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Music in SF™ provides interviews with some of the biggest names in the live music scene in San Francisco, the Bay Area and Beyond. Music in SF™ features interviews, Q&As and portraits with both Bay Area, San Francisco bands as well as National musical acts.


Q&A: Love Jerks

Today, San Francisco local band Love Jerks releases their debut song and video for Scary Things exclusively for Music in SF (see below). The band that arises from the ashes of Scissors for Lefty and Happy Fangs will be celebrating the release with a show at the Great American Music Hall on Feb. 24,  as… Keep Reading


Q&A: Vákoum

New York duo Vákoum will be hitting the West Coast this month supporting the The Album Leaf, with a stop at the Swedish American Music Hall on Feb. 23, as part of the epicness that is Noise Pop. While on tour, the duo will also be releasing a limited physical run of their debut EP, Home… Keep Reading

Faulkner - Music in SF

Q&A: Faulkner

Faulkner is set to release their debut LP Pariah at the end of this week. The album was recorded at Rick Rubin’s Shangri La and East-West studios, produced by RZA, JP Bowersock (The Strokes) and Mark Needham (The Killers). The band quickly made a name for itself when their unfinished demo NY Anthem landed in… Keep Reading

Brittain Ashford - Music in SF

Q&A: Brittain Ashford

Brittain Ashford, who recently starred alongside Josh Groban in the Broadway musical “The Great Comet”, which garnered 12 Tony nominations last year, is making her way to San Francisco this week. A singer-songwriter at heart Brittain’s recently embarked on a small tour throughout the west coast, doing her own music, and will stop by the… Keep Reading

Vonda Shepard

Q&A: Vonda Shepard

Vonda Shepard, the singer-songwriter most famous for playing herself in the hit show Ally McBeal, will perform at Feinstein’s At The Nikko on Friday, Feb. 2, at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 3, at 8:00 p.m., before she embarks on her 2018 European tour. Shepard will perform a variety of hits from her 14 albums,… Keep Reading

'Do U Want It?' movie

Q&A: Co-Director Sam Radutzky, ‘Do u Want It?’ (Movie)

Do U Want It?, a film that chronicles the rise of legendary New Orleans’ band Papa Grows Funk, is making its Bay Area premiere Feb. 2, at The Roxie as part of SF IndieFest. It follows the band as they embark on their farewell tour and seeks to answer the age-old question of what it… Keep Reading

Cloud Castle | Music in SF

Q&A: Cloud Castle Lake

Dublin four-piece Cloud Castle Lake has landed on the shores of North America and is set to perform at the Brick and Mortar next week for a show that you won’t want to miss. The band will be promoting their latest offering that includes the recently released single “Bonfire,” which the band’s singer said in a… Keep Reading

Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth of "American Folk"

Q&A: Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth of Movie ‘American Folk’

Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth are continuing their epic road trip and making a pit stop at the Independent in San Francisco at the end of this week. The two will be performing songs from the acclaimed indie film, American Folk, in which both musicians star. The show coincides with the release date for both… Keep Reading

Meow Meow at the San Francisco Symphony

Q&A: Meow Meow

Singer Melissa Madden Gray, better known by her stage name Meow Meow, will join Pink Martini founder and pianist Thomas M. Lauderdale in a rare duo performance at the Davies Symphony Hall on Saturday, Jan. 27. The program will feature Meow Meow’s eclectic mix of music, dance, and comedy, with Lauderdale accompanying her on piano,… Keep Reading

The Reverend Horton Heat - Music in SF

Q&A: Reverend Horton Heat

The Reverend Horton Heat, aka Jim Heath, has been touring with his trio bearing the same name for close to 30 years now. The band mixes a ton of different influences so it’s difficult to stick it into just one category, but many have called Heath, “the Godfather of modern rockabilly and psychobilly music.” Although,… Keep Reading

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