Category archive

Q&As - page 9

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.

Scarlet Sails | Music in SF

Q&A: Scarlet Sails

Brian and Olya Viglione’s pop-noir outfit Scarlet Sails is set to make an appearance in San Francisco at the Hemlock Tavern on Aug. 1. They’ll be supporting their debut album, “Future From The Past,” an album that was entirely funded on Kickstarter. In anticipation of their Bay Area performance they agreed to answer a few questions for… Keep Reading

Tei Shi

Q&A: Tei Shi

Tei Shi is the moniker of Valerie Teicher, an NYC-based artist who grew up in Bogota, Colombia. Following a string of performances with MØ — including a killer show at The Warfield in San Francisco — the sultry siren released her eagerly anticipated full-length Crawl Space last month to rave reviews. About Tei Shi the New Yorker… Keep Reading

Taylor Grey | Music in SF

Q&A: Local Rising Star Taylor Grey

Rising local Bay Area pop singer Taylor Grey recently released her debut album “Space Case”, which was produced by award-winner Josh Abraham (Justin Bieber, P!nk, Kelly Clarkson). About the singer, Abraham called her “a gifted singer/songwriter with an extraordinary vocal range.” At just 19, Grey is set to hit the road to promote the new… Keep Reading

ZZ Ward | Music in SF

Q&A: ZZ Ward Speaks with Music in SF

It’s always exciting when you come across a musician that is breaking new ground and creating a fresh and unique sound. LA-based ZZ Ward is one of those artists and is currently making waves in the industry by blending Blues and Rap to fuel some impressive songwriting. Ward is dropping a new album on June… Keep Reading

Leslie Mendelson - Photo Courtesy of Calobro Music Media

Q&A: Leslie Mendelson

After losing a record and management deal and having her friend and producer Joel Dorn unexpectedly pass away, Mendelson needed some time away from music. Eight years to be exact. And it wasn’t after some long nights spent in London isolated, lonely, and with little money, that she eventually hooked up with longtime co-writer, Steve… Keep Reading

James McCartney - Photo Courtesy of Grandstand Media

Q&A: Paul McCartney’s Son, James

Unlike his notoriously chatty dad Paul, of Beatles fame, James McCartney is a man of few words. But really, can you blame him? If every other question that comes out of an interviewer’s mouth is about growing up with his legendary father — it’s gotta get old. Especially since James is an established musician in his own right. He’s… Keep Reading

Com Truise

Q&A: Com Truise

Com Truise is a spoonerism of the name Tom Cruise. What’s a spoonerism you ask? According to Webster’s, it’s a transposition of usually initial sounds of two or more words. For producer Seth Haley, it’s served as a persona that’s enabled him to make some of the most innovative music out there, transporting his listeners… Keep Reading

Bishop Briggs

Q&A: Bishop Briggs

Bishop Briggs, the UK singer, and songwriter whose track “River” has amassed over 24 million global streams and soared to #3 on the Alternative chart is currently prepping for her first major headlining North American tour. In anticipation of her July 20 stop at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco, she was gracious enough to… Keep Reading

Vowws - Photo courtesy of Ray Gun Agency


Australian duo VOWWS, a band that has quickly emerged as a fixture in Sydney’s underground music scene, is generating some buzz over here in the U.S. with their own unique blend of industrial and electronic pop to post-punk and metal. The group, comprised of Matt and Rizz, recently released a single called “Heartbreaker” that Matt described as a “window… Keep Reading

Spotify - Today's Top Hits

Go to Top