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SF Police Recover Stolen Guitar Played By Former Red Hot Chili Peppers Band Member

Police have recovered a famed guitar that was stolen earlier this month from a San Francisco neighborhood, police said Friday.

08/28/2015

Steve Longo, member of an all-deaf rock group. (Photo credit: Mike Sugerman)

Hayward Musician Inspires As Guitarist For All-Deaf Rock Band

A man who was inspired by The Beatles as a kid did not let his deafness stop him from pursuing a career in music. Mike Sugerman reports in his About The Bay segment.

06/08/2015

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WATCH: SF State Student Builds Custom Guitars From Busted Skateboards

SF State Industrial Design student Nick Pourfard is only 23, but he’s already carving out his own niche in the world of custom instruments.

03/16/2015

(Photo Credit: Getty Images/Michael Buckner)

Green Day Singer Billie Joe Armstrong To Open Oakland Guitar Store

Following good news about the future of Oakland’s 1-2-3-4 Go! Vinyl Store franchise is even more great news: Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong is opening up a guitar store right across the street.

03/11/2015

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‘Finish Ticket’ Guitars Stolen In San Francisco

The Bay Area band had their gear stolen from their van, reports Live 105…

07/18/2014

Ian Anderson, flutist of the band Jethro Tull (credit: MARTIN OESER/AFP/Getty Images)

A Flute, A Saxophone or A Guitar? What’s The Sexiest Instrument To Play?

A new poll shows that 42% of Americans believe this decade has had the worst music…

04/08/2014

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Man Beaten With Guitar At North Concord/Martinez BART Station

Police are attempting to locate a suspect who beat a man with a guitar at the North Concord/Martinez BART station on Wednesday evening, a BART police lieutenant said.

01/24/2014

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Best Places For Guitar Lessons In San Francisco

Resolved to finally learn to play the guitar? Here’s some classes to get you started.

CBS San Francisco–01/14/2013

Study Finds Rock Music Makes Us Act Like Animals, Literally

Study Finds Rock Music Makes Us Act Like Animals, Literally

A study published in the Journal of Biology Letters, within UCLA’s Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, found that distorted, jarring music shares the same characteristics as distress calls in animals…

08/28/2012

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