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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.

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Aussies Take Over the Fox Theater in Oakland

The Aussies landed on American soil last night and sent over two of their most promising musical acts. Tash Sultana, a 23-year-old multi-instrumentalist that’s been the talk of the town ever since her epic performance at this year’s Outside Lands. And tagging along for the ride, a groovy group of long-haired musicians that describe their…
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Tori Kelly Brings her Gospel to San Francisco

Tori Kelly, the bubbly blonde pop singer with the perfect dimples who first gained national recognition after posting videos on YouTube at the age of 14, has come a long way. A very long way. At the ripe young age of 16, Kelly auditioned for American Idol only to be eliminated from the show early…
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Generation Axe, a Guitar Shredder’s Paradise

The 32-string music sensation known as Generation Axe made its way to the Fox Theater last night and schooled everyone on how to properly play an electric guitar. The band comprised of Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourt, and Tosin Abasi, came out one by one and performed what could only be described…
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A Softer Side of Metallica Emerges at the Masonic

Early on into Metallica’s fundraiser show at the Masonic last night, singer James Hetfield took a moment to give a shoutout to his brother sitting in the audience, and mentioned how their mom would’ve been proud of him and this event. “You put good out there, and good comes back to you,” said Hetfield. The…
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Sting and Shaggy Bring Brit-Jamaican Collab to the Bay

When I first heard that Sting and Shaggy were coming to town, my initial reaction was “Shaggy’s opening for Sting?” It seemed like an odd pairing given that their music is so different and the two weren’t part of the same musical movements when they were coming up. Then shortly later when I learned that they’d…
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