Local Music

9:02am

Thu February 20, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Capella SF

What your hearing now is a sample of the type of sound you can expect from San Francisco’s newest professional a capella choir, called Capella SF. Ragnar Bohlin is conducting this music, and he heads the new choir. 

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9:08am

Wed February 19, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Roem Bauer

The music you are hearing is by Roem Baur. He says his first name came to his mother in a dream, shortly before he was born. Though classically trained as a lyric tenor, he now favors music inspired by American soul singers.

Roem Baur will be performing in his hometown of San Francisco on Friday, February 21st at The Lost Church. Music starts at 8:15pm, sharp!

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9:09am

Tue February 18, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Bay Area Brass Band

What do you call a band with a Matt, a Steve, a Chris, a Nathan, two Bens and a Nicole?  That would be the Bay Area Brass Band, from San Francisco, who you are hearing now.

They describe themselves as a hip hop/R & B group ... even with all that brass. The Bay Area Brass Band takes the stage at San Francisco’s 50 Mason Social House on Thursday, February 18th, starting about 10:00pm.

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9:05am

Thu February 13, 2014
Arts & Culture

Today's Local Music: Frankie Boots and the County Line

The band you’re hearing now is Frankie Boots and the County Line. They are coming in from Sebastopol to take part in the weekly Free Twang Sundays at Thee Parkside in San Francisco.  The motto of Free Twang Sundays is, “If it’s twang, it’s our thang!” If this sounds fun to you, show up around 4:00pm on Sunday, February 16th, when Frankie Boots and the County Line are scheduled to start playing.

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10:46pm

Wed February 12, 2014
Arts & Culture

Growing Up with Thao and the Get Down Stay Down

Ben Trefny

Thao Nguyen grew up in Northern Virginia, and started playing music at age 12. Since then she has released three critically acclaimed albums, and spent most of her 20s touring, including a national stint with NPR’s RadioLab. It was coming back home to San Francisco and getting involved in her community that inspired her latest album, We The Common. Thao tells us a little more about how she’s grown up through her music.

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