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J Weekly
Grammy nominee builds ‘Shul of Rock’ in MarinSo far he’s made it through the first round, which whittled 3,300 nominees down
Grammy nominee builds ‘Shul of Rock’ in Marin
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
So far he’s made it through the first round, which whittled 3,300 nominees down to 290. Brandeis Marin teacher Jesse Scott wouldn’t mind adding “Grammy winner” to his resume. It’s a real possibility now that he’s been shortlisted for the Grammys’... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From nature's wonders to cello's spiritual odyssey, Grant Park concert has it allmake Grant Park the smartest music festival on the summer block. Wednesday nig
From nature's wonders to cello's spiritual odyssey, Grant Park concert has it all
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
make Grant Park the smartest music festival on the summer block. Wednesday night at Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, Marin Alsop was joined by two other MacArthur Foundation fellowship recipients for the first program of the conductor's... Read more
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The Austin Chronicle
Space Cowboy Steve Miller's Not JokingWalker, covering a trio of Jimmie Vaughan tunes on Bingo! ("My wife and I are d
Space Cowboy Steve Miller's Not Joking
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Walker, covering a trio of Jimmie Vaughan tunes on Bingo! ("My wife and I are doing nine shows in the next three years at Jazz at Lincoln Center about blues and Jimmie's the first artist I invited"), and going viral. To the following pressure... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Subtle & strongPiano @ SF Botanical Garden Enjoy dozens of impromptu outdoor piano-playing en
Subtle & strong
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
Piano @ SF Botanical Garden Enjoy dozens of impromptu outdoor piano-playing entertainments, from classical, jazz and modern professionals to students and amateurs, in a 12-day installation at multiple areas of the beautiful garden;... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
Back in BrassSheep Brass Band gathered in Cory's Santa Rosa warehouse space to record their
Back in Brass
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 16 days ago
Sheep Brass Band gathered in Cory's Santa Rosa warehouse space to record their long awaited self-titled debut, a funky and jazzy collection of original tunes and a few Dixieland standards that evoke New Orleans street parades and Preservation Hall... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
SummericanJuly 12 at The Orpheum Theatre, 1182 Market St., San Francisco. $148-$600. 8pm.
Summerican
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 22 days ago
July 12 at The Orpheum Theatre, 1182 Market St., San Francisco. $148-$600. 8pm. 1182 Market St. (888) 746-1799. July 13 at Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael. $66-$226. 8pm. (415) 473-6800.... Read more
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Blogcritics.org
Divinity Roxx – ‘ImPossible’for the opening number. Titled “Miracle”, it opens up with the sound of someon
Divinity Roxx – ‘ImPossible’
Blogcritics.org / Posted 25 days ago
for the opening number. Titled “Miracle”, it opens up with the sound of someone leaving a voicemail over a mellow, soulful jazz melody played on a keyboard. The voicemail comes off as an explanatory monologue to the experience awaiting listeners.... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area festivals 2016 celebrate wine, beer, 4th of July and morelive entertainment and food. $10-$70. Kids 12 and under are free. Purchase tick
Bay Area festivals 2016 celebrate wine, beer, 4th of July and more
The Mercury News / Posted 1 months ago
live entertainment and food. $10-$70. Kids 12 and under are free. Purchase tickets at http://californiabeerfestival.com/marin/. Redwood Mountain Faire. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. June 4-5. Roaring Camp, 5355 Graham Hill Road, Felton. Event will include... Read more
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The Maui News
Neighbors: All the right movesCerrito headed west to California to study at the Berkeley Ballet Theater, the
Neighbors: All the right moves
The Maui News / Posted 1 months ago
Cerrito headed west to California to study at the Berkeley Ballet Theater, the Ballet Califia Academy and the College of Marin, where she earned a degree in the performing arts. Eventually, she moved to New York City, where she trained at the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Expect the unexpected from multi-instrumentalist David Bromberg1960s, he surfaced in the Greenwich Village folk scene. His sonic palette embra
Expect the unexpected from multi-instrumentalist David Bromberg
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 1 months ago
1960s, he surfaced in the Greenwich Village folk scene. His sonic palette embraces blues, roots, bluegrass, rock ’n’ roll, jazz, gospel, ethnic and country influences as well as slugs of sly humor. His stringed arsenal includes guitar, fiddle,... Read more

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