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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

This Week: Ariel Pink's Rent Bill, Paul McCartney's Guitar Player, and Mob Figaz' Spiritual Side

Posted By on Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 8:13 AM

Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
  • Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
In the print section this week, Dan Weiss finds out why Ariel Pink is happy to discuss his personal finances but not his personal life, and discovers the dude has a penchant for saying too much. Meanwhile, David MacFadden-Elliott talks to longtime Paul McCartney Band guitarist Rusty Anderson about how he encountered Paul, and what it's like to play with towering musical figures like the ex-Beatle, Elton John, Ozzy Osbourne, and Santana. Oh -- and our Tamara Palmer heard straight from the Jacka himself that his Bay-born rap group Mob Figaz are trying to balance a street edge with their spiritual (read: Muslim) side.

Lastly: make yourself aware of the Donkeys and Deerhoof playing at Bottom of the Hill Thursday (if you're lucky enough to have tickets -- it's way sold out), and the Ghostly International electronic showcase with Mux Mool and others thumping Mezzanine on Friday.

Following us @SFAllShookDown is not over, no matter what Prince says.

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