Bay Area fans of They Might Be Giants were no doubt disappointed when the band's March show at Berkeley's soon-to-be-opened UC Theater was abruptly canceled at the last minute. So how does a quality act make it up to their fans?
In celebration of the release of Mild in the Streets: Fat Music Unplugge, Fat Wreck Chords opened up their headquarters for a small celebration for fans featuring free live performances by Joey "Balls" Garibaldi (Old Man Markley),
Ever wonder what it looks like to be stoked about your brand new record? Just look into the eyes of Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta as he talks about the already critically-acclaimed, The Concrete Confessional and you'll know. Bett
Polish black metal band Behemoth is currently terrorizing North America on their Blasfemia Amerika 2016 Tour. Friday night found them in front of a packed (if not sold out) house at the Regency Ballroom for a mindbogglingly insane
With their debut album (First World Problems) fresh out of the hopper, Greensboro, North Carolina rockers Failure Anthem have their eyes firmly planted on winning over new fans with their live show. Currently out on the road with
Every April, the San Francisco Bay Area benefits from the Indio overflow from bands that book mini tours around their Coachella weekend appearances. This year, The Damned made a return appearance at the Great American Music Hall
Vai, Wylde, Malmsteen, Bettencourt, Abasi ... the names of men easily recognizable for their accomplishments on guitar. Separately they are some of the greatest guitar players to roam the planet, together they are Generation Axe a
Rock and roll is alive and well! Any doubts? Feel free to hit up any one of the people that attended Wolfmother's epic sold out show last night at the Fillmore. Ten years after the release of their classic self-titled debut, Wolfm
For a touring band, there's nothing quite like a hometown show. I The Mighty, currently out on the road with Coheed and Cambria, hit The Masonic on Wednesday night for a San Francisco show that proved this axiom of touring.
Styx received a warm welcome back to the Bay Area with a packed house at San Jose's City National Civic Auditorium. With no opener and two hour-long sets flanking a twenty minute intermission, the band had plenty of time to cover