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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: Audra McDonald Set to Perform with the San Francisco Symphony

The New York Times calls Audra McDonald a “one-of-a-kind musical super-talent.” She’s won a record-breaking six Tony Awards, two Grammy Awards, and an Emmy Award, making her the most decorated performer in American theater. Audra is set to perform with the SF Symphony this coming Friday, May 18, in a one-night-only performance, presenting renditions of Broadway… Keep Reading



For Bay Area musician LIVVIA, balancing both a rigorous academic schedule at UC Berkeley and a blooming music career in LA can be a little hectic at times. But according to her, she wouldn’t have it any other way. “I love both sides of my life so I don’t mind the weekly travel back and… Keep Reading


Q&A: Yvette Nacer

Nickelodeon’s Yvette Nacer just released her newest single and music video for “Who We Were Before.” Best known for her role as Kiki in The Emmy-Winning Series The Fresh Beat Band and for her role as Cha Cha in FOX’s Grease: Live, Nacer actually started out in the music industry. In fact, throughout her career… Keep Reading

Vance Joy

Q&A: Vance Joy

Multi-platinum Australian singer/songwriter Vance Joy will bring his Nation of Two worldwide headline tour to the Greek Theatre tonight. Released earlier this year, his sophomore album Nation of Two debuted at #5 on the Billboard charts and was met with wide critical acclaim. The tour will hit most major U.S. cities and will see Joy… Keep Reading


Q&A: Gene Evaro Jr.

Groove Soul artist Gene Evaro Jr.’s signature brand of folk electro-funk is making its way to Slim’s in a few days. The show is just days after the release of his third LP Like it’s 1965, which sees him blending Paul Simon folk songs with some deep funk from bands like Sly & The Family Stone. We wanted… Keep Reading


Q&A: Billy Howerdel of A Perfect Circle

A Perfect Circle,  the rock supergroup formed in 1999 by guitarist Billy Howerdel and Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan, is set to play the Event Center in San Jose next week. The band will be promoting their first new album in 14 years entitled, Eat The Elephant, which is set to drop on April 20. We wanted to… Keep Reading


Q&A: Jena Rose

Jena Rose, the rising pop star most famous for her current single “Sweet Love,” which quickly rose up the Billboard Club Charts, peaking at an impressive #18, is making her way to The Regency Ballroom on April 4. The song is off of her first album slated for release later this month. About Jena The… Keep Reading


Q&A: Mt. Joy

Mt. Joy, the band that “could be your new folk-rock heroes” according to Rolling Stone magazine, is headed to the Cafe Du Nord on Tuesday, April 3. To get a feel for what their live show is like check out their TV debut on Conan HERE. Earlier this month, the group released their self-titled debut… Keep Reading


Q&A: The Navettes

Manchester band The Navettes have recently released their single for “SLOW” a track that’s already making some buzz on the English airwaves. Having played in some of Manchester’s most acclaimed venues such as Club Academy, Soundcontrol, Gorilla and the O2 Ritz, this band is on the rise. We wanted to learn more about these British… Keep Reading

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