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Metallica Plays Surprise Show at the Independent in San FranciscoOne of the biggest acts in rock music proved it could still spring a surprise on fans Thursday when Metallica quickly sold out intimate San Francisco club the Independent hours before the band's first live performance with an audience in nearly two years.
Liam's List Sept 17: Giants, Emmys, Mare Island FestKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
State Health Department Partners with Tyler Perry for PSA SeriesThe California Department of Public Health is launching a series of public education videos in partnership with actor, director and producer Tyler Perry in an effort to encourage state residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID: Chase Center Hosts First Sold-Out Post-Pandemic Concert With Tame ImpalaThousands of people are expected to attend Wednesday night's Tame Impala concert at the Chase Center in San Francisco, but they will need more than a ticket to get inside.
Thee Parkside Hosts Benefit for Exodus Drummer Tom HuntingA trio of top-flight Bay Area metal bands team up for a good cause Saturday when Thee Parkside holds a benefit to help legendary Exodus drummer Tom Hunting with his battle against stomach cancer.
Legendary Comedian Norm Macdonald Dies At 61 Legendary comedian, actor and writer Norm Macdonald has passed away at the age of 61.
Mick Brigden, Tour Manager for Rolling Stones, Dies in Accident at Santa Rosa HomeMick Brigden, who managed guitarist Joe Satriani and directed tours for The Rolling Stones and other major artists, died last week after an accident at his Santa Rosa home.
Stoner Rock Greats Nebula Help Bottom Of The Hill Mark 30 Years of MusicOne of the early exponents of stoner rock returns to the Bottom of the Hill Saturday when SoCal greats Nebula are joined by beloved local heavyweights Hot Lunch and rising Oakland hard-rock favorites Psychic Hit to help the venerable venue celebrate it's 30th anniversary.
California Passes Strict Recycling Rules Limiting What Can Be Labeled As RecyclableCalifornia lawmakers have approved what advocacy groups say are the nation’s strongest protections against falsely labeling items as recyclable when they in fact are destined for landfills.