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Music, All Shook Down This Week: Tragedy at The Bataclan

This Week: Tragedy at The Bataclan

This time last week, coordinated terror attacks across the city devastated Paris. Of the 129 people senselessly murdered, 89 were at an Eagles of Death Metal concert at The Bataclan Theatre. As survivors and first responders share full details of…
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Music, Sizzle & Fizzle Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows From the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and Lows From the Last Week in S.F. Music

Sizzle The week between Jerry Garcia's birthday on Aug. 1 and the date of his death on Aug. 9 is a big week of celebration here in the Bay Area, with tributes from the S.F. Giants, the S.F. Symphony, and…
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Music, Defenders of the Blues: Why We Still Need the Black Keys

Defenders of the Blues: Why We Still Need the Black Keys

White people can't play the blues. Granted, some black people can't play it, either. But most new blues these days is played by white people — talented Austin guitarist Gary Clark, Jr., is one obvious exception — and most blues…
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Calendar, Night&Day Why We Still Need the Black Keys

Why We Still Need the Black Keys

White people can't play the blues. Granted, some black people can't play it, either. But most new blues these days is played by white people — talented Austin guitarist Gary Clark, Jr., is one obvious exception — and most blues…
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Music, All Shook Down Hey Dan Auerbach, Here's What Critics Mean When We Talk About the "Death" of Rock 'n' Roll

Hey Dan Auerbach, Here's What Critics Mean When We Talk About the "Death" of Rock 'n' Roll

Earlier this week, in an interview with radio station WGRD of Grand Rapids, Mich., Black Keys frontman and blooze-rawk genius Dan Auerbach offered a strong response to critics and fans who think rock 'n' roll is dead: I think…
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Music, Reviewed Dan Auerbach

Dan Auerbach

The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach used to make annual pilgrimages to the Mississippi Delta, starting on Nashville's Music Row and detouring west through Memphis, if only to dig through the bins at Shangri-La Records. The Akron native's self-produced and perfectly…
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Music, Reviewed John Doe

John Doe

Despite the volume and punky posture, L.A. punks X always had a rootsy side. Bassist John Doe's solo work since the band's demise has emphasized that traditional singer-songwriter attitude, with every album sounding increasingly rawer. His latest, A Year in…
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