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Local Thrash-Metal Heroes Death Angel Headline Great AmericanSan Francisco thrash-metal heroes Death Angel play their first local headlining show in ages when the band hits the stage at the Great American Music Hall Saturday.
POSTPONED: Psychedelic Hard-Rock Power Trio Fuzz Lands at Great AmericanOne of the most gifted songwriters and musicians to emerge from the San Francisco garage-rock scene during the late 2000s, Ty Segall brings his side-project Fuzz to the Great American Music Hall for two nights starting Tuesday.
Post-Hardcore Heroes Play New Tunes at Great American Music HallOne of the most influential bands to emerge from the New York scene during the 1990s, reunited post-hardcore greats Quicksand bring music from their latest album 'Distant Populations' to the Great American Friday night.
Renowned Jazz-Funk Band Plays Bay Area Noise Pop ShowsOne of the seminal modern jazz-funk bands to emerge during the early '90s "rare groove" revival, fiery quintet the Greyboy Allstars bring their potent grooves to the Bay Area for a pair of Noise Pop Festival shows starting Thursday.
Legendary British Hard Rock Band Brings Farewell Tour To Great AmericanVeteran British hard rock band UFO brings their 50th anniversary 'Last Orders' tour marking their final U.S. jaunt with lead singer Phil Mogg to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco Wednesday.
Doom Metal Outfit Plays Rare San Francisco Show At Great AmericanReconstituted European doom band Lucifer featuring singer Johanna Sadonis and Swedish rock virtuoso Nicke Andersson (Hellacopters, Entombed) plays the Great American Saturday with rising Fresno metal outfit Haunt.
CBS SF Talks To Flipper Drummer Steve DePaceCBS SF recently spoke with Flipper drummer Steve DePace about the legendary San Francisco punk band's current tour celebrating its 40th anniversary that comes to the Great American Music Hall Saturday night.
Northwestern Heavyweights Land At Great AmericanTwo of the leading lights of the Northwestern heavy underground scene bring their joint tour to San Francisco Tuesday when Earth and Helms Alee play the Great American Music Hall.
Punk Bands Take Over Great American Music HallA line-up of influential punk outfits that have made a lasting impact on the scene comes the Great American Music Hall Sunday night when T.S.O.L. tops a bill of classic bands including SF icons the Avengers and M.D.C, the Lewd and Kicker.
SoCal Stoner-Rock Pioneers Return To San FranciscoOne of the veteran bands responsible for the rise of stoner rock during the '90s, SoCal favorites Fu Manchu come to the Great American Music Hall Tuesday night with support from special guests Mos Generator.
CBS SF Talks To Mike Odd, Manager Of Mac SabbathMac Sabbath manager Mike Odd talks about the band's surreal collision of fast-food iconography and classic Black Sabbath songs ahead of their special Halloween show at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Unhinged Garage Rocker Fronts Psychedelic Soul Band In SFOne of the leading lights of modern garage rock, singer and guitarist King Khan brings his electrifying psychedelic soul revue the Shrines to the Great American Music Hall Wednesday night.
Corrosive Post-Punk Band Plays Rare SF ShowsNoted guitarist and recording engineer Steve Albini brings his explosive post-punk trio Shellac to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco for two night starting Wednesday.
Heavyweight Japanese Trio Returns To Bay AreaDelivering its unique brand of heavy music for more than a quarter century, experimental Japanese trio Boris brings tunes from the band's forthcoming new double album to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco Thursday night.