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Enter to Win: The Legendary Dan Hicks Celebrates His 70th Birthday

Don't miss this epic lineup celebrating a Bay Area institution! Part of the Spring 2012 season of SFJAZZ.

"For this star-studded celebration, Dan Hicks will be joined by the original and current versions of the Hot Licks, with legendary guests including Rickie Lee Jones, Tuck & Patti, Maria Muldaur, actor and musician Harry Shearer, John Hammond, Van Dyke Parks, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Asleep at the Wheel leader Ray Benson, Bruce Forman, Jug Band veteran Jim Kweskin and Roy Rogers of the Delta Rhythm Kings." -- SFJAZZ.org

Score Tickets to See Legendary Popster Randy Newman at SFJAZZ Spring 2011

THIS SPRING 2011 CONTEST IS CLOSED

Hot on the heels of his second Oscar win and 20th nomination, legendary pop composer Randy Newman's coming to town to light up SFJAZZ's Spring Season with a 7x7-sponsored performance at Davies Symphony Hall on April 22nd, and we've got a pair of tickets for you to witness the magic first hand.

Rufus Wainwright Plays Davies Hall With SF Symphony

Every once in a while, when the SF Symphony has a break, Davies Hall brings in the unexpected guest performer—from The Roots to Kathy Griffin. This weekend, Rufus Wainwright is on the bill, but—get this—the composer/vocalist/pianist will be performing with the symphony, not instead of them.

Get Nostalgic With Disney Classics at the SF Symphony

If you don't have a soft spot for the music of Disney movies, there's something seriously wrong with you.  Next Friday (October 16) The San Francisco Symphony celebrates the opening of the new Walt Disney Family Museum (check out our profile of Founding Executive Director, Richard Benefield) with a night of classics from Cinderella, Pinocchio, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Fantasia. Kids under 17 are half off so find someone to babysit and get your nostalgia on.

 

 

Once More With Glee: Quixotic Comic Roberto Benigni Tiptoes From The Holocaust To Dante’s Inferno

10 years after winning the Best Actor and Best Foreign Film Oscars for “Life is Beautiful,” Italian alterna-clown Roberto Benigni is still best known for this loved and loathed Holocaust comedy.

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