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Freestyle Jam 2019

The Freestyle Jam performed live in front of a packed house at Golden 1 Center on April 12th. The Pacific Music Group brought together 10 incredible Freestyle artists from the past all under one roof for one amazing evening of music, dancing and memories.Starting off the evening was Connie. She brought the crowd to party […]

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The Revolution

The Revolution keeps Prince’s music alive. Prince’s former backing band made its fifth and most recent Bay Area appearance. The Revolution performed in San Francisco’s Fillmore on January 20th. The Revolution kept the sold out venue patiently waiting. The show started by an hour later than scheduled, Once the band got going, it the long waited […]

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Hiroshima Returns To Yoshi’s

As they approach 40 years into their career, no one’s yet been able to match the signature sound of the Asian-influenced jazz band Hiroshima. Featuring the extraordinary koto virtuoso, June Kuramoto — noted by bassist Stanley Clarke as the world’s greatest — the ensemble seamlessly integrates traditional Japanese instruments into its smooth-as-silk blend of R&B, pop, rock, funk, salsa […]

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Being on her own, by Robyn

A Red Bulletin chat with the Swedish singer as she releases her new album. On October 26, Robyn will release her first album in eight years – Honey. The Swedish singer likes to do things on her own terms, deciding on her schedule and working with a wide range of artists, from successful chart-pop producer […]

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Grammy Awards Performers announced

The Recording Academy™ has announced the first group of artists to perform on this year’s  60th Annual GRAMMY Awards®. Taking the stage on Music’s Biggest Night® will be current nominee Childish Gambino; GRAMMY® winner and current nominee Lady Gaga; GRAMMY winners and current nominees Little Big Town; GRAMMY winner and current nominee P!nk; and, in […]

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Joshua Tree Tour

Bullet trains, blue skies and 64-degree weather comprised the initial ingredients of the Silicon Valley version of U2’s much-anticipated “The Joshua Tree Tour 2017”. Add in a sea of predominantly black-dressed 40-somethings, some of whom took the day off to make the trip to Santa Clara, and a pinch of their kids (and I say […]