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Tower of Power Still Making Legendary Sounds After 46 Years

The legendary sounds of Tower of Power are coming to the stage at the Concord Pavilion on Tuesday, July 29. Having launched their new...

Block Party Celebrates New Art Museum and Film Archive

By Barry Bergman, UC Berkeley News Every art museum needs a frame, and the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive celebrated a milestone Thursday...

Maria Muldaur Performing at Marin City’s June 21 Juneteenth Celebration

Maria Muldaur, a folk-blues singer who made the 1974 hit “Midnight at the Oasis,” will be performing at the Second Annual Juneteenth Freedom Celebration...

JFK Library in Vallejo hosts Leo Cavanaugh concert

The John F. Kennedy Library in Vallejo hosted a concert with local guitarist Leo Cavanaugh, as part of a yearlong string of events celebrating...

Jazz Musician Yusef Lateef, 93

Courtesy of Variety Grammy-winning musician and composer Yusef Lateef, one of the first to incorporate world music into traditional jazz, has died Monday at...

E.C. Reems Academy Says Support Music Instead of Guns

Celebrity artists are coming together to help the E.C. Reems Academy of Technology and Art and the Center of Hope church to restore peaceful...

Unite4good Launches Acts of Kindness

Unite4Good and Bright Future International (BFI), organizations that look to provide resources for underprivileged youth, have partnered with Berkeley Youth Alternative and other non-profits...

Singer Deja Bryson Says, “The Only Religion is Love”

In a live show at Yoshi’s on Sunday, Sept. 8, artist Deja Bryson let everyone know exactly who she was, belting out her original...

FREESTYLE: Stop Complaining, More Campaigning, Says Mistah FAB

Along with Too-Short and E-40 to Mac Dre and Keak-Da-Sneak, Mistah FAB (born Stanley Cox) has played a role in the Bay Area music...
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