Pop Music

Meg and Dia take second chances

Duo on tour with comeback ‘Happysad’

Dorothy frontwoman OK waiting for big break

Vocalist, songwriter tours with her hard-rock heroes

Wombats’ Matthew Murphy goes solo with Love Fame Tragedy

English musician busy with new SoCal life

Elton John bids a fond farewell in epic show

Captain Fantastic covers long career in Chase Center concert

Gruff Rhys sings in Welsh on ‘Pang’

Super Furry Animals’ rocker collaborates well with producer Muzi on solo album

No sibling rivalry with Brother Brothers

Adam, David Moss in harmony on debut CD

Madonna to play S.F.’s Golden Gate Theatre

Madame X tour concerts slated for Oct. 31, Nov. 2, Nov. 4

S&M2 opens Chase Center with grandeur

Metallica, San Francisco Symphony reunite in big show

Dierks Bentley recharges during flight

Country star enjoys seeing the country from the sky

Mike Love remembers George Harrison

Beach Boys, Beatles were ‘mutual admiration society’

Andy Grammer keeps positive on ‘Naive’

Songsmith stays the course on fourth album

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass adds fencing, security checks in response to recent shootings

Free music festival in Golden Gate Park bans coolers, restricts backpacks

The Bird and the Bee tackle Van Halen in another eclectic tribute

Inara George, Greg Kurstin keep busy making new music

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Pop Music

New Chase Center brings big acts to SF, yet smaller spots have lots to offer, too

For Empath, friendship is the great creative spark

Philadelphia noise rockers thrive on collaboration

Seratones’ A.J. Haynes teaches lessons in soul

Singer-guitarist in town with new album ‘Power’

Musical Youth founder tells true story of ‘Pass the Dutchie’

Chart-topping tune is really about a cooking pot

Yoga enlightens, heals Crash Test Dummies’ Brad Roberts

Frontman records album of ‘scary’ mantras

Ceremony is back with ‘Spirit World’

Frontman Ross Farrar melds poetry, post-punk

Rocks off! Rolling Stones sound great in Santa Clara

No Filter tour serves up classic hits