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Friday, October 28, 2011

Music Links: The Night 20 Years Ago That Bill Graham Died, Tim Armstrong Working with Jimmy Cliff, and More

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A chilling first-person account of the night, 20 years ago, that Bay Area concert promoter Bill Graham died in a helicopter crash. [SF Gate]

Rancid's Tim Armstrong is producing the next Jimmy Cliff EP. [SF Examiner]

Watch S.F.'s Two Gallants discuss their return and new music, and see a live show from Chicago. [The Bay Bridged]

Hear a punishing new track from fast-talkin' Oakland rapper (and friend of Kreayshawn) DB Tha General, from one of the three new projects he's putting out next year. [Thizzler]

Saturday at the Knockout, it's the Cramps versus the Smithsfits. We know whose side we're on -- and it ain't the same one as the Morrissey fanboys. [Mission Mission]


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