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Illy Bogart “The Music Of D’angelo!”

Tue., April 23, 7-11:30 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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ILLY BOGART bring new compositions and their unique musical style to Black Cat. Featuring dueling saxophonists Tony Peebles & Lyle Link, the great Ian Mcardle on piano & keys, and Isaac Schwartz holding it down on the drums. These guys are HOT! Their musical style draws from many influences such as classic jazz, modern funk, and hip-hop. Watch as they mix it all up into something new, impactful, and exciting. Hear their music live and hang out with us downstairs at Black Cat.

"Tuesday Night Jump": Tuesday Night Jump and Stompy Jones

Tuesdays, 9 p.m.
Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa, San Francisco Mission/ Bernal Heights

Buy Tickets$12-$15

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w/ Stompy Jones 415-861-5048

Joel Fleisher

Wed., April 24, 6:30-9 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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Joel Fleisher is a lifelong musician and singer, with extensive roots in jazz. Raised in Philadelphia in a family of musicians, his early exposure ranged from big band swing music, doo-wop, classical, and opera. He began performing at an early age, singing on the boardwalk of pre-casino Atlantic City, competing in talent shows and fronting a wedding band. In California he studied music, including classical voice, eventually graduating from S.F. State. Throughout his college career, he performed in numerous Bay Area musical theater and opera productions. He returned to Philly to headline the new Fairmont Hotel, but soon returned west,

Kyle Nasser Quintet

Wed., April 24, 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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All About Jazz describes Kyle Nasser as possessing “superlative musicianship as a performer, writer and a bandleader…ardent creativity and urbane artistic composure!” He regularly plays at NYC’s most prestigious jazz venues including the Blue Note, Smalls, Iridium, 55 Bar, and others. He has shared the stage with jazz luminaries including Jim Hall, Hank Jones, and Ethan Iverson to name a few. Nasser’s latest album “Persistent Fancy” is “cerebral without being pretentious, gnarly but far from vulgar”, and explores “an ever-evolving terrain of advanced harmony and raw emotion!” says DownBeat.

Bread & Roses Presents Annual Spring Benefit Concert April 25, 2019 featuring Lucius with The Seaweed Sisters, The Nude Party and Musical Host Matt Jaffe at the Great American Music Hall in SF

Thu., April 25, 6-10 p.m.

Buy TicketsVIP $350/Pre-Concert reception @ 6 pm; General Admission $125/Door @ 7:15 pm; Concert @ 7:45 pm


The innovative indie-pop band Lucius with The Seaweed Sisters, The Nude Party and Musical Host Matt Jaffe will perform at Bread & Roses Spring Benefit Concert on Thursday April 25, 2019 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Tickets: VIP $350/pre-concert reception at 6 pm. General Admission $125/door at 7:15 pm/concert 7:45pm. Sponsorships available. The major annual fundraiser supports hope and healing through live music in over 600 yearly institutional programs for isolated Bay Area folks. Info at: www.breadandroses.org or (415) 945-7120. 415-945-7120

LIVE JAZZ - MICHELLE SPINELLI & TOMATI

Thu., April 25, 6:30-9 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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This Sao Paulo duo melds Brazilian music — from bossa nova, samba, jazz, and even rock — into a mesmerizing program that leaves listeners in a tropical trance of warm Brazilian beaches and cool samba vibes.

Kyle Nasser Quintet

Thu., April 25, 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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All About Jazz describes Kyle Nasser as possessing “superlative musicianship as a performer, writer and a bandleader…ardent creativity and urbane artistic composure!” He regularly plays at NYC’s most prestigious jazz venues including the Blue Note, Smalls, Iridium, 55 Bar, and others. He has shared the stage with jazz luminaries including Jim Hall, Hank Jones, and Ethan Iverson to name a few. Nasser’s latest album “Persistent Fancy” is “cerebral without being pretentious, gnarly but far from vulgar”, and explores “an ever-evolving terrain of advanced harmony and raw emotion!” says DownBeat.

Michelle Spinelli & Tomati ft Brian Rice

Fri., April 26, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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This Sao Paulo duo melds Brazilian music — from bossa nova, samba, jazz, and even rock — into a mesmerizing program that leaves listeners in a tropical trance of warm Brazilian beaches and cool samba vibes.

Kyle Nasser Quintet

Fri., April 26, 10 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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All About Jazz describes Kyle Nasser as possessing “superlative musicianship as a performer, writer and a bandleader…ardent creativity and urbane artistic composure!” He regularly plays at NYC’s most prestigious jazz venues including the Blue Note, Smalls, Iridium, 55 Bar, and others. He has shared the stage with jazz luminaries including Jim Hall, Hank Jones, and Ethan Iverson to name a few. Nasser’s latest album “Persistent Fancy” is “cerebral without being pretentious, gnarly but far from vulgar”, and explores “an ever-evolving terrain of advanced harmony and raw emotion!” says DownBeat.

