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The 16th Annual SF Weekly Music Awards 

Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, at 8 p.m. at the SF Weekly Warfield

Performances by


Rogue Wave

Federation featuring the Animaniakz

Parchman Farm

Bing Ji Ling and Tommy Guerrero

Mitch Marcus Quintet

The El Cerrito High School Marching Band

MCs: Killing My Lobster


Bing Ji Ling, ice cream pimp

J Boogie, DJ, KUSF

Cory Brown, owner, Absolutely Kosher Records

Tony Carracci, owner, Pound-SF

Cip, owner, Underground SF

Tony Espinoza, owner, SF Soundworks Studio

Tommy Guerrero, mustachioed mogul

Travis Hellyer, talent booker, Mezzanine

Hooman, DJ, Alice Radio

Garrett Kamps, janitor, SF Weekly

Beth Lissick, author

Pete Mar, DJ, Live 105

Alistair Monroe, founder, North Beach Jazz Festival

Naomi Salazar, event coordinator, Amoeba Music

Ren Salgado, promoter, True Skool

Monica Serrano, talent booker, Pound-SF

Nick Tangborn, cock-knocker, owner,

Jackpine Social Club Records

Benjie Watterson, DJ, KALX

Special thanks to the following

Our sponsors: Live 105, SF, Fernet-Branca, Seagram’s Vodka, Cabo Wabo Tequila, Heineken USA, and Amstel Light

The production team at BGP

The 2005 Music Awards Nomination Committee

Our friends at Idle Hand Tattoo Studio, Askew Grill, Sushi Rock, La Parilla, Hooker’s Gumbo Shack, and Showtime Limousine Services

SF Weekly Music Awards 2005 Staff

Executive Producer: Chris Keating

Producer: M. Johanna Lopez-Miyaki

Associate Producer: Logan Hale

Production Assistants: Greg Duncan and Cheryl Burckle

Program Editor: Garrett Kamps

Program Contributors: the unflappable Justin F. Farrar, the redoubtable Michael Alan Goldberg, the venerable Tamara Palmer, the very well-groomed Mike Rowell, the scorchingly hot Dan Strachota

Copy Editor: Deborah Lewis

Layout Editor: Jenny McElhiney

Art Director: Darrick Rainey

Video Visuals: Kevin Quatman and James Olness

Web Producer: Bryan Dunlap

Music Account Executive: Aaron Serrao

**Tickets will be available at the SF Weekly Warfield box office on the day of the show


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