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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.

SF Concert Reviews

Goth Legends Bauhaus Haunt the Masonic in SF

Goth aficionados flew in like bats out of a cave last night to pay homage to the genre’s originators as Bauhaus made their first stop of two in San Francisco. The Masonic couldn’t have been a better place for it, since the venue has welcomed some legendary 80s/90s pop icons as of late. Blondie, for… Keep Reading

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The Golden Gate Theater Turns Into Daryl’s House

The hottest ticket in town seemed to be last night at the Golden Gate Theater when Daryl Hall and the band from his hit TV show “Daryl’s House” brought their soulful tunes to downtown San Francisco. For those of you not familiar with Mr. Hall, he’s most famous for being part of the legendary duo… Keep Reading

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The Show Must Go on at Pearl Jam in Oakland

Concert goers were reminded that the pandemic is still very much a concern when Matt Cameron, drummer of Pearl Jam, contracted Covid which prevented him from attending last night’s concert in Oakland. And although the band could’ve rescheduled or canceled altogether, their love for the fans wouldn’t allow them to do it. After 7 years… Keep Reading

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Royal Blood Shreds the Fox in Oakland

There are few bands out there today that can rock as hard as Royal Blood. Their groove is emphatic, their riffs electric, and their songs perfectly crafted little masterpieces that will inevitably take over your playlist. What is even more impressive is that they can pull it all off with just a bass and some… Keep Reading

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Nina Nesbitt Charms San Francisco Crowd

The lovely songstress from Ireland made a stop at the Masonic last night, opening for none other than X-Factor graduate James Arthur. Nina graced us with some of her most intimate songs that she played solo both on the piano and acoustic guitar. About midway through the show, she confessed that too much of her… Keep Reading

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre at the Fillmore (IN PICS)

After 30 years, Brian Jonestown Massacre is still going strong. Last night at the Fillmore for their second night of a two-night stint, the San Francisco band were still bringing their brand of psych rock ‘n’ roll to the stage that first made them famous. From the moment they each approached the spotlight you could… Keep Reading

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Fans Flock to the Regency Ballroom for The Band Camino

If I had to describe The Band Camino’s sound to someone who’s never heard it, I’d have to defer to what I read online somewhere recently about them. “They’re too pop to be rock, yet too rock to be pop.” A straight-forward description but one that is accurate. Yet it’s that perfectly balanced pop/rock sound… Keep Reading

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