The Axeman Cometh: Charlie Hunter Bay Area product Charlie Hunter returns to his old stomping grounds May 14-16 for a three-day stopover at Yoshi's San Francisco. The trouble with Charlie has always been that he's too damn talented and prolific for his own good. Contemporary jazz guitarists don't g ... More >>
Fogshack Music Vol. 1 (In the Pocket Records)
Friends Seen and Unseen|Latitude
The Dresden Dolls bring their Brechtian cabaret to the Great American Music Hall
What's that you say? You've forgotten that this town has an immense, thriving jazz scene? Well, shame on you.
Despite a Grammy, T.J. Kirk quit in '97. Now the jazz-fusion quartet returns.
Ultra. Chilled 03
Martin Luther wants to save your soul -- music, that is
A galaxy-spanning journey through space and sound!
Scott Amendola is a rare bird -- a jazz drummer who writes his own material and leads his own band
Week of June 12, 2002
Week of May 29, 2002
Is jazz dead? Local experts search for signs of life.
Mos Def adds positive new dimensions to hip hop
The Baguette Quartette keeps French accordion music alive -- with a little help from Gypsies, tramps, and thieves
Jack West & Curvature offer ultrasvelte "progressive acoustic jazz"
Famed drummer Mike Clark plays the Fillmore
Scott Amendola Band
The organizers of the North Beach Jazz Festival take pride in revitalizing their musical neighborhood and in not being like that other local jazz fest
Jazz guitarist Charlie Hunter revisits the Bay Area, energized and uncorrupted by the bustle of New York City
The Tin Hat Trio's unclassifiable music spans the globe, which is just the way they like it