Host Emmanuel Nado welcomes lead singer Rupa to talk about the band's latest release, "Build" and to share her unique story. She was born to Indian parents in San Francisco and raised in the US, India, and the south of France. Rupa & The April Fishes are one of the hottest musical acts to come out of San Francisco in the several years. The band, which takes its name from the French version of April Fool’s Day, is the foremost exponent of a style which cross all music boundaries. Whether singing in French, Spanish, English, Romany, Hindi, or Trotzil, she echoes the roots of all t
It's music by members of the San Francisco Rock Project, who are all between eight and seventeen years old.
Members of the Project are on the program tomorrow night (11.06) at San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, as part of their Election Night Party. Come hear the music -- or maybe get a massage. Both will help relieve the stress, as you cheer or boo the election results.
Get ready for some screamin', some pleadin' and some shimmyin' on this week's Sound Opinions. 50 years after it was recorded, Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot look back at James Brown's Live at the Apollo album with his biographer RJ Smith. Then they review Neil Young's 2nd album of 2012 and the debut record from Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar. Sunday at 2pm.