ROCK

Talina Camacho

Today’s local music is by the Adrian West Trio. They take on serious topics in a lighthearted way in their original tunes, which feature acoustic rock and world music influences.

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Sights & Sounds is your weekly guide to the Bay Area arts scene. Aya de Leon, author of the new novel Uptown Thief, told KALW’s Jen Chien about three cool arts events happening around the Bay this weekend.

Dirty Cello This Saturday 3 pm On KALW!

May 26, 2016

Rebecca Roudman and Jason Eckl are back as Dirty Cello!   They’ll perform their highly energetic, ecelctic  songs on KALW's Folk Music & Beyond this Saturday at 3 pm.  Rough blues, bluegrass at the speed of light, pop tunes and covers are all part of their mix.  Dirty Cello will be among the many headlining acts at the upcoming San Francisco Free Folk Festival on June 11th at Everett Middle School.  For details, visit http://sffolkfest.org

Tumbleweed Wanderers live on Fog City Blues

Apr 6, 2016

Busking outside of countless Bay Area venues, Tumbleweed Wanderers took the stage on the streets of San Francisco in 2011 with the hopes of simply sharing their music. 

Sound Opinons: Isleys!

Aug 28, 2015

The Isley Brothers have scored hits in six different decades thanks to an ever-evolving sound, stretching from doo-wop to psychedelic funk to disco. This week on Sound Opinions, guitarist Ernie Isley joins Jim Kot and Greg Derogatis for a career spanning discussion. 

Sunday at 3pm.

Photo courtesy everyoneisdirty.com.

Oakland art-rock band Everyone Is Dirty performs as part of the Phono Del Sol Music & Food Festival in San Francisco on Saturday July 11th at San Francisco’s Potrero del Sol Park. Everyone is Dirty features Christopher Daddio on guitar, Tony Sales on drums, Tyler English on bass, and singer and violinist Sivan Lioncub on electric violin.

The Stone Foxes live on Fog City Blues this Wednesday

Oct 28, 2014

The Stone Foxes are a San Francisco rock 'n roll band with a raw, blues-filtered sound. They are releasing a new song from their fourth album, Twelve Spells, on the first Friday of every month for a year. The band will perform live in the studio this Wednesday 10/29 at 9 pm, ahead of a residency next month at The Chapel in the Mission District.

Natasha Mahia, a student at El Dorado elementary school in Visitacion Valley, is one of ROCK’s biggest fans. ROCK stands for Real Options for City Kids, an after-school and mentoring program for youth in Visitacion Valley.