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SF Concert Reviews

An Introspective, Playful Night with Joep Beving

There was a childlike innocence to Joep Beving as he sauntered out onto the stage. He looked like a bashful scarecrow or hipster treant March 29th at Great American music hall. Standing around 6 and a half to 7, he joked, I could barely make out the face of the 42-year-old Dutchman with his head… Keep Reading

The Greyboy Allstars
Q&As

Q&A: Greyboy Allstars

Initially formed as the backup band for DJ Greyboy, The Greyboy Allstars are comprised of some of the most talented players on the scene today. After recording the groundbreaking 1994 album Freestylin for the famed DJ, saxophonist Karl Denson, guitarist Elgin Park, keyboardist Robert Walter, bassist Chris Stillwell and drummer Aaron Redfield didn’t want the… Keep Reading

SF Local Bands

SF Local Band Spotlight: Love Jerks

Today, San Francisco local band Love Jerks releases their debut song and video for Scary Things exclusively for Music in SF (see below). The band that arises from the ashes of Scissors for Lefty and Happy Fangs will be celebrating the release with a show at the Great American Music Hall on Feb. 24,  as… Keep Reading

The Record Company - Great American Music Hall - November 19, 2016 - Photos courtesy of Louis Raphael Photography
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San Francisco Venue Highlight: Great American Music Hall

We’d usually think that a venue billing itself as The Great American Music Hall was setting itself up for a fall, in this city above all; there’s no shortage of music history and great venues in San Francisco. But it’s not for nothing that the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco turned up at… Keep Reading

Tommy Emmanuel plays the Great American Music Hall, January 12th
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Show Preview – Tommy Emmanuel at the Great American Music Hall

Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel will be playing the Great American Music Hall on January 11th and 12th. Now in his sixth decade of writing and performing on the acoustic guitar – starting at the age of 6 – Emmanuel might be the world’s greatest player of fingerstyle guitar. If fingerstyle guitar isn’t something you’re familiar… Keep Reading

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