Jimmy Cobb, Last Surviving Musician On Miles Davis Jazz Classic 'Kind Of Blue' Dies, At 91Jimmy Cobb, a percussionist and the last surviving member of Miles Davis’ 1959 “Kind of Blue” groundbreaking jazz album which transformed the genre and sparked several careers, died Sunday.
Apple Buys NextVR Which Broadcasts Sports, Music In Virtual RealityNews that Apple bought virtual-reality streaming sports company NextVR is the latest sign the Cupertino tech giant is closer to revealing a much-rumored augmented reality and VR headset.
D-Nice Teams Up With Houseparty To DJ A Huge Virtual Prom Party For Class Of 2020As if D-Nice hasn’t already done his share to make this COVID-19 lockdown bearable with Club Quarantine on Instagram, now he’s teaming up with San Francisco-based app Houseparty to spin what may be the biggest prom night party ever for the Class of 2020
Don't Miss Grammy Award-Winning Violinist Madds Tolling At Yoshi'sGrammy Award-winning violinist Madds Tolling stopped by the studio to talk with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about his upcoming gig at Yoshi's. As a special treat, Madds performed live.
Violins Of Hope Tour Showcases Historic Instruments Played During The HolocaustProducer Patricia Kristof Moy talks to Michelle Griego about 'Violins of Hope,' a powerful show touring San Francisco showcasing a collection of violins from the Holocaust.
Meet Actor Monique Hafen Adams, Star Of San Jose Stage Company's 'Chicago'Actor Monique Hafen Adams talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about her starring role as 'Roxy Hart' in San Jose Stage Company's production of the Tony-Award winning musical, 'Chicago.'
Filmmaker Cali Gilbert Talks About Her Award-Winning Film 'Invisible'Award winning filmmaker Cali Gilbert talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about her new film, "Invisible," winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival.
Check Out The Amazing Talent Of 19-Year-Old R&B Singer/Dancer Isaac BrownNineteen-year-old singer/dancer/actor Isaac Brown is just off the heels of his performance in Oakland. He talks about his career, his influences, his style, and does an amazing 'a capella' performance of the classic, 'Unchained Melody.'
Coronavirus Impact: San Francisco Symphony Cancels Concerts; Employees, Musicians Take 25 Percent PaycutThe San Francisco Symphony announced Wednesday the cancellation of all remaining concerts in the 2019–20 season and also its summer series in the wake of the continuing coronavirus outbreak.
Netflix Picks Up 16 Million Global Subscribers During Coronavirus PandemicNetflix picked up nearly 16 million global subscribers during the first three months of the year, helping cement its status as one of the world’s most essential services in times of isolation or crisis.
After All The Hype, Hilarious Memes, Babyface And Teddy Riley Press 'Reset' On Beat Battle That Broke IGAfter a weekend of hype and hilarious memes that nearly broke IG -- #babyfacevsteddyriley if you’ve been on another planet – the legendary Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds and Teddy Riley are set for a rematch of their Instagram Live faceoff.
Coronvirus Update: San Jose Summer Fest Cancelled Over Coronavirus FearsJoining a growing litany of annual events to be cancelled in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, organizers announced Thursday they will not be holding the annual San Jose Jazz Summer Fest this year.
San Francisco Opera Cancels 2020 Summer Season Due To COVID-19 PandemicDue to the shelter in place order, performances from June 7 through July 3 at the War Memorial Opera House, are canceled, according to a statement. on Tuesday.
SF Dance Company Performs At Home To Raise Money For SFUSD Students, Families In NeedBay Area arts organizations have gone dark since the COVID-19 shelter in place, but their creativity is shining bright. World-renowned dance company Robert Moses Kin has created a powerful online performance from their homes, to help students and families in need during the shelter in place.
SF’s Annual LBGTQ+ Frameline Film Festival Postponed Until FallFrameline, one of the world's most highly regarded LGBTQ+ film festivals, announced Tuesday that it is postponing its 44th San Francisco Bay Area program originally set for mid-to-late June.