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Q&A: Last Planet

How did you come up with the name of the band? We just wrote down like 100 names – anything we could think of, and then we narrowed it down to a few and made the final decision 5 minutes before we took the stage for our first show. Albero said “it sounds like a… Keep Reading

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Music and the San Francisco Counterculture

San Francisco has long been associated with counterculture movements, from the beat generation of the 1950s to the hippie movement of the 1960s. Music played a crucial role in these movements, providing a means of expression and communication for those who felt disconnected from mainstream society. In this blog post, we will explore how music… Keep Reading

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Up-and-Coming Musicians to Watch in San Francisco

San Francisco has long been a hotbed of musical talent, with countless iconic musicians and bands calling the city home. And while many of these artists have already made a name for themselves on the national or international stage, there’s no shortage of up-and-coming musicians who are making waves in the local music scene. In… Keep Reading

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The Summer Concert Series at the Mountain Winery will begin on May 11 with Sarah Silverman and continue through mid-October with performances from Charlie Wilson, Chicago, Diana Krall, Diana Ross, Echo & The Bunnymen, Kenny Loggins, Melissa Etheridge, Natalie Merchant, Tori Amos and more. Artists returning to the Mountain Winery include: Boyz II Men, Chicago,… Keep Reading

Chris Robinson - The Fillmore - Dec. 10, 2016
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What music was associated with the San Francisco hippie scene?

It was in the mid-1960s, that a group of young people flocked to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, seeking to escape the stifling conformity of mainstream society and explore new ways of living and thinking. Among them were musicians, poets, artists, and activists, all united by a shared vision of a more liberated and… Keep Reading

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Prime Social Group today announced their fifth event in the multi-city, genre blending Breakaway Music Festival with Breakaway California. Set for Friday, October 14 & Saturday, October 15 at Oakland Arena Grounds in Oakland, Northern California, the west coast Breakaway will feature live music from Gryffin, Louis The Child, Big Wild, Said The Sky, Tycho and more. Tickets for the two-day event go on sale tomorrow,… Keep Reading

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Brian Jonestown Massacre Playing the Fillmore Tonight and Tomorrow

The Brian Jonestown Massacre are currently on a nationwide headlining tour with Mercury Rev in support of brand new music from their forthcoming album Fire Doesn’t Grow On Trees, out on June 24th. They’ll be making several stops in California including tonight and tomorrow night playing at the Fillmore in San Francisco.  On March 25, BJM released the… Keep Reading

Q&As/SF Local Bands

Q&A: Effie Zilch

How did you come up with the name of the band? We are both third generation bay area-ers. The rich cultural history of where we grew up has been the white-noise noise of our lives. As such, during the making of our first album, we both decided to read Talbot’s book, “Seasons of the Witch”… Keep Reading

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