SF Bay Area Music Scene

Love Revisited Makes Triumphant Return to the ChapelA living tribute to the most influential rock band to emerge from Los Angeles during the 1960s and its leader Arthur Lee, Love Revisited with original founding guitarist Johnny Echols headlines the Chapel in San Francisco Friday.
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.
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.
Bottom of the Hill Hosts Midweek Psych Summit with King BuffaloNew York-based heavy psych power trio King Buffalo plays songs from their latest ambitious album 'The Burden of Restlessness' when it headlines the Bottom of the Hill Wednesday with local favorites the Spiral Electric and Moral High Horses.
Garage-Rock Heroes Play SF Homecoming Shows at the ChapelFormer San Francisco garage-rock institution John Dwyer returns to his onetime hometown to play two sold-out shows at the Chapel with his sonic juggernaut Osees starting Tuesday night.
BottleRock Napa Valley Brings Music, Gourmet Food and Wine Back to North BayThe eighth edition of BottleRock Napa Valley brings three days of music, gourmet food and regional wines to the North Bay this Labor Day weekend with a huge line-up of acts including headliners the Highwomen, Guns n' Roses and the Foo Fighters.
Reunited Power Trio Rocks San Francisco's Make-Out RoomOne of San Francisco's most beloved underground hard-rock outfits of the 1990s, raw and raucous power trio Mensclub reunites for a rare live show over two decades after their heyday at the Make-Out Room Saturday night.
Stern Grove Closes Season With Oakland Legends Tower of Power, Too $hortDue to flooding damage from a water main break earlier this week, the Stern Grove Festival has been forced to cancel Sunday's scheduled concert with Tower of Power and Too $hort.
CBS SF Talks to Dirty Honey Singer Marc LaBelleDirty Honey singer Mark LaBelle recently spoke with CBS SF about the band's new album and their current tour opening for the Black Crowes that plays two Bay Area dates this weekend.

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Liam's List Sept 24: Dear Evan Hansen, Filipino Foodie Heaven & Mexican Heritage ArtKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
Legendary Filmmaker, Playwright, Musician Melvin Van Peebles Dies, At 89Melvin Van Peebles, the groundbreaking filmmaker, playwright and musician whose work ushered in the “blaxploitation” wave of the 1970s and influenced filmmakers long after, has died. He was 89.
Grilling Tips From Chef Darryl Bell, Owner Of Stateline Road 816 BBQ SauceChef de Cuisine Darryl Bell of Press Restaurant in Napa shares grilling tips and the story behind his Stateline Road 816 BBQ Sauce at a backyard cookout with BAF producer Jan Mabry.
Professional Matchmaker Lisa Sisemore From 'It's Just Lunch' Shares Dating Tips'It's Just Lunch' matchmaker Lisa Sisemore talks to BAF host Len Kiese about the joys and challenges of finding that 'special' someone and addresses many of the complications posed by Covid.
Post-Punk Band Delivers Gospel-Tinged Fury at SF's Rickshaw StopPolitically charged Atlanta-based post-punk band Algiers delivers dark, gospel-influenced tunes from the crew's latest Matador Records release 'There Is No Year' when it headlines the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco Monday night.
Love Revisited Makes Triumphant Return to the ChapelA living tribute to the most influential rock band to emerge from Los Angeles during the 1960s and its leader Arthur Lee, Love Revisited with original founding guitarist Johnny Echols headlines the Chapel in San Francisco Friday.
Stanford Infectious Disease Expert Sets Record Straight on Nicki Minaj's COVID Vaccination TweetsStanford Infectious Disease expert Dr. Anne Liu has been in the trenches, battling the COVID-19 pandemic since its earliest days. She's seen patients die and has grown weary of celebrities like rapper Micki Minaj spreading unsubstantiated rumors about the dangers of vaccinations.
Emmy Awards: 'The Crown' Dominates with Seven WinsActor and comedian Cedric the Entertainer hosted the 73rd Emmy Awards ceremony in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, making him only the second solo Black host in the event's history.
San Francisco's First Upscale Filipino Restaurant 'Abaca' Opens To Great FanfareA highly anticipated Filipino restaurant -- Abaca -- has debuted in San Francisco -- filling a great void in the Bay Area food scene.