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Adestria Metal | Hardcore, Rock
Adhima Hip-Hop & Rap, Reggae & Ska
Adriana Smith and Ghost in the Graveyard Rock
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Adrian Liu Classical
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Adrienne Nims & Spirit Wind Jazz
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AEPNIA Rock
Aerodrone Pop, Rock
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Local Music News

Peninsula Singers

The vocal group with 60 active singing members will tour in Ireland in June 2018.

Stone Temple Pilots

On November 14, they debuted their new singer Jeff Gutt, known from seasons two and three of TV's X Factor (where he earned acclaim for his cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"), at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, during a show for SiriusXM listeners.

Cloudside

"Due to schedule conflicts and other common hurdles bands face, Cloudside will be moving forward with a new lineup," says frontman Jeffrey Jackson.

Rocket from the Crypt

The reunited band will embark on a 10-day European tour on November 30, along with local tourmates the Schizophonics.

Jason Mraz

He's currently appearing in a Broadway production of Waitress, composed by his friend Sara Bareilles, playing lovelorn singing gynaecologist Dr Pomatter.

Rob Crow

Crow collaborated with Sacramento-based math rockers Tera Melos on a videogame-themed video for the track “Warpless Run,” off their seventh album Trash Generator.

Wavves

The new garage pop single “Up and Down” is a collaboration between Wavves and Bay Area band Culture Abuse.

Scottsville Squirrel Barkers

Chris Hillman's pre-Byrds/Flying Burrito Brothers/Desert Rose Band is heavily featured in Rick Bowman’s film Banjos, Bluegrass & Squirrel Barkers, chronicling San Diego's bluegrass scene from the 1960s through today.

Lindsay Perry

Her EP The Dark Revival, written over a two-year period and produced by Patrick Pickslay, hit #1 on the iTunes Blues chart, and her song “Cheers” was recently heard on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.

The Gloomies

Their new single, "Space," features Madeline Follin of Cults and is mixed by Cults songwriter Brian Oblivion, with additional assistance by producer-engineer Shane Stoneback.

The Loons

Burger Records has a new cassette compilation, Diamonds, Garbage and Gold - The Best of The Loons. "We took the album title from one of our song titles, which seems fitting for a Best Of collection," says Anja Stax.

Douglas Foxworthy

The Pacific Records COO and creator and founder of the San Diego Walk of Fame has passed away.

Buck-O-Nine

The reggae rockers released a video for “Don't Be Afraid” featuring plenty of skulls and bones, from a Cleopatra Records Halloween Compilation containing the band's first new music since 2007’s Sustain.

Stick Figure

With a new video for "Above the Storm," the reggae rockers will embark on a U.S. tour that opens at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA, on January 17 and wraps at Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas on February 9.

Marie Haddad

Her song "Wishing Well" was heard on Lifetime's TV series Dance Moms, during a season 7 episode 24 routine featuring dancer Lilliana.

The Oxen

Drummer Matt Nelson has announced he's leaving the band, following the departure of bassist James Molden, who played his last show with the group at the Casbah on May 4.

Prayers

They teamed with original members of goth rockers Christian Death for a new single, “Cursed Be Thy Blessings.”

Louis XIV

Frontman Jason Hill scored a soundtrack gig scoring music for David Fincher’s new 1970s-set Netflix series Mindhunter.

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