The singing and piano playing you’re hearing comes from Brad Brooks of San Francisco. He’s performing Sunday, June 30th at Cafe Du Nord on upper Market Street, where he joins The Shook Twins, from Portland, Oregon. Music begins around 7:30pm.
The singing and piano playing you’re hearing comes from Brad Brooks of San Francisco. He’s performing tomorrow, May 14, at the Bazaar Cafe on California Street in San Francisco. He joins Allyson Paige, who has a Songwriter Residency there. Music begins around 7pm.
There aren’t many music festivals named for living performers, but Earl Thomas is one of them. His namesake festival occurs in his birthplace of Pikesville, Tennessee. But you can hear Earl Thomas singing on Saturday, June 29th at Biscuits and Blues, just off of San Francisco’s Union Square. Music starts about 7:30pm. Go for the blues, but notice his shoes!
The music you’re hearing now is by the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. They’re presenting a world premiere this week titled “I Am Harvey Milk.” Their first spontaneous public performance occurred on the steps of San Francisco City Hall 35 years ago … following the assassinations of Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone. An extra performance of this work has been added, tomorrow, June 26th, at the Nourse Theater in San Francisco, starting at 8pm.
You may know this song, but you’ve probably never heard this version, by Bay Area band, The Void Boys. They’re likely to be play this Cranberries' cover and other songs from their “90s Compilation” album when they take the stage Wednesday, June 26th at The Knockout in San Francisco. Music will begin about 10:00pm.
The sounds you’re hearing now are by Gautam Ganeshan. He’ll be bringing his innovative Indian roots music to the Redwood Grove Summer Concert Series at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden, tomorrow, June 20. Audience members are invited to bring a picnic and enjoy sitting under the redwoods while listening.
Music begins at 5:30pm, and your ticket includes entrance to the botanical garden, starting at 4:30pm.