another opportunity to see both acts once again. Mirah will be at the New Parish this Sunday (11/20/11, 9:00 pm, $15, all ages), featuring the Real Vocal String Quartet, with Kacey Johansing performing as well. Tickets are on sale now.

Video: Mirah – “Gone are the Days” (live with the Real Vocal String Quartet)

A few months ago, Mirah teamed up with the Real Vocal String Quartet for a performance in a redwood grove at UC Berkeley. As you can see from the wonderful rendition of "Gone are the Days" above, the collaboration was one well worth repeating. On Sunday, November 20th, Mirah reunites with the quartet for a show at The New Parish. You can see more videos from the collaboration's UC Berkeley performance on YouTube and below.

TBB Video Premiere: Mirah performs “Hallelujah” live with Thao at Phono del Sol

Mirah - "Hallelujah" (Live with Thao at Phono del Sol) from BAMM.tv on Vimeo. We were fortunate to have BAMM.tv capturing the great performances at Phono del Sol last month, and we're pleased today to debut the first video from that day's festivities. Above, Mirah, joined by Thao Nguyen and Andrew Maguire, performs "Hallelujah," one of the many terrific songs from Thao & Mirah. Thanks to BAMM.tv and to the performers for this great clip.

Recommended, 8/1-8/7: Regional Bias, Dntel, Howlin Rain, Mirah/Tara Jane O’Neil

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Regional Bias is Saturday night! Hopefully you aren't yet sick of us writing about Regional Bias, our fifth birthday party/annual fundraiser, which is taking place at the Verdi Club this Saturday, August 6th (8pm, $10-20, All Ages, Buy Tickets Here). Seriously, Little Wings, Royal Baths (farewell show!), White Cloud, and Sea of Bees?! You can't beat that [...]

Photos: Scenes from the Phono del Sol Music and Food Festival

First off, thank you. Thank you to everyone who came to Phono del Sol on Saturday, and thank you again to everyone who generously donated to help us fund the event. Thank you to Tiny Telephone and John Vanderslice. Thank you to Aesop Rock, Mirah, Man/Miracle, Magik*Magik Orchestra, Religious Girls, Appetite, Beth Lisick, and the Mutiny Radio DJs. Thank you to all of our volunteers, Jacob and the sound team, the BAMM.tv video team, security, and everyone else who helped the event come out great. Thank you to all of the food trucks. Thank you to our sponsors and partners. [...]

Countdown to Phono del Sol: sample all of the performing artists!

As you should know by now, this Saturday, July 16th, The Bay Bridged and Tiny Telephone are throwing the first annual Phono del Sol Music and Food Festival in San Francisco's Potrero del Sol Park. There are a lot of reasons to be excited about this FREE, all ages, all day festival, and we'll be counting down those reasons all week long. Today, let's focus on the six great local acts that make up the live music portion of Phono del Sol. Below, learn a little bit more about all of the performers. Aesop Rock It's been four years since [...]

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