Intune

This is my blog of live local music listings around the Bay Area. Find out what’s happening, whose playing music and the venues that feature live music!!. .

Tonight’s Featured Performers!!
The Pickpocket Ensemble!!!
Revolution Cafe
3248 22nd St, San Francisco
8:30 PM-11:30 PM Showtime.. No Cover Charge..

If you want to see some live Music tonight some suggestions are

Revolution Cafe 3248 22nd St, San Francisco 8:30 PM-11:30 PM Showtime..Inspired by many world musical traditions, The Pickpocket Ensemble inhabit a country all their own. Original and fresh, this quintet creates a contemporary chamber café music that moves both body and soul. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Bar Fluxus 18 Harlan Pl, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:30 AM Showtime. Vibrason is another great band out of the Bay Area. Very reminiscent of some of the Cal Tjader bands. Highly recommended.. $10 Cover Charge.

Le Colonial 20 Cosmo Pl, San Francisco 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime. Le Hot Jazz.. The spirit of Django is alive and well in San Francisco. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!! N/C

Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa St, San Francisco 9:00 PM-11:30 PM Showtime… 29th Street Swingtet is another of my local favorite ensembles. I love that their music is heavily influenced by Django Reinhardt but includes all sorts of flavors in their original compositions – blending gypsy jazz, swing, bebop, latin, blues and touches of pop music. Highly recommended!! $10 Cover Charge

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 8:00 PM Showtime.. Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee J.D. Souther is “one of the most celebrated songwriters of his generatio.n Raised on a steady diet of big band and jazz during his childhood, Souther has routinely returned to that music—as well as the genius songwriters of the early 20th century (Gershwin, Cole Porter)—for inspiration. On his latest studio album, Tenderness, Souther combines these musical threads, striking a perfect balance between understated jazz and the ineffable pop narratives that have been the backbone of much of his greatest work.. Highly recommended!! $39-$65 Cover Charge.

Looking Into The Future

October

17th Bimbos Tom Morello- The Underground Atlas
17th Kuumbwa Jazz Center Presents John Scofield Combo
17th The Fox Oakland Tom Misch
18th The Fox Oakland St. Paul & The Broken Bones
18th The Backroom Tracy Grammer
18th The Chapel Lee “Scratch” Perry
19th The Fox Oakland St. Paul & The Broken Bones
20th Bill Graham Auditorium Arctic Monkeys
21st Bill Graham Auditorium Arctic Monkeys
21st SF Jazz John Scofield’s Combo 66
22nd The Fillmore Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
25th The Freight & Salvage The Subdudes
25th The Fox Oakland Pat Metheny
25th The Backroom San Francisco International Boogie-Woogie Festival
25th Great American Music Hall MarchFourth
26th The Freight & Salvage Ron Miles Circuit Rider Trio
27th The Fox Oakland The Devil Makes Three
28th Sweetwater Music Hall Bernard Purdie’s Party
28th The Chapel The Sadies
31st Great American Music Hall Mac Sabbath
31st The Fillmore The B-52s

November

1st The Fillmore The B-52s
2nd The Chapel NRBQ
5th Slims Donna The Buffalo
5th Sweetwater Music Hall Tab Benoit
5th The UC Theatre The Milk Carton Kids
8th SF Jazz Kenny Barron With Regina Carter, Terri Lyne Carrington & Eddie Henderson
8th The Warfield Greensky Bluegrass
10th The Freight & Salvage 7th Annual Banjo Extravenganza
14th The Freight & Salvage Richie Furay-Deliverin’
14th The Fox Oakland Van Morrison
15th The Fox Oakland Van Morrison
15th The Warfield Blues Traveler
15th SF Masonic Joan Baez
17th The Fox Oakland Joan Baez
18th The Fox Oakland Joan Baez
23rd The Freight & Salvage Tuck Patti
23rd SF Jazz Dorado Schmidt & The Django All-Stars
24th SF Jazz Dorado Schmidt & The Django All-Stars
25th SF Jazz Dorado Schmidt & The Django All-Stars
25th The Freight & Salvage Kim Nalley & Tammy Hall Pay Respect To Aretha Franklin
29th The Fox Oakland Tasha Sultana
30th The Fox Oakland Tasha Sultana

