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CBS SF Talks To Judas Priest Bassist Ian HillJudas Priest bass player and founding member Ian Hill talks to CBS SF about the band's blazing new album 'Firepower' and guitarist Glenn Tipton scaling back his touring role after the announcement he has Parkinson's Disease.
British Metal Heroes Saxon Headline Cornerstone In BerkeleyU.K. metal veterans Saxon come to the East Bay Wednesday night to headline a show at the intimate Cornerstone in Berkeley along with local talents the Butlers and the Watchers.
Synth-Driven Post-Punk Act Plays Homecoming Show In SFAcclaimed post-punk outfit The Soft Moon led by former Bay Area resident Luis Vasquez brings its droning, synth-powered sounds back home for this show at the Independent Wednesday.
CBS SF Talks To Slovenly Records Founder Pete "Sticker Guy" MenchettiOwner of Sticker Guy and Slovenly Recordings and longtime Reno garage-punk scene fixture Pete Menchetti talks to CBS SF about his DIY business ventures and the upcoming Debauch-a-Reno #3 festival with the Mummies, Oblivions, the Spits and many more.
Local All-Star Orchestra Creates Soundtracks For 'Oddball' FilmsVeteran bandleader and keyboard/trumpet player Marc Capelle brings his Red Room Orchestra to the Castro Theatre Monday night to provide a live score for a collection of "oddball" shorts for a special SF Film Festival program.
Japanese Psych Powerhouse Returns To San FranciscoDealing out mind-altering sounds for over two decades, Japanese experimental rock outfit Acid Mothers Temple brings its other worldly live show to the Chapel in San Francisco Sunday night.
Bass Maestro Holds Forth At SFJAZZ CenterOne of the most important musicians to emerge from the British jazz scene during the 1960s, legendary bassist Dave Holland comes to the SFJAZZ Center for four nights of music starting Thursday.
Kinetic Jazz Trio Returns To Great American Music HallAdventurous jazz trio Moon Hooch brings it's organic style of electronic dance music back to San Francisco for this headlining show at the Great American Music Hall Saturday night.
Local Avant-Rock Singer Teams With Saxophone IconoclastFaith No More/Mr. Bungle singer and man of a thousand voices Mike Patton takes the stage at the Chapel this Sunday for a sold-out night of music with longtime collaborator, maverick NYC saxophonist and composer John Zorn.
Noise-Rock Hero Plays Homecoming Bay Area ShowsFormer East Bay resident and noted purveyor of noise rock Conan Neutron brings his current tour backed by his Secret Friends to the Bay Area for a pair of homecoming shows this weekend in SF and Oakland.
Alt-Country Maverick Comes To The Chapel In San FranciscoEclectic alt-country songwriter Jim White brings his current tour promoting his latest oddly titled effort Waffles, Triangles & Jesus to the Chapel in San Francisco Friday night.
Renowned Jazz-Funk Band Grooves At Great AmericanOne of the seminal modern jazz-funk bands to emerge during the early '90s "rare groove" revival, fiery quintet the Greyboy Allstars bring their potent grooves to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco for two nights starting Thursday.

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