Local Music

9:00am

Mon July 21, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: San Francisco Boys Choir

It’s summer, when festivals fill the air with music, such as this Mozart composition featuring the San Francisco Boys Choir, now in its 65th year.

The Boys Choir will be featured in “A Mozart Bouquet” this weekend as part of the 2014 Mid-summer Mozart Festival.  Concerts are planned in San Francisco on Friday, in Berkeley on Saturday, and at Stanford University on Sunday. You can find all the details at their website.

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9:01am

Thu July 17, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Vinyl

Take some Latin percussion and add some old-school funk. Mix in a little reggae and R & B, and you have the recipe for the music you’re hearing now, performed by a Bay Area band named Vinyl. Vinyl’s musical mix-up provides the audience with plenty of fuel to dance -- and dance some more.  

Vinyl performs on Saturday, July 26th at the Boom Boom Room on Fillmore Street in San Francisco. They start about 9:30pm.  

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9:03am

Wed July 16, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: The Corner Laughers

It’s summertime -- a perfect time to experience the sunny sounds of The Corner Laughers, who you're listening to now.

The Corner Laughers, from Redwood City, have an afternoon show planned on Sunday, July 20th at the Public Library in Mill Valley. Music starts about 11:00am.

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9:09am

Tue July 15, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Mitch Polzak

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The sound you’re hearing now is called Rockabilly Revival, as played by The Royal Deuces. But you won’t be hearing the Royal Deuces this week, so how about settling for their founder, Mitch Polzak?

The Mitch Polzak Show is described as a one-man show with guitar, banjo and jokes. If this sounds intriguing, head to the Forbidden Island tiki lounge in Alameda on Thursday, July 17th.  The fun begins about 8:30pm.

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11:48am

Mon July 14, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Jacqui Naylor

Thomas Heinser

This voice belongs to Jacqui Naylor of San Francisco. JazzTimes Magazine says Naylor “remains one of the most superbly arresting vocalists around."

Jacqui Naylor will be on stage Friday, July 18th at the SFJazz Center. She’ll be singing songs from her new album, which pays tribute to songwriters ranging from Johnny Mercer to Amy Winehouse. The lights go down about 7:30pm.

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