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Here is some of resident photographer Louis Raphael's favorite music photography for Music in SF. His work has been prominently featured on SF Gate, KTVU, USA Today and many other national blogs and publications. Louis Raphael's full band photography portfolio can be found at here.

Seal Performs with the San Francisco Symphony Music in SF

Seal Leaves His Heart in San Francisco

In the end, you’d only need a couple of words to describe last night’s Seal performance with the San Francisco Symphony at Louise Davies Symphony Hall: Simply Unforgettable. The return of the singer, most famous for his song “Kiss from a Rose,” took to the stage early on a Thursday evening, with the style and… Keep Reading

Sammy Hagar Movie Premiere Mill Valley Music in SF

Sammy Hagar Premieres Bday Bash Movie in Mill Valley

Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer and epic partier Sammy Hagar premiered his movie Red Til I’m Dead: Sammy Hagar’s Rock-N-Roll Birthday Party last night at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, to a smaller audience that consisted mostly of friends and family. After a few opening words from the Red Rocker, the crowd was treated… Keep Reading

Chris Brown at the Masonic


Check out some of our best selections from Music in SF resident photographer Louis Raphael. This series of photos was taken all over the Bay Area while covering the San Francisco live music scene at venues like the Oracle Arena, the Regency Ballroom, Shoreline Amphitheater, Concord Pavilion, Slim’s, Rickshaw Stop, Warfield, Fillmore and many more. [envira-album… Keep Reading

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Outside Lands 2017: Day One Recap

Outside Lands kicked off today without a glitch. Well, for the most part. A Tribe Called Quest got rescheduled for tomorrow, which may have caused some heartache for single-ticket buyers looking to see the act, but overall the event was a big success. Highlights included a nostalgic performance by Dr. Octogon, a Bay Area legend that hasn’t… Keep Reading

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