December

1st SF Masonic Elvis Costello & The Imposters
1st SF Jazz Laurie Anderson Songs For Men
2nd SF Jazz Laurie Anderson: Scenes From My Radio Play
3rd Kuumbwa Jazz Center Steve Gadd Band
3rd The Fox Oakland Neko Case
3rd Bill Graham Civic Center Nine Inch Nails & The Jesus and Mary Chain
4th Bill Graham Civic Center Nine Inch Nails & The Jesus and Mary Chain
5th War Memorial Opera House Rosanne Cash & Ry Cooder
6th War Memorial Opera House Rosanne Cash & Ry Cooder
6th The UC Theatre La Santa Cecilla
7th The Fillmore Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul
8th SF Masonic She & Him
10th Kuumbwa Jazz Center Mike Stern-Dave Weckl Band
11th Rio Theatre Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
12th The Fox Oakland Kurt Vile and The Violators
13th Freight & Salvage Peter Yarrow & Noel Paul Stookey
13th SF Jazz Joey Alexander Trio
14th SF Jazz Joey Alexander Trio
14th The Freight & Salvage Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
14th The Fillmore Chris Robinson Brotherhood
15th The Fillmore Chris Robinson Brotherhood
15th The Freight & Salvage Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn
15th SF Jazz Joey Alexander Trio
16th SF Jazz Joey Alexander Trio
16th The Freight & Salvage Kurt Eliing Quartet
16th The Fillmore Chris Robindon Brotherhood
17th The Fox Oakland Tenacious D
18th The Fox Oakland Tenacious D
18th The Freight & Salvage The Christmas Jug Band
20th SF Jazz Marcus Shelby Orchesta Plays Duke Ellington’s Nutcraker Suite
20th The Freight & Salvage Holiday review With The John Santos Quartet
21st The Fox Oakland John Legend
21st SF Jazz Adam Shulman: A Charlie Brown Christmas
21st The Freight & Salvage The David Grisman Sextet
22nd The Freight & Salvage The David Grisman Sextet
22nd SF Jazz Adam Shulman: A Charlie Brown Christmas
22nd SF Jazz Blind Boys Of Alabama
23rd SF Jazz Blind Boys Of Alabama
28th SF Jazz Maceo Parker
29th SF Jazz Maceo Parker
29th The Freight & Salvage Hot Tuna Acoustic
30th The Freight & Salvage Hot Tuna Electric
30th SF Jazz Maceo Parker
31st The Freight & Salvage Hot Tuna Electric
31st SF Jazz Maceo Parker

If you at looking for something to do today you may want to check out..

Global Bass & Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Night at Underground Nomads located at 1192 Folsom, San Francisco. Join the Bay Area’s most eclectic DJs breaking barriers of genre and culture with World Music, including bhangra, Balkan, Latin and middle eastern music, plus live Bhangra and belly dancing performances, and tribal and bass DJ sets. Resident DJs include DJ Amar, Santero, Suresh, Dulce Vita and Sep with dance performances featuring Bay Area local favorites and guest dancers from around the world. They’ll often have amazing talent from Europe, South America, Asia and across North America. 8:00 PM-Midnight $5 Cover Charge.

The San Francisco Dungeon Exclusive Halloween Seances Summoning The Dead will offer guided séances, offering visitors an uncanny glimpse of the spirits lurking beneath mediums can liaise between the living and the dead, through mediums providing rare revelations and spooky insights from beyond the grave. The seances run form noon to 7:00 PM at The San Francisco Dungeon located at 145 Jefferson Street in San Francisco.

Listen To The Radio

If you are at work, out and about today or at home and are able to stream I highly suggest checking out WWOZ starting at 7:00 AM with a great two hours of music with Traditional Jazz with Leslie Cooper .

Following Leslie at 9:00 AM is a great program of rock, funk, Jamaican soul, and jazz The New Orleans Music Show hosted by Cole Williams.

At Noon Mark Stone takes over the airwaves with Soul Serenade one of the best blues programs this side of the Milky Way.

Following Mark at 2:00 PM is one of my very favorite jazz programs on the air Jazz From The French Market With T.R. Johnson..

Following Jazz From The French Market is another three hours of great music programming with 50’s R&B hosted by Neil Pellerin.

This evening at 8:00 PM check out KPFA 94.1 for Bebop Cubop and the Musical Truth two hours of jazz, world music, afro cuban and Latin sounds hosted by Avotcja. Highly Recommended!!

Video Pick Of The Week!!

The Allen Toussaint Touch is a documentary that gives a charming portrait and unique access to the very private man behind some of the best-loved songs of the twentieth century – New Orleans songwriter and producer, Allen Toussaint.