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Bank Club to Close in January as Owner Plans New Venue

Bank Club to Close in January as Owner Plans New Venue

The Blank Club, one of the only music venues downtown to consistently host touring bands, will close this month as owner Corey O’Brien prepares to open a new, larger space on South First Street. O’Brien, who has operated the Blank Club for the last 12…

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San Jose Jazz Announces Winter Fest Lineup

San Jose Jazz Announces Winter Fest Lineup

San Jose Jazz announced the lineup for its annual Winter Fest concert series with Taylor McFerrin, Kris Bowers and Kendrick Scott  performing with Taylor Eigsti among the headliners. Returning to venues throughout downtown San Jose starting Feb. 27 to March 8, Winter Fest will also host…

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U2 Announces San Jose Concerts as Part of Innocence and Experience Tour

U2 Announces San Jose Concerts as Part of Innocence and Experience Tour

Mega band U2 announced plans today for two San Jose concerts as part of the Innocence and Experience Tour.

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The Trims Guide to San Jose

The Trims Guide to San Jose

With regular appearances at the Blank Club and other local music venues, the Trims have been a fixture in San Jose’s rock scene since their debut in 2009. We caught up with band members Bryan Aguirre (guitar), Gabe Maciel (vocals) and Billy Brady (drums) to…

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The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

Usually people tend to look like zombies the day after a big night out. But this Thursday, the walking dead will descend upon downtown San Jose with the aim of scaring up some money—and good times—for a good cause.

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Bollywood’s Biggest Stars Bring ‘Slam’ Tour to SAP Center

Bollywood’s Biggest Stars Bring ‘Slam’ Tour to SAP Center

Bollywood’s biggest stars are coming to the SAP Center with their new stage show Slam, The Tour on September 28.

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Comedian Brian Regan Turns the Mundane into Gold

Comedian Brian Regan Turns the Mundane into Gold

Brain Regan re-ties his shoes before walking onstage. After all, it would look really unprofessional if a shoe came off in the middle of his performance.

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Cafe Stritch Celebrates Rahsaan Roland Kirk with ‘Rahsaanathon’

Cafe Stritch Celebrates Rahsaan Roland Kirk with ‘Rahsaanathon’

Once again, Cafe Stritch is celebrating the man whence their name came, multi-instrumentalist and jazz innovator Rahsaan Roland Kirk.

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Interview: The JurassiC on the Current State of the San Jose Music Scene

Interview: The JurassiC on the Current State of the San Jose Music Scene

Last week, I sat down with the five members of local jazz/soul/funk band The JurassiC in an SJSU music room, and it didn’t take much to get them talking about what they love best: music, of course. When asked what they did for jobs and hobbies outside the band: more music, of course.

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SubZero 2014 Expands to Two Days, Celebrating Music, Art and Culture

SubZero 2014 Expands to Two Days, Celebrating Music, Art and Culture

SubZero 2014, the blockbuster summer celebration of San Jose culture, is expanding to two days this year, June 6 and 7. And “San Jose culture” is really the only phrase broad enough to describe the scene, as every year SubZero brings together the disparate strands of South Bay art, music, food, crafts, merch, tech and just plain odd to one big party on South First.

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