Local Music

11:05am

Mon October 27, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Susan Muscarella

Today's local music is by Susan Muscarella. She’s a true local; she was born in Oakland, raised in Walnut Creek, and is founder of the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley. 

Susan Muscarella is reviving the school’s annual Halloween concert at the California Jazz Conservatory on Addison in Berkeley on Friday, October 31, starting at 8pm.

4:37pm

Thu October 23, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Paige & The Thousand

Paige & The Thousand

 

This song is by Paige and The Thousand. You may recognize Lindsay Paige Garfield’s voice – she’s been singing with Bay Area indie-pop groups for the past eight years – including with “Or, the Whale.” Paige and The Thousand will be performing Sunday, October 26th, at Bottom of the Hill in their hometown of San Francisco. Doors open at 7:30pm. 

3:44pm

Wed October 22, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Earl Thomas

 Earl Thomas, who you’re hearing now, has an interesting story. He recorded his first album of original songs by following the instructions in a book, titled “How to Make and Sell Your Own Recording.”  Now he’s a regular on the Bay Area blues circuit.  Earl Thomas has two shows on Saturday (10.25) at Biscuits and Blues, near Union Square in San Francisco. One is at 7:30, and the next is at 10pm. 

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12:39pm

Tue October 21, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Lumerians

Here’s something we can all agree on: Space is really big. That’s the lesson the band known as Lumerians wants listeners to know. They won’t ask you to dance. Instead, they ask you to “submit to your own subconscious desire to.”

Lumerians will be appearing at The New Parish in their hometown of Oakland on Friday, October 24th. Plan to get spacey around 9:00 p.m.

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11:28am

Tue October 21, 2014
Arts & Culture

Seth Augustus live on Fog City Blues this Wednesday

The music of Seth Augustus has been described as "sharp, black diamonds flicking with their own sinister twinkle," "urban swamp music for which dark alleys and basement speakeasies were surely invented," and "the music God hears in his sleep when He has a high fever." Seth performs live in the Fog City Blues studio this Wednesday, 10/22 at 9 pm.

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