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New Album – Thrice, ‘Palms’

Twenty years and 10 albums into a career that has crossed boundaries, California’s Thrice are back with Palms, their second post-hiatus long player. There’s something special about Thrice: moving from barely-tuned punk (1998’s Identity Crisis) to scene-seizing hardcore (2002’s The Illusion of Safety), through one of the only exciting mature albums to emerge from the… Keep Reading


Q&A: Jena Rose

Jena Rose, the rising pop star most famous for her current single “Sweet Love,” which quickly rose up the Billboard Club Charts, peaking at an impressive #18, is making her way to The Regency Ballroom on April 4. The song is off of her first album slated for release later this month. About Jena The… Keep Reading

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Echosmith to Play the Regency Ballroom

LA-based alt-pop sibling trio Echosmith is heading on a North American tour with a stop at the Regency Ballroom next week. Hot off the heels of their new single, “Over My Head,” the band will be performing songs off of their highly acclaimed EP, Inside A Dream EP to fans everywhere. Since forming in 2009,… Keep Reading


Q&A: The Darkness

England rock gods The Darkness are back on American shores and will be making their way to the halls of the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco on March 31. The legendary rock outfit comprised of Justin Hawkins (vocals/guitar), Dan Hawkins (guitar), Frankie Poullain (bass) and Rufus Tiger Taylor (drums), released their fifth album Pinewood Smile on… Keep Reading

The Victor Wooten Trio

Q&A: Legendary Bassist Victor Wooten

Bassist extraordinaire and founding member of Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, Victor Wooten is set to play the Regency Ballroom this coming Friday, Jan. 12. The five-time Grammy award-winning bass player and producer is touring in support of his newly released, TRYPNOTYX, which is his 10th solo album and first in five years. Produced by Wooten,… Keep Reading

Method Man at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco

Method Man and Redman Bring Old School Hip Hop to San Francisco

There’s an eternal quality to innovative music. You can’t always put your finger on it, but for some reason, it crosses generations and becomes ingrained in pop music culture forever. Old school hip hop is like that. No matter how many different reincarnations of the genre there have been, the originators always seem to draw… Keep Reading

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