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Queen of Bounce Big Freedia heads up online 2020 San Francisco Pride festivities

Betty Who, David Hernandez, Dorian Electra, Kidd Kenn also to appear

Sheetal Singh re-emerges as Forest Bees

East Bay mom releases ethereal debut solo recording

Friends join Nicole Atkins on soulful ‘Italian Ice’

Singer-songwriter releases album and shares concerts, art online

Community Music Center kicks off virtual Field Day

Festive annual performance marathon raises funds for scholarships

May Day for the Arts promotes South Bay pavilion project

Friends of Levitt Pavilion San Jose hosts community concert

Tim Burgess hosts fun online listening bashes

Charlatans UK frontman keeping busy during new solo album release

Butch Walker’s many influences fuel ‘American Love Story’

In-demand producer’s rock opera is touching, ambitious

Houseparty app hosts Katy Perry, Keegan-Michael Key, Alicia Keys

‘Experiential’ online event series features dozens of stars

83rd Stern Grove canceled due to pandemic

S.F. free summer concert series called off for first time in history

Houses of Heaven debuts with ‘Silent Places’

Oakland trio fuses industrial, techno, shoegaze, dub on new album

Angry Lucinda Williams takes on world’s sorry state

Singer-songwriter gets political in new album ‘Good Souls Better Angels’

Noise Pop’s new streaming concerts benefit local business

K.Flay, Rogue Wave first acts appearing in twice-a-week series

Former Runaways Cherie Currie out with new solo album

Currie’s stature in rock history is nicely mapped out

Bay Area metal band members experienced COVID-19 first hand

Testament vocalist Chuck Billy and Exodus guitarist Gary Holt were among 10 band members and crew infected

John Prine, revered singer-songwriter, dies of COVID-19 complications at 73

John Prine, who traded his job as a Chicago mail carrier to…

Burger Boogaloo moved to Halloween weekend

Annual music festival hosted by John Waters to feature Bikini Kill, Circle Jerks

Clannad’s ‘In a Lifetime’ world tour on hold

Celtic band’s new release is a 50-year career retrospective

Green Day’s still vexed about planet’s sorry state

New album asks, How do you start a party as the world crumbles?

Live Nation, AEG ‘recommend’ postponing large events

Major entertainment promoters call for halt to upcoming big shows

Stephan Jenkins takes on the world in ‘Screamer’

New Third Eye Blind album addresses climate change, police brutality