A planned free concert during San Francisco Pride Week by singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked – who stunned a San Francisco nightclub audience with a homophobic rant in March – has been canceled.
Just three months after singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked stunned a San Francisco nightclub audience with a homophobic rant – which included the statement “God hates fags” – she is returning to the city to perform during Pride Week at the invitation of a local newspaper publisher.
Alternative folk and rock singer Michelle Shocked is staging a sit-in outside one of several nightclubs that canceled her show after she made an anti-gay slur.
A Grammy-nominated folk singer who reportedly made anti-gay comments at a San Francisco concert venue on Sunday released a statement Wednesday proclaiming her support for the LGBT community.
Singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked lived up to her stage name over twhen she stunned a San Francisco audience by going on a homophobic rant during a concert that included the statement, “God hates…”
San Francisco has plenty of holiday happenings during the festive season, but there are a few concerts that are must see if you’re looking to fill your heart with Christmas glee, your soul with yuletide cheer and renew your spirit for the coming New Year.
Looking for a a performer who relies on group feedback and unpredictable improvisation to mimic sounds first displayed by jazz greats such as Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Sonny Rollins and Lester Young? There are a number of places to get your jazz hands clapping and your feet shimmying to the beat.
San Francisco is home to a thriving jazz and blues community. Whether you’re in the mood for a high-end date with some of the country’s best blues stars or the real thing in a neighborhood dive bar, these spots will lift your mood while bringing you the blues.
The local music scene has been buzzing as of late, but not necessarily because of the smooth sounds and rhythmic beats emanating from instruments and microphones.
After battling illness and homelessness, it just may be that rock ‘n roll legend Lester Chambers’ time has come – again.