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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.

The Victor Wooten Trio

Q&A: Legendary Bassist Victor Wooten

Bassist extraordinaire and founding member of Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, Victor Wooten is set to play the Regency Ballroom this coming Friday, Jan. 12. The five-time Grammy award-winning bass player and producer is touring in support of his newly released, TRYPNOTYX, which is his 10th solo album and first in five years. Produced by Wooten,… Keep Reading

ROZES Music in SF


Rozes first got a taste of fame when she collaborated with The Chainsmokers on “Roses.” The song became a huge viral sensation climbing its way up to number six on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Yet Somehow the young and talented singer with over half-a-billion streams to date still manages to keep that level of… Keep Reading

Method Man at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco

Method Man and Redman Bring Old School Hip Hop to San Francisco

There’s an eternal quality to innovative music. You can’t always put your finger on it, but for some reason, it crosses generations and becomes ingrained in pop music culture forever. Old school hip hop is like that. No matter how many different reincarnations of the genre there have been, the originators always seem to draw… Keep Reading

The Overcoats announce north american tour

Q&A: Overcoats

Overcoats, an electronic music duo that’s been said to draw its strength from vulnerability, finding light through darkness, and the catharsis of simple, honest songwriting, is making its way to the Independent in San Francisco on Dec. 9. The band comprised of JJ Mitchell and Hana Elion has been riding high on the success of… Keep Reading


Q&A: Amplify Her (MOVIE)

Amplify Her, a west-coast directed documentary film, graphic novel, and animated motion comic series, is coming to The Castro Theatre on Nov. 16. The documentary film, graphic novel and animated motion comic series explores the rise of female artists in the electronic music scene. Imagined and brought to life by more than 21 female creators across… Keep Reading

Alexa Villa

Q&A: Alexa Villa

Alexa Villa began her music career very early on in life. At the age 7 to be exact. But there was never that “Aha!” moment that this is what she wanted to do with her life. “It just always felt right to play music,” she said. “I feel the most like myself when I’m behind… Keep Reading

nakho bear

Q&A: Nahko Bear

Nahko and Medicine for the People are making their way to San Francisco with a show at The Independent on Nov. 9th. They’re currently on tour in support of Nahko’s debut solo album, My Name is Bear, which was just recently released on Oct. 20. Nahko also released the first music video from the upcoming… Keep Reading

Sascha Konietzko from KMFDM

KMFDM Destroys the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco

KMFDM came to town last night and brought their iconic brand of Industrial Rock to a crowd full of screaming fans that have loyally followed this band for almost three decades now. The band that began in 1984 has consistently released an album followed with a tour year after year. Keeping true to their legacy… Keep Reading

Bebe Rexha and Marc E. Bassy

Q&A: Marc E. Bassy

Bay Area singer-songwriter, Marc E. Bassy, just released his debut album Gossip Columns, which features cameos from big names like Kehlani, KYLE, YG, Bobby Brackins, Hailee Steinfeld, Thundercat and G-EAZY (including their platinum-certified song “You and Me”). About the new release, Marc said, “I chose this album title because these tracks are essentially sensationalized stories… Keep Reading

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