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Historic Fox Theatre in Redwood City

Historic Fox Theatre in Redwood City

The historic Fox Theatre reopens under new management and with a new vision for live music in Silicon Valley. The Fox is known for blues and Americana but will also be bringing Latin, Ukranian, world music, comedy, and Broadway shows.

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Cuban Jazz Pianist Alfredo Rodriguez

Cuban Jazz Pianist Alfredo Rodriguez

Alfredo Rodriguez blends Beethoven and Bach with Herbie Hancock and Thelonious Monk. Quincy Jones’ new Cuban jazz protege performs at the Montalvo Arts Center on Sunday Nov. 14.

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Sinatra Sings Sinatra

Sinatra Sings Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Jr. pays homage to his legendary father Oct. 23 at the California Theatre accompanied by Symphony Silicon Valley.

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Bridge School Benefit Concert

Bridge School Benefit Concert

Buffalo Springfield, Pearl Jam, Modest Mouse, Elvis Costello and more come together for a two-day concert at Shoreline hosted by Neil and Pegi Young to benefit the Bridge School.

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Classical Pianist Jon Nakamatsu

Classical Pianist Jon Nakamatsu

The Peninsula Symphony welcomes back San Jose pianist Jon Nakamatsu for a weekend of pieces by Beethoven, Bach and Brahms – otherwise known as the 3 B’s – with conductor Mitchell Sardou Klein.

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The Legendary Shack Shakers

The Legendary Shack Shakers

The Shack Shakers’ music is wedged securely between punk blues, psychobilly, alt-country and swamp rock. They’re rocking the Blank Club on Oct. 15 with Bob Wayne & The Outlaw Canaries and the Shitkickers.

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Jazz Saxophonist Oscar Pangilinan

Jazz Saxophonist Oscar Pangilinan

San Jose’s young jazz saxophonist Oscar Pangilinan is continuing the tradition of jazz jams at the Hedley Club Lounge after long-time friend Hristo Vitchev recently passed the torch.

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Singer-Songwriter Jenn Grinels

Singer-Songwriter Jenn Grinels

The soulful singer-songwriter comes home to the Bay Area to perform and record her sophomore album after three years of life on the road. She performs with Rodney Branigan this Thursday.

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The Cypher at Johnny V’s

The Cypher at Johnny V’s

Despite venue closures and occasional noise complaints, Andrew Moyco a.k.a. Audio Dru has been keeping San Jose on the underground hip-hop and dubstep map for the past four years. After shuffling between clubs, his two regular live shows are back at their original home at Johnny V’s. “The Cypher,” now the longest-running underground hip-hop open mic in San Jose, is held every Wednesday night.

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Cabrillo Fest: Week Two

Cabrillo Fest: Week Two

Four of eight works heard during the second weekend of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music took a decidedly retrospective look back that—big surprise—seduced audiences long-used to confronting the avant-garde’s cutting edge.

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