MisterWives and Bishop Briggs coming to The Warfield on Oct. 11th.

September 21, 2023

MisterWives will be taking over The Warfield on October 11th. The The Don’t Look Down Tour with Bishop Briggs kicked off on September 8th in Nashville. Tickets can be picked up at The tour comes in support of MisterWives fervent, highly anticipated fourth studio album Nosebleeds out everywhere now. About the album Nosebleeds, the highly anticipated fourth studio album by MisterWives out today, propels the group into all new territory, this time, equipped with bravery, confidence and strength. Through a decade-long career, of tremendous highs and lows, the forthcoming project meets the band at their most evolved as they turn their pain into power. Over ten compelling tracks, the band digs deeper than they ever have before, capturing the nuances of life’s highs and lows and re-defining what it means to succeed and to fail. Unafraid to fall apart, the album observes the band piece themselves back together, better than ever before. Now with a new MisterWives era here, lead singer Mandy Lee says, “‘Nosebleeds’ reclaims the vastness of our full emotional experience without censoring the gruesome truth of feeling beat down and kept high up from [Read More]

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Ron Gallo is a must see out on his Foreground Music Live Tour

September 19, 2023

Mondays can always be hard to get through, but not when you know you are catching Ron Gallo’s show at night. We couldn’t wait for the day to end so we could find ourselves at one of our favorite venues, The Brick and Mortar in San Francisco. The night was even better when we found out that Life Size Models were opening the show. We were excited to check out their new music and they kicked the night off with a high energy set. It was a fantastic night and Ron Gallo put on a performance that highlighted his edgy blend of alt-punk rock vibes. He is like a punk rock Bob Dylan and I am here for it ALL! His music is so damn catchy and you can’t hold yourself still. You need to MOVE and feel the energy that he brings to life. His lyrics are amazing as he delivers  the raw truth commentary on some of today’s topics. We need more Ron Gallo and everyone needs Ron Gallo in their lives! Check [Read More]


James Bay returns to the Fox Oakland for an unforgettable performance

September 19, 2023

  Saturday night had us front and center at the James Bay show in Oakland at the iconic Fox Theater.  It was exciting to catch his headline show amid his tour with The Lumineers. This show was exactly what we needed after spending the day celebrating the life of my sister whom we lost to mucosal melanoma.  It was a day filled with insurmountable emotions and our souls needed healing. What better way to recover, than to immerse ourselves into the music of James Bay. The night started with an emotional stirring set by rising artist Abby Holliday. Her music conveys the raw emotion of life and loss and we were soaking it all in. James hit the stage and kicked it right off with a rousing and blazing performance of Best Fake Smile. Our tattered and torn hearts were instantly on the mend as James’ vocals filled our hearts with exactly what we needed. The set was perfect and included the mix of old and new. Setlist Oakland 9.16.23 Best Fake Smile Just for [Read More]


The Head and the Heart inaugural Down in the Valley Festival wows Napa Valley

September 5, 2023

The Head and the Heart held their first ever Down in the Valley Festival this past weekend in Napa Valley at the Oxbow River Stage. The two date festival went off without a hitch and brought set after set of amazing feel good music to Napa. Day one kicked off an acoustic set by The Head and the Heart which included a touching rendition of Margaritaville which they performed to pay tribute to the legend Jimmy Buffett who passed away on September 1st. You can watch a bit of that here. The sets were as follows: Saturday, September 2 The Head And The Heart Waxahatchee Faye Webster Rayland Baxter Miya Folick   Sunday, September 3 The Head And The Heart Dawes Madison Cunningham Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners Shaina Shepherd The feel good music was nonstop and was exactly what we all needed. Each night The Head and the Heart would finish it off with a powerful set that was spectacular.  Down in the Valley was a success and we look forward to the [Read More]


The Fillmore welcomes Ziggy Alberts on his REWIND TOUR

September 1, 2023

The Fillmore welcomed Australian singer/songwriter Ziggy Alberts as he made a stop in San Francisco for his REWIND TOUR. The night was absolutely magical as it was filled with emotionally driven soulful music that heals your soul. The concert started with a very impassioned and heartfelt set from Kim Churchill. The multi-instrumentalist captivated the crowd with his one man performance of guitar, harmonica, bass drum, and emotive vocals. Churchill recently released his album Dawn Sounds and treated the crowd to a couple of the tracks. Check out some photos by our Rockin Ryan: The crowd was warmed up as Ziggy Alberts hit the stage. He kicked off the set with his heartfelt and thought provoking song, The Sun and The Sea. Alberts brings indie-folk to the spotlight as you can’t help but get fully engulfed in the feel good music that is an instant mood elevator.  Check out photos from our Rockin Ryan:   It was amazing to witness two artists completely capture the crowd, playing all their instruments themselves and carrying such a big [Read More]


Noise Pop and Due South bring the music to Jerry Garcia Amphitheater

August 28, 2023

  Saturday afternoon in San Francisco has many options on how to spend your day but I think we found the best one. Noise Pop Presents and Due South brought the perfect 3 band free concert to the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater in McLaren Park. The Greek style outdoor concert venue is spectacular as it sits in a natural park and has amazing scenery to enjoy as you immerse yourself into the music. The free concert started off with King Isis who we recently caught at Outside Lands. They immediately got the crowd fired up. Next up was a stripped down duo of Momma and their emotionally driven songs had us hooked from the start. The headliner Cherry Glazerr took the stage and the crowd went wild. The fans ran down to be right front and center for their set and their energy was nonstop throughout the killer set. What really makes these shows so great, is the fans and this show had so many awesome dedicated music lovers. Check out our gallery of the crowd: [Read More]


PHOTO GALLERY: Living Colour in San Francisco at Regency Ballroom

August 27, 2023

Living Colour opened up for Extreme out on the Thicker Than Blood Tour as it made a stop in San Francisco on Saturday night. The Regency Ballroom was packed, and Living Colour started the night off with a killer cover of Led Zeppelin’s Rock and Roll. It was the perfect way to kick off the night and the energy remained nonstop. The crowd sang along and grooved to a killer setlist that included a heartfelt and passionate cover of Prince’s Nothing Compares to You. In addition to all of their hits, they delivered a medley including White Lines (Don’t Don’t Do It) / Apache / The Message to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop. Their set finished with an absolutely fierce performance of Cult of Personality. The entire venue erupted in cheer and sang along. Check out photos from our Rockin Ryan:   Make sure to visit the social media sites and stay up to date on the latest news. Information & Links: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: