Live This Month: July 2014 — an audio guide to upcoming SF concerts

http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_July_2014.mp3 Download: Live This Month: July 2014 (Podcast #342) 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. Summer's here, which means that bands are hitting the road in droves and new albums are coming out fast and furious. That's great news for local music fans, but it also means that July is the sort of month where tough choices abound. On Saturday, July 5, for example, you could check out The Fresh & Onlys, whose House of Spirits shows the band continuing to [...]

Premiere: Listen to Travis Hayes’ newest single, “Follow Me Home”

Photo by Tyler Gourley Local Bay Area singer-songwriter Travis Hayes is ramping up for the release of his debut album, Young Daze, with a premiere today of the first single off of the album "Follow Me Home." Hayes, a veteran to the San Francisco Bay Area music scene, has worked with music festivals such as Noise Pop and Treasure Island Music Festival, as a talent buyer and a promoter. But after years of working within the industry, and helping other people work on their music, Hayes has now put his energy into his own album which is set to release July 7th. Here's a [...]

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Premiere: Travis Hayes' new single, "Warm Bodies"

San Francisco local singer-songwriter Travis Hayes has a brand new song, premiering right here. The self-released track, called “Warm Bodies” features vocals sung by both Hayes and Emily Whitehurst of the band Survival Guide. The pairing is clever. As typical of Hayes songwriting work, the vocals are definitely a stand out element of the song - the lyrics are heartfelt and deliberate, emphasized by the duo’s harmonization. The result is a little folk rock, with a touch of emo-rock nostalgia, and certainly something worth listening to more than once. If you’re in need of a song to curl up to [...]

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Rah Rah, San Francesca, Travis Hayes, and Ashley Allred playing Thee Parkside, 11/30/12

Canadian indie collective Rah Rah will be performing on Friday, November 30th at Thee Parkside in San Francisco with San Francesca, Travis Hayes, and Ashley Allred (of Odd Bird). Rah Rah is an alt-pop sextet from Regina, Saskatchewan. The band's third album, The Poet's Dead, was just released in October, and was recorded with illustrious indie-rock producers Gus Van Go and Werner F. The record features ten songs that capture the band members at the peak of their abilities. Members of the Rah Rah collective rotate taking the lead both in songwriting, and on stage. Erin Passmore and Jeff Romanyk [...]

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