B.B. King Considered Standing Ovation From Bunch Of ‘Hippies’ In San Francisco A Career Breakthrough
In an anecdote from his autobiography, the late blues legend wrote about being reluctant to play San Francisco’s Fillmore because he didn’t think hippies cared about the blues. They ended up loving him.
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Blues guitar legend B.B. King — who played with Eric Clapton and U2 — has been performing for several decades and shows no signs of stopping…
Pop singer Britney Spears performed three songs from her new album “Femme Fatale” at a free concert in San Francisco Sunday.
The sons of rock music impresario Bill Graham are suing the executor of the late promoter’s estate, saying he’s concealing memorabilia treasures from heirs in order to enrich himself.