Chuck Peterson Quintet

Fourth Friday of every month, 5:30 p.m.
Bird & Beckett 653 Chenery, San Francisco Twin Peaks/ Glen Park

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415-586-3733

Quinoa Co-Op

Fourth Friday of every month, 7:30 p.m.
Atlas Cafe 3049 20th St., San Francisco Mission/ Bernal Heights

LIVE JAZZ - MICHELLE SPINELLI & TOMATI FT. BRIAN RICE

Sat., April 27, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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This Sao Paulo duo melds Brazilian music — from bossa nova, samba, jazz, and even rock — into a mesmerizing program that leaves listeners in a tropical trance of warm Brazilian beaches and cool samba vibes.

Aterciopelados y Los Amigos Invisibles

Sat., April 27, 9-11 p.m.
The UC Theatre 2036 University Ave, Berkeley Downtown Berkeley

Buy Tickets$35.00


Aterciopelados, the pioneer Latin-American folk-rock group, returns after 8 years with their first long and live project entitled “Reluciente, Rechinante y Aterciopelado.” This CD+DVD is a compilation of the most representative songs of their repertoire that celebrates over two decades of their existence as a band. It features the participation of big names, such as Macaco, León Larregui (vocals for the Mexican group Zoé), Goyo (Chocquibtown) and Catalina García (Monsieur Periné). The group’s members, Andrea Echeverri and Héctor Buitrago, founded Aterciopelados in 1992 and achieved great success, both locally and internationally, thanks to a sound that was absolutely unique and 510-356-4000

LIVE JAZZ - KYLE NASSER QUINTET

Sat., April 27, 10 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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All About Jazz describes Kyle Nasser as possessing “superlative musicianship as a performer, writer and a bandleader…ardent creativity and urbane artistic composure!” He regularly plays at NYC’s most prestigious jazz venues including the Blue Note, Smalls, Iridium, 55 Bar, and others. He has shared the stage with jazz luminaries including Jim Hall, Hank Jones, and Ethan Iverson to name a few. Nasser’s latest album “Persistent Fancy” is “cerebral without being pretentious, gnarly but far from vulgar”, and explores “an ever-evolving terrain of advanced harmony and raw emotion!” says DownBeat.

Caffe Trieste Saturday Concert

Saturdays, 2 p.m.
Caffe Trieste 601 Vallejo, San Francisco North Beach/ Chinatown

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415-392-6739

Family Skate Session

Saturdays, 3-5:30 p.m.
Church of 8 Wheels 554 Fillmore, San Francisco Haight/ Fillmore

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All ages roller skating party with skate instructors available for kids. 415-752-1967

LIVE JAZZ - SHANNON RUGANI: “AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH EMPRESS!”

Sun., April 28, 7-8:15 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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EMPRESS’s poetic lyrics and soulful voice will transport you to a magical Stardust World, while she reveals her original music stripped down to voice and piano. Shannon (aka EMPRESS) is an American singer, songwriter, composer, dancer, and actress who brings all her artistic passions together in this special intimate performance. Her music began on the keyboard at age 4. From there, she blossomed into a professional dancer who was one of the youngest members of San Francisco Ballet. After 10 years with SF Ballet, she performed in the Tony Award winning production of An American in Paris as a company

Redwood Day School Showcase

Sun., April 28, 7-9 p.m.

Buy TicketsTickets are $10 General / $5 for Redwood Day Students/Faculty/Staff.

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The Redwood Day School Rock Band program started small. In the spring of 2001, the band boasted four students and one faculty member. The next year nine students signed up, and the faculty member took on the role of “director” – the performers would be students only from now on! During the ensuing years, the levels of both interest and talent have exploded, and now auditions, multiple performances, and recording projects are all part of the program. Today, the school has four Middle School bands, involving more than 35 students. 510-525-5054

SHANNON RUGANI: “AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH EMPRESS!”

Sun., April 28, 9-10:15 p.m.
Black Cat 400 Eddy St, San Francisco Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin

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EMPRESS’s poetic lyrics and soulful voice will transport you to a magical Stardust World, while she reveals her original music stripped down to voice and piano. Shannon (aka EMPRESS) is an American singer, songwriter, composer, dancer, and actress who brings all her artistic passions together in this special intimate performance. Her music began on the keyboard at age 4. From there, she blossomed into a professional dancer who was one of the youngest members of San Francisco Ballet. After 10 years with SF Ballet, she performed in the Tony Award winning production of An American in Paris as a company

Brunch with Elias Nagash: Elias Nagash

Sundays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Top of the Mark One Nob Hill, 999 California, San Francisco Nob Hill/ Russian Hill/ Fisherman's Wharf

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415-616-6916

Lindy in the Park

Sundays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Golden Gate Park San Francisco, San Francisco Richmond (Outer)

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Free weekly swing dancing on JFK Drive between 8th & 10th Avenues (weather permitting). 415-831-2700

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