Today's local music

9:01am

Mon July 22, 2013
Today's Local Music

Today's Local Music: Wild Moth

This song? It’s by Wild Moth. The Bay Bridged website describes their sound as mixing the “melodic gloom” of post-punk with the intensity of traditional punk – if we can SAY “traditional” in relation to punk! But we’re sure you can still bob your head frantically while listening to it.

Wild Moth will be at the Bottom of the Hill in their hometown of San Francisco on Thursday, July 25th. It’s an all-ages show, starting at 9:00pm.

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9:01am

Thu July 18, 2013
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Today's Local Music: Kelly McFarling

The voice you’re hearing belongs to Kelly McFarling. This song is titled, “Atlanta,” which is her hometown. She came to San Francisco a few years ago, thinking she might audition for the Opera. But instead she has become what the East Bay Express calls “one of the Bay Area’s most promising singer-songerwriters.”

Kelly McFarling will be performing songs from her new album on Friday, July 19th at the Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco. Doors open at 8:00pm.

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9:01am

Wed July 17, 2013
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Today's Local Music: Mike Greensill Trio

Mike Greensill

If you know this theme song, then you’re familiar with “West Coast Live,” heard Saturday mornings on KALW. And you know that Mike Greensill, the program’s resident piano player, is at the keyboard.  The Mike Greensill Trio will be performing, along with Wesla Whitfield, on Saturday, July 20th at the Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland. The music begins at 8:00pm.

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11:16am

Thu June 27, 2013
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Today's Local Music: Brad Brooks

The singing and piano playing you’re hearing comes from Brad Brooks of San Francisco. He’s performing Sunday, June 30th at Cafe Du Nord on upper Market Street, where he joins The Shook Twins, from Portland, Oregon. Music begins around 7:30pm.  

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9:05am

Wed June 26, 2013
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Today's Local Music: Earl Thomas

Karen Edwards

There aren’t many music festivals named for living performers, but Earl Thomas is one of them.  His namesake festival occurs in his birthplace of Pikesville, Tennessee. But you can hear Earl Thomas singing on Saturday, June 29th at Biscuits and Blues, just off of San Francisco’s Union Square. Music starts about 7:30pm. Go for the blues, but notice his shoes!

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