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We Wanna Be Friends With Teen Blues Prodigy Ray Goren

Meet the soon-to-be-legend who has performed with B.B King, Buddy Guy, and Bonnie Raitt...all before getting his driver’s license.

7 Bay Area Bands to Put on Your Summer Playlist

Get ready to expand your iTunes library because these Individuals are killing the music game.

We Wanna Be Friends With Blues Singer Fantastic Negrito

Brush up on Oakland favorite Fantastic Negrito, who takes the stage at Outside Lands on Saturday, Aug. 8 at 2:55pm. 

Live Music This Week: Jamie xx, Ty Segall, and More

Is tonight the most important show Bimbo's has ever put on? Perhaps.

Best of San Francisco 2015: Live Music, Art Galleries, Craft, Movies + More

Whether you're headbanging at the Fillmore, streaking naked down Hayes Street, or hitting up a printing class in Emeryville, there's always something fun to do in the Bay Area. Here are some of our favorite pastimes in 2015.

See Rare Photos of the Jazz Age in San Francisco in This New Exhibit

Legendary composer and pianist Duke Ellington often sang "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" as part of his sets, and with good reason: The city by the bay hosted a booming jazz scene in the early 20th century. If you can imagine, it wasn't unheard of to see Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, or Louis Armstrong, trumpet in hand, strolling down the Embarcadero. 

Kendrick Lamar's New Music Video Gives Major Props to Oakland

Fresh off his set at the BET Awards last weekend where he gave a stirring performance of “Alright,” Kendrick Lamar has unveiled the video for his latest single—and you're bound to recognize his whereabouts. 

Live Music This Week: Geographer, Grateful Dead, and More

Hey good news! Cafe Du Nord is BACK! The iconic music venue reopened its doors last week under new leadership. And yes, live music will be served occasionally. Let us rejoice.

Nightlife Guide 2015: Where to Dance in San Francisco

To sweat the night away the PG-13 way, head to one of these major dance clubs in San Francisco. From underground DJs to Top 40 pop, they've got just what you need to show off your sweet moves. 

That '70s (No, '90s!) Show: Scenes From BottleRock Music Festival

In both music and style, it was the '60s...no, '70s...no '90s all over again at BottleRock Napa Valley this year.

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