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You will find the latest San Francisco concert reviews here on Music in SF® from some of the Bay Area's biggest concert and club venues including Slim's, The Regency Ballroom, The Fillmore, The Warfield, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Oracle Arena, Concord Pavillion, Shoreline Amphitheater and many more.

Eliot Sumner
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Sting’s daughter shakes San Francisco

There’s a genuine feeling of excitement that arises when you watch some undiscovered band in a small dingy little nightclub, a band that you know will eventually one day make it really, really, big. It’s a feeling of gratitude and thankfulness because you know that at that precise moment you’re sharing with the artist, it’s… Keep Reading

Duran Duran
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Pop gods Duran Duran invade Greek Theater

The Brits invaded the Greek Theater on Friday night to a sold out crowd of fans that were hungry like wolves for such classic hits like “The Reflex,” “View to a Kill,” and “Girls on Film”. The band that was part of the MTV-driven “second British invasion,” performed with the same energy and enthusiasm that… Keep Reading

Judith Hill Steps into the Spotlight
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Judith Hill Steps into the Spotlight

You have to wonder what Christmas dinner is like for the Hill family. When you have a dad that’s a killer bassist, a mom who wails on the keys, and a talented daughter by the name of Judith with pipes of gold, the post-dinner singing has got to be the stuff that legends are made… Keep Reading

Slipknot plays the Aftershock Festival
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Slipknot Plays the Aftershock Festival

First appeared on Examiner.com in October 2015 Gibson Ranch played host to the hard rock Aftershock Festival this past weekend and was expected to bring in between 20 and 30,000 fans from all over the world. According to a story on Fox 40, it may have turned more into 40,000 a day in the end.… Keep Reading

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Steel Panther, we’re not worthy!

Michael Starr of Steel Panther made a great point on Friday night, when he asked the scantily clad woman that came up on stage to dance during the final song of the night, why she wouldn’t take her top off. I mean, really? You’re at an 80s hair metal tribute show, you’re pretty much expected… Keep Reading

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