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concerts & gigs (The Oregonian)
All area codes are 503 unless noted. Advance ticket prices are subject to service charges. Malajube: This pop-rock quintet from Canada reminds us that even if you don't speak French, and so can't understand most of this band's lyrics, music can communicate raw feeling in a language all its own.
Shay Quillen: Santa Cruz's Attic manages to lure top acts (San Jose Mercury N...
Anytime you can't get tickets for your favorite band in San Francisco, or just don't want to deal with the traffic and parking hassle, you might want to check whether they're also playing at Santa Cruz's cozy Attic.
Entertainment calendar (San Jose Mercury News)
POP MUSIC, ETC. Major Bay Area concerts Feb. 22 Jaguares. 8:30 The Catalyst Club, 1011 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz. $51, $47 advance; $2 from the cost of each goes to Amnesty International. (866) 384-3060, http://catalyst.inhouse tickets.com.
Events calendar for week of Feb. 22-28 (The San Luis Obispo Tribune)
Chocolate Fantasia. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday. Evening includes chocolate tastings, wine pairings and live music by Incendio. Pre-registration required. Ages 18 and older. Centennial Park Ballroom, 600 Nickerson Drive, Paso Robles. $10. 237-3988.
Music Listings (San Francisco Bay Guardian)
Music listings are compiled by Duncan Scott Davidson. The music interns are Nathan Baker and Elaine Santore. Since club life is unpredictable, it's a good idea to call ahead to confirm bookings and hours. Prices are listed when provided to us.
Hayden brings human jukebox act to Gruene (The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung)
Rodney Hayden returns to Gruene Hall at 6 p.m. Thursday for another free acoustic show. Hayden is a virtual human jukebox who can pull countless classic country tunes from his hat or entertain the crowd with one of the many great original songs he?s written throughout the years.
FRESH (San Francisco Chronicle)
CLASSICAL MUSIC San Francisco Symphony Chinese New Year Celebration featuring pianist Peng Peng, Davies Symphony Hall (Sat.). EVENT Benefit for ? and the Mysterians, whose leader, Rudy Martinez, lost his house in a fire. With SLA, the...
Listen Up!: Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, George Winston, Lotus (Fort W...
Bob Seger isn't really making a comeback. To do that, first you have to go away. But even though it has been a decade and some change since Seger came through this area with his longtime Silver Bullet Band, his music has been with us via truck commercials, various films and FM radio.
Dances with campers (Austin American-Statesman)
Boy meets girl remains a ritual event at two camps on the Guadalupe River. HUNT ? Boys aren't supposed to like dances. But by lunchtime at Camp Stewart, the guys are so excited they're buzzing like mosquitoes.
Sizzling shows this weekend (Orange Leader)
By Tommy Mann Jr. There is more than plenty to hear and see this weekend whether you are a Mardi Gras fan or not, so choose wisely and have a great week.
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