Legendary Los Angeles Punk Quartet X Headlines Stern GroveOne of the most important bands to emerge from Los Angeles since the late 1970s returns to San Francisco to headline Stern Grove Sunday when pioneering punk outfit X shares the stage with SF contemporaries the Avengers.
Southern Soul Band Brings Gospel-Tinged Sounds to Stern GroveBirmingham, Alabama-based soul powerhouse St. Paul and the Broken Bones bring their transcendent, gospel-tinged stage show to the Stern Grove Festival in San Francisco Sunday.
Local All-Star Soul Revue Plays Rare Show at Make-Out RoomA stripped-down quintet version San Francisco's all-star R&B revue Marc & the Casuals take the stage at the Make-Out Room in the Mission for three sets early Sunday evening.
Local Latin Percussion Legend Reopens Main Stage at Yoshi's in OaklandOnetime member of Santana and a veteran band leader, local Latin percussion giant Pete Escovedo performs three nights at Yoshi's in Oakland with his current band starting Friday.
All-Star Hard Rock Cover Band Headlines Retro JunkieBrought together by a love for hard-rock hits, the all-star local covers outfit the Butlers delivers an array of radio staples and album cuts from bands like Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Queen and more at Retro Junkie in Walnut Creek Saturday night.
Funky Saxophonist Karl Denson Plays 3 Shows in Wine CountryOne of the most popular jazz-funk bands to regularly visit the Bay Area, saxophonist Karl Denson and his Tiny Universe bring potent grooves to the Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena for three shows starting Friday evening.
San Francisco Mission Nightclub Adapts to Social Distancing RulesA music venue in San Francisco’s Mission District tried something new Thursday night, presenting live concerts with an unusual multimedia twist in order to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Fund To Help Save Music and Entertainment VenuesThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed Supervisor Matt Haney's legislation to create a fund to support the city's music and entertainment venues, city officials announced.
Prolific SF Singer/Songwriter Celebrates New Album At the ChapelVeteran Bay Area Kelley Stoltz celebrates the release of his latest effort 'Ah! (etc)' with two special dinner shows at the Chapel in San Francisco Thursday.
CBS SF Talks To Guitarist Jean Fossat Of French Psych Band SliftJean Fossat, the guitarist for acclaimed French psychedelic power trio Slift, recently answered a series of questions via email about the band and its celebrated album 'Ummon' that was released early last year.
San Francisco's Light Rail Studios Hosts Virtual Holiday Benefit For Local Music VenuesLight Rail Studio in San Francisco on Saturday will host it's second fundraising "webathon" of the pandemic to help save some of the city's financially struggling live music venues amid the COVID-19 shutdown.
The Chapel Hosts Fundraising Streaming Event Featuring Red Room OrchestraPopular Mission District club the Chapel on Saturday hosts a fund-raising streaming event that will broadcast the venue's first socially distanced concert on its new outdoor stage from back in August featuring the Red Room Orchestra.
Commercial Dungeness Crab Season On Hold While Wildlife Officials Watch Winter Whale MigrationCalifornia has delayed the commercial crab season until December 16, hoping the migrating whales will move down the coast to their winter calving grounds in Mexico.
Popular San Francisco Restaurant Town Hall Set To Reopen For Outdoor DiningSan Francisco dining institution Town Hall is preparing to reopen for takeout, delivery and outdoor dining for the first time since the March 16 COVID-19 shelter-in-place order was issued.
One Of SF's Oldest Eateries Rolls Out At-Home Crab Kits For Labor Day WeekendSan Francisco's oldest continuously operating business, Boudin Bakery, is offering at-home Dungeness crab feasts just in time for Labor Day weekend.