Former Bauhaus Singer Kicks Off Long Delayed San Francisco ResidencyLegendary post-punk vocalist and one of the founders of the influential British band Bauhaus, Peter Murphy finally comes to San Francisco for his long awaited at the Chapel in the Mission District starting Friday night.
CBS SF Talks To NYC Bassist And Producer Bill LaswellCBS SF talks to prolific NYC bassist and producer Bill Laswell about his upcoming residency at the Chapel in San Francisco during the first week of February that presents an impressive array of his boundary-smashing ensembles.
Local Experimental Rock Greats Play Rare ShowCelebrated avant-rock band Oxbow plays it's first show in San Francisco in nearly three years when it plays songs from it's acclaimed latest album 'The Thin Black Duke' at the Chapel Tuesday night.
Iconic LA Bands From '60s Team Up At The ChapelTwo of the most influential rock band to emerge from Los Angeles during the 1960s share the stage at the Chapel in San Francisco Thursday when garage-punk pioneers the Seeds team with the final line-up of Love that backed late leader Arthur Lee up until his death in 2006.
Gritty Soul Singer Celebrates New Year At ChapelR&B veteran Lee Fields brings his backing band the Expressions to the Chapel in San Francisco's Mission District for two nights, culminating in one of the funkiest New Year's Eve parties happening in the Bay Area.
Northwestern Heavy Rockers Play The ChapelPopular Portland, OR-based quartet Red Fang returns to the Bay Area for this headlining show at the Chapel in San Francisco's Mission District Thursday night.
Local Hip-Hop Heroes Play The Chapel In SFOne of the most beloved duos of the Bay Area hip-hop underground, Blackalicious delivers cerebral, tongue-twisting rhymes and head-nodding beats to a hometown audience at the Chapel in San Francisco on Sunday.
Eclectic Rock Veterans Return To Bay AreaRollicking roots-rock band NRBQ brings electrifying stage show to the Chapel in San Francisco Friday night, performing their classic album 'All Hopped Up' in its entirety after a set by acclaimed local act Sweet Chariot.
Australian Post-Punks Bring First U.S. Tour To ChapelInfluential Aussie post-punk band the Scientists play their first-ever show in San Francisco at the Chapel Sunday night, sharing the stage with local noise-punk crew CCR Headcleaner and garage-psych favorite Ty Segall's new band, CIA.
CBS SF Talks To Trey Spruance Of Secret Chiefs 3CBS SF recently caught up with former Mr. Bungle guitarist and Secret Chiefs 3 leader Trey Spruance to discuss his band's upcoming performance as part of avant garde composer John Zorn's 65th birthday celebration at the Chapel this Sunday.
SF Club Hosts Birthday Residency For Avant-Garde GiantThe Chapel in San Francisco hosts a landmark four-night residency with legendary NYC saxophonist and composer John Zorn to celebrate his 65th birthday starting Saturday night.
The Chapel Adds New Show To Residency By Avant-Gardist John ZornThe Chapel in San Francisco on Thursday announced a seventh show to a series of concerts being held at the Mission District nightclub as part of a four-night residency with legendary NYC saxophonist and composer John Zorn.
German Experimental Rockers Return To The ChapelOne of the pioneering bands of the early '70s "krautrock" movement, experimental German outfit Faust comes to the Chapel Wednesday for a night of exploratory sounds.
NYC Experimentalists Team For Duo Concerts At The ChapelMaverick NYC saxophonist and composer John Zorn returns to San Francisco this weekend for two shows with fellow downtown scene fixture, prolific bassist and producer Bill Laswell, starting Friday.
Local Prog/Pop Mavericks Play Keeping Families Together Benefit In SFTaking their signature mix of progressive rock, knotty jazz fusion and pop into bold new territory, local favorites Once and Future Band headline a benefit concert for Keeping Families Together at the Chapel in San Francisco Thursday night.