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Q&A: British singer-songwriter Craig David

Craig David, the legendary British singer-songwriter, is embarking on his 7 Days Commitment Tour this spring. As his first US tour with a live band in nearly two decades, this 7-day exclusive will hit major cities across the U.S. and Canada with a stop at the Masonic in San Francisco on May 6.  We caught up with Craig… Keep Reading

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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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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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… Keep Reading

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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… Keep Reading

White Reaper

Q&A: White Reaper

White Reaper is heading to the Masonic in San Francisco on Jan. 17, as a direct support for Spoon. They’ll be promoting the album The World’s Best American Band, which was produced by Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, Young Widows). About the title, guitarist/vocalist Tony Esposito said, “Because we are the best. Just like Muhammad Ali was the greatest, you gotta say… Keep Reading

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