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Nick Jonas fans answer the call at AT&T store

When Nick Jonas grabbed the mike stand on Saturday, Jan. 20, he told the crowd he was going to try out his new comedy routine — it is SF Sketchfest week after all. But while the multitalented Jonas [Read entire story]

For comic Jo Koy, family humor trumps politics

Jo Koy is on a mission to break the mold — but don’t expect him to get too political onstage even though he was raised by an immigrant mother. In an era of Trump-isms, with the president tweeting [Read entire story]

New York Times commercial highlights journalism during Golden Globes 2018

The New York Times took a moment to remind everyone that journalism — including print journalism — is very much alive and still driving change, during one of the biggest nights in Hollywood. The [Read entire story]

Emily Haines returns to SF with Metric for New Year’s Eve

Emily Haines brought her unique show (part black box theater, part rock concert) to San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall this month in support of “Choir of the Mind,” Haines’ first solo album since 2006. [Read entire story]

High Sunn goes from lo-fi to the live stage

What started out as a 14-year-old’s dream has shaped up to be a fun musical journey — and it’s only just taking off. Justin Cheromiah began recording music in his bedroom at his San Bruno home, [Read entire story]

Hundred Waters observes Ghost Ship fire anniversary during SF show

As many in the Bay Area reflected on the anniversary of the Ghost Ship fire over the weekend, Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon and Zach Tetreault of Hundred Waters took the time to honor the more than 30 artists and musicians [Read entire story]

Limited number of BottleRock 2018 tickets to be sold in December

Just in time for the holidays, BottleRock Napa Valley officials announced they will be releasing a limited number of three-day passes next month for Wine Country’s biggest outdoor music festival. [Read entire story]

What you need to know for Band Together Bay Area

Bundle up and get there early — that’s the advice for those heading to AT&T Park on Thursday, Nov. 9, for Band Together Bay Area, the mega concert and fundraiser for those affected by the October wildfires that [Read entire story]

Wolves to bring black metal to Cornerstone

Formed by brothers Aaron and Nathan Weaver in 2003, Wolves in the Throne Room has paved its own way in the black metal scene, melding roaring guitar and ambient synth sounds. In the band’s latest album, “Thrice [Read entire story]

Luther Burbank Center damaged by fire, remains closed

The Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa remains closed as the Wine Country fires continue to rage in the North Bay. The center, which has served as an entertainment hub to the community for [Read entire story]

Journalists recall their first time

Your first time can be awkward. You might even wish you could forget it all together. Well, as the journalists at The Chronicle know, it’s not easy to just delete what’s been written. [Read entire story]

Adam Levine fumbles, but manages to still wow fans during Shoreline concert

Adam Levine is a pro. But even professionals need a do-over every once in a while. “The Voice” mentor and Maroon 5 frontman seemed to phone it in early on during a concert Thursday, Sept. 28, at [Read entire story]

Autumn Moon Festival in SF Chinatown

The streets of San Francisco will be crawling with lions dancing to the beat of the drum as the city’s Chinatown celebrates the annual Autumn Moon Festival on Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 30-Oct. 1. A [Read entire story]

Boys band is reimagined with Brockhampton

The members of Brockhampton are living out their 21st century fairy tale, coming together on the Internet and IRL to become one of hip-hop’s rising acts. The collective is out to redefine the all-American boy band, [Read entire story]

Enjoy a summer Do-Over at S.F. block party

Visitors to San Francisco in the summertime often discover the truth of the old line, “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” But if they’d only stick around through [Read entire story]

Vespertine Circus pays tribute to ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

The Vespertine Circus pays tribute to cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” by giving it a whimsical twist — and, to be clear, this is not a movie screening. Instead, the Oakland independent [Read entire story]

Jorja Smith a soulful jet-setter at 20

Jorja Smith can’t legally get a drink at U.S. bars, but that doesn’t mean the London singer is too young to make her mark in the neo-soul/R&B scene. This year alone, the 20-year-old has been featured on Drake’s [Read entire story]

Outside Lands bands acknowledge Virginia tragedy

Shortly after the gates opened for the second day of Outside Lands, news of the violence in Virginia began to spread across Golden Gate Park. Early afternoon performers Joseph — the Oregon folk trio made up of sisters [Read entire story]

Outside Lands 2017: A Tribe Called Quest set postponed till Saturday

[...] the legendary hip-hop crew is set to play the festival at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12 on the Twin Peaks stage. The news came midway through the first day of Outside Lands on Friday, via an alert that went out to [Read entire story]

Another chance to see Kendrick Lamar

Lamar, on tour in support of the double-platinum-selling album “Damn,” returns for shows in San Jose on Saturday, Aug. 12, and Sacramento on Sunday, Aug. 13, with openers YG and D.R.A.M. Expect Lamar as his alter-ego [Read entire story]