Great American Music Hall
Travis Hayes has a heartfelt acoustic sound that stays with you. If you want your girlfriend to miss you while she’s on vacation send her Love Songs, sung by Travis and Emily Whitehurst. A vocal duo whose harmony sounds as natural together as it is brutal on the ol’ heart strings.
This shit is hella fun. I MC’d the event last year. It’s amazing how dapper some of these SF fellas look when they are all cleaned up. Anyways, here is all the pertinent info. Go here if you’d like to purchase tickets. Otherwise enter below. The Bold Italic’s celebration of
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
There’s a lot going on at this super cool event so I’m just gonna copy and paste the info. You don’t really care anyways right? I mean you’re just like “Enough with the babbling Stuart! Give me those damn tickets already!” you can enter at the bottom of the post.
I’m really glad I saw this because I didn’t realize The Pains of Being Pure at Heart had a new album out! The band is playing a sold-out show at Great American Music Hall tonight for $17, so if you were too cheap and/or lazy to buy tickets, you can still
Sometimes in the middle of the day you find yourself sitting in your cubicle watching YouTube videos of cute animals instead of working (or so I hear from people who have gainful employment) and wishing you had evening plans to look forward to. Here are a bevy of musical events
Not to be outdone by places like The Independent and The Park Chalet, Great American Music Hall really wants to get in on this free movie night thing, and what better way to start off a movie series in classic San Francisco venue than with another SF classic: Alfred Hitchcock’s
Rogue Wave loves you, that’s obvious because tonight’s show at Great American Music Hall is the second FREE show they’ve played in the Bay Area in the past 3 months. There’s a slight catch to this one though – you’ll have to drop by Philz Coffee on 24th St in
I was tipped off to this interview opportunity with Sean Bones a few weeks back through an email saying he was opening for Dr. Dog. I love Dr. Dog, so a chance to get some nicely discounted tickets was all the incentive I needed to agree to try out new