A look at five of the best small best venues for locals bands in San Francisco, including two of the world’s most famous spots for live music.
Rumors had already been flying that the legendary Bay Area band would be playing the San Francisco area on their tour.
Whereabouts Of Jerry Garcia’s Lost Music Still A Mystery 30 Years Later, SFPD Says They Don’t Have It
Thirty years after Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead was arrested in Golden Gate Park, the mystery continues. The story involves music, drugs, and a briefcase, allegedly seized by the San Francisco police.
After fans of the Grateful Dead quickly snapped up tickets for this summer’s “Fare Thee Well” concerts in Chicago, the surviving members of the band could be looking at performing for Deadheads in the Bay Area.
Incredible Demand For Grateful Dead Farewell Tickets, 60,000 Requests Mailed To Stinson Beach Address
For an American institution that loved to keep things loose and easy, saying goodbye to the Grateful Dead is proving to be very hard work, and it all started when the promoters went old school.
The coach is ready to leave the baseball grind and play a little more music…
The acclaimed director is teaming up w/ noted documentarian Amir Bar-Lev to mark a half-century since the group first formed…
If you’ve watched the national broadcast of the last few San Francisco Giants home playoff games you know that former Journey frontman Steve Perry does a darn fine lipsync of his own song ‘Don’t Stop Belevin.'” While the journey tune may fire up the fans at AT&T, the Giants are hardly a one-note team. Here’s a look at Perry’s act and several of the other big name artists the Giants have turned to for musical inspiration.
Five of the most legendary concert venues in America are the Apollo Theater, the Fillmore, the Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden and Ryman Auditorium.
This list includes five of the best rock ‘n roll cities in America, with honorable mentions to the cities of Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Seattle.