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Holly Bowling’s Piano Jams

The pianist interprets Phish and the Grateful Dead.

The pianist interprets Phish and the Grateful Dead. Read story.

Aan’s Bud Wilson Talks Dealing with Darkness

Portland Band Plays Funzone After Heavy Few Years

The Portland band plays the Funzone after a heavy few years. Read story.

Side Notes Session with Erisy Watt

Singer Performs "Thailand Song" Read story.

Mark Childs Celebrates 25 Years

B’nai B’rith Cantor Reflects On Two Decades of Service

The B’nai B’rith cantor reflects on two decades of service. Read story.

Switchfoot Plays the Arlington

Switchfoot Plays the Arlington

The rock band dares us to move with its 10th record, ‘Where the Light Shines Through.’ Read story.

Gavin DeGraw Rocks the Granada

Singer/Songwriter Plays Kids Helping Kids Benefit Concert

Singer/songwriter plays Kids Helping Kids benefit concert. Read story.

Dr. Curtis Roads Wins 2016 Giga-Hertz Award

UCSB Composer and Researcher Praised for Electronic Music Innovations

The UCSB composer and researcher wins praise for his electronic music innovations. Read story.

Side Notes Session with Glen Phillips

Singer Performs "Leaving Old Town" from 'Swallowed by the New' Read story.

Go to Hale Holds a Bob Dylan Celebration

Lobero Film Series Continues with Dylan 30th Anniversary Film

The Lobero Theatre film series continues with a Bob Dylan 30th-anniversary concert film. Read story.

Dawes Singer Taylor Goldsmith Talks Storytelling

Songwriter Explains His Upbringing, the Music Business, and More

The songwriter explains his upbringing, the music business, and more on the verge of his January 14 show. Read story.

Brian Setzer Orchestra at the Granada

Stray Cat Setzer Rocks Granada for Christmas

Stray Cat Setzer rocked the Granada with a Christmas orchestra Read story.

The Regrettes Revisit Velvet Jones with New Material

Singer Lydia Night Talks 'Feel Your Feelings, Fool'

Singer Lydia Night talks 'Feel Your Feelings, Fool.' Read story.

Rolling Stones Release ‘Blue & Lonesome’

New Record Consists of 12 Blues Covers

The new record consists of 12 blues covers and is the strongest release since 1981’s ‘Tattoo You.’ Read story.

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Anarchy from the Ukuleles at UCSB

There’s anarchy from the ukuleles at UCSB Read story.

Omar Velasco & Friends Hold Totem Benefit

Second Annual Festival of Friends Features Nate Salman, Sierra Reeves, and Jeremy Reineck

The second annual Festival of Friends features Nate Salman, Sierra Reeves, and Jeremy Reineck. Read story.

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