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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Rock the Bells Brings Classic Debuts from Lauryn Hill, Souls of Mischief, Nas, and More to the Stage

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Ms. Lauryn Hill will miseducate you at Rock the Bells.
  • Ms. Lauryn Hill will miseducate you at Rock the Bells.

From SF Weekly's latest print music section:

Rock the Bells: Among the more than 30 musical acts appearing across four stages at the annual Rock the Bells Festival this weekend, nearly one-third are seasoned artists who plan to perform their debut albums in their entirety. Most of these records were released in the '90s, so this will be the first opportunity for many fans to hear complete live versions of albums that, in at least a few cases, are considered seminal to the development of urban music. [continue reading]

Sizzle & Fizzle: Highs and lows from the week in S.F. music.

Also, we recommend the 10th Annual Sleepless Nights Gram Parsons Tribute Concert, featuring Red Meat, Chuck Prophet, and Paula Frazer, and shows from Mikal Cronin and Bag Raiders.

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