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Bay Area Music Icon Carlos Santana Undergoes Heart Procedure; Cancels December ShowsAfter suffering a weekend health scare, San Francisco native and Bay Area music icon Carlos Santana has successfully undergone a heart procedure and is canceling several Las Vegas shows planned for December.
SF Conservatory Of Music Hosts Grammy Awards Listening Session In New FacilityWith the 64th Annual Grammy Awards coming up in January, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music recently hosted a listening event for the Recording Academy in their brand-new music studio. 
'Video Music Box' Founder, Hip Hop Influencer Ralph McDaniels Shares His Journey In New Showtime Documentary: 'This Music Is Really Powerful'Showtime documentary 'You're Watching Video Music Box' chronicles the evolution of founder Ralph McDaniel's life and career and the atomic impact his show Video Music Box made on American culture.
Make-Out Room Hosts Benefit for Injured Drummer Ricky Wayne GarrettA group of Bay Area musicians bands together at the Make-Out Room in San Francisco's Mission District Thursday to help injured drummer Ricky Wayne Garrett.
Stephen Sondheim, Musical Theater Legend, Dead at 91Composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim, a legend in American musical theater, has died, his representative confirmed to CBS News. He was 91.
On-Duty Fire Crews Celebrate Thanksgiving With Their Work FamiliesThousands of first responders were working on Thanksgiving Day, spending the holiday away from their families but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t time to celebrate.
South Bay Families Welcome Return of In-Home Thanksgiving GatheringsFamilies across the country are grateful to be able to gather in person on Thanksgiving for the first time since the pandemic began.
Costumed Thrash-Metal Favorites Ghoul Headline Great American FridayThe Bay Area's own thrash-metal equivalent of Gwar, long-running bloody hooded cannibal rockers Ghoul bring their theatrical shenanigans to the Great American Music Hall on Friday for this show featuring Deathgrave, Captured! By Robots and Mutilated Tongue.
Experimental Punk Artists Team for Show at Great American Music HallA noted noise-punk pioneer and writer returns to the Bay Area with her latest music project when the Lydia Lunch Retrovirus joins celebrated local avant-rock band Oxbow and explosive punk power trio Victims Family at the Great American Music Hall Saturday night.