German Guitar Hero Makes Overdue Return To San FranciscoHard-rock guitar giant Uli Jon Roth brings his current band to the Bay Area for two shows, playing selections from his 1970s tenure with German metal greats the Scorpions in Petaluma and San Francisco.
CBS SF Talks To ArnoCorps Singer Graf HolzfeuerGraf Holzfeuer, lead singer for Bay Area action-adventure rockers ArnoCorps, talks about his band's forthcoming recording 'The Unbelievable EP,' our new president and the group's upcoming concert at Slim's with Mac Sabbath on January 27.
New Found Glory Announce 20th Anniversary Tour With San Francisco StopThe dates will coincide with the release of their ninth studio album.
CBS SF Talks To Pere Ubu Singer David ThomasDavid Thomas, the singer for legendary "avant-garage" band Pere Ubu talks about the group's current "Coed Jail Tour" promoting their
CBS SF Talks To Red Fang Bassist Aaron BeamRed Fang bassist Aaron Beam talks about recording the band's latest album 'Only Ghosts' with producer Ross Robinson ahead of the show kicking of their upcoming tour at Slim's in San Francisco.
Pioneering NYC Punks Come To Slim'sBrilliantly trashy punk-rock veterans the Dictators NYC bring the band's West Coast Search and Destroy Tour to San Francisco Thursday night, sharing the stage with Canadian hardcore heroes D.O.A.
Punk Legend Brings West Coast Tour To Bay AreaLed by legendary hardcore singer Keith Morris, all-star punk quartet OFF! kicks off their West Coast tour in the Bay Area with two shows at Slim's and the Ritz starting Wednesday night.
CBS SF Talks To People's Blues Of RichmondVirginia-based garage-psych power trio People's Blues of Richmond recently spoke to CBS SF about life on the road, the band's unique chemistry and their latest album ahead of two Bay Area dates in Santa Cruz and SF.
Best Folk Music Venues In The Bay AreaStorytelling folk music and the San Francisco Bay Area have an intimate shared history since the bi-coastal folk music revival in the late 1950 and early 1960s. The category "folk" was introduced to the Grammy Awards in 1958. A massive shift followed with the British invasion, and in 1967, the psychedelic Summer of Love. Take yourself back more than 50 years to the gentle strains of acoustic guitar when and where you can find it in the Bay Area.
Afro-Pop Pioneer Brings Rare Tour To Slim's
Reunited Blues-Punk Noisemakers Come To SFOne of the more beloved NYC noise-punk bands of the '90s returns to the stage when husband/wife team of Jon Spencer and Cristina Martinez bring Boss Hog to Slim's on Thursday armed with the band's first new songs in 16 years.
CBS SF Talks To Mac Sabbath Manager Mike OddMac Sabbath manager Mike Odd talks about the band's surreal collision of fast-food iconography and classic Black Sabbath songs ahead of their three Bay Area shows this weekend culminating with a Sunday concert at Slim's.