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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: British singer-songwriter Craig David

Craig David, the legendary British singer-songwriter, is embarking on his 7 Days Commitment Tour this spring. As his first US tour with a live band in nearly two decades, this 7-day exclusive will hit major cities across the U.S. and Canada with a stop at the Masonic in San Francisco on May 6.  We caught up with Craig… Keep Reading


Q&A: John Ondrasik (Five for Fighting)

John Ondrasik, the Grammy® nominated singer/songwriter of Five for Fighting, is embarking on a national U.S. tour, including a performance at The Carriage House Theater at Montalvo Arts Center on April 24. Fans can expect an unforgettable evening filled with his chart-topping hits like “Superman (It’s Not Easy)” and “100 Years,” backed by a string… Keep Reading


Q&A: Dan Wilson of Semisonic

Semisonic fans get ready as Grammy-award-winning musician Dan Wilson is set to headline the 15th annual “Notes & Words” benefit at Oakland’s iconic Fox Theater on Saturday, May 11, 2024. Joining him on stage are literary luminaries like Nicholas D. Kristof and rising literary star C Pam Zhang, whose words are sure to enchant and… Keep Reading

Tony! Toni! Toné
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Q&A: D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony! Toni! Toné!

There have been talks of a Tony! reunion for years. What made you say now’s the time?Timing is everything. Everything happens at the right time. We have experienced a lot. We have grown a lot. We have had experiences and successes with our other passions such as scoring, producing, and developing young emerging artists. We… Keep Reading

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Q&A: Kat Von D

Renowned artist Kat Von D, celebrated for her tattoos, beauty empire, and music career, is back setting the stage on fire with an exhilarating new single “Vampire Love.” Collaborating with industry icons Shep Solomon and Fernando Garibay, her new goth-disco banger explores the eternal quest for love, brought to life in a spellbinding Halloween-themed music… Keep Reading


Q&A: UFN (Until Further Notice)

How did you come up with the name of the band?We had hoped that we could use the name to create statements about our current mood or ideas. With our upcoming album, we feel that there’s a deeper story behind saying, “This is Temporary-Until Further Notice” etc. We also love the acronym name. How would… Keep Reading


Q&A: Jared Harper

How would you describe your sound?My signature sound is one that transpires from the influence of The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis, The Beatles, and John Mayer. It is a little bit Indie-Rock mixed with Pop-Rock. It’s a silky-smooth husky voice layered over a fresh yet familiar sound. When did you first become interested in playing… Keep Reading

Q&As/SF Local Bands

Local Artist Spotlight: TREASVRE

How did you come up with the name of the band?We wanted something simple, memorable, poignant but unique. How would you describe your sound?Atmospheric rock. It’s a little postrock, a little shoegaze, with prog rock and electronic influences. We draw from a wide swath of musical styles for inspiration, so it’s hard to pin us… Keep Reading


Q&A: The Quilters

How did you come up with the name of the band?Our drummer’s dad, Joe Cunningham, is a world-renowned quilter. We also liked the retro way band names with “The _____ers” sound. Also, capital Qs look really good written out! How would you describe your sound?We identify as “West Coast Americana”, although that may not be… Keep Reading

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