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Friday, February 7, 2014

Music Links: Bottle Rock Napa Valley Goes Bankrupt

Posted By on Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 4:40 PM

Don't stop believing: Steve Perry might just return to Journey. (Here's the band in 1980.)
  • Don't stop believing: Steve Perry might just return to Journey. (Here's the band in 1980.)

Original Bottle Rock Napa Valley (not this year's group) "booked too much talent at too high a price," goes bankrupt. [Napa Valley Register]

Biffy Clyro, the U.K.'s No. 1 band, gets set to take S.F., America. [The Bay Bridged]

Steve Perry wants to play with Journey again. Hallelujah. [NBC's the City]

The condo complex that could, one day, maybe, perhaps, possibly replace the Elbo Room, if what the club's current owner says is wrong, as one site claims it is. [Mission Mission]

Bay Area residents remember when the Beatles came to America. [SJ Merc]


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