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Concert Gallery: Sevendust at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA

April 3, 2013 by  
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Sevendust’s latest disc Black Out the Sun came out on March 26 and the band is already out on the road in support of it, recently kicking off a new co-headlining tour with Coal Chamber.

The tour, which currently extends through the end of April, aslo includes Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red, making for a monstrous night of rock for any fan in attendance. Check out all of the remaining dates here and view photos from their recent stop at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA below.

March 30, 2013
Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
Photos by: Raymond Ahner

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Metallica Announce 30th Anniversary Shows

July 28, 2011 by  
Filed under Daily Music News, Tour Dates & News

In honor of their 30th anniversary Metallica has announced four special shows for their fan club members.  The band will invade the Fillmore in San Francisco on December 5, 7, 9, and 10th.  According to the band, the intimate shows will include special guests, different set lists each night and rarities.  You can read all about it straight from the horses mouth below:


Thirty years of Metallica… can you believe it? We think it’s cause for a major celebration! You’ve been asking for a while now “just what the hell are you going to do to mark 30 years as a band?” closely followed by “why don’t we have more exclusive shows for Fan Club members?” We’ve heard you loud and clear and are beyond psyched to announce that the week of December 5, 2011 will be a full on Metallica week in the Bay Area, more specifically we will be playing four shows for Met Club members only at the historic Fillmore in San Francisco on December 5, 7, 9, and 10 to celebrate our 30th anniversary. These unique shows will include special guests and events, rare songs, varied set lists, odds and ends, and all the nutty stuff you expect from Metallica… fun for the entire family! Come to the Bay Area and spend the week with us to not only close out 2011 out with a bang, but to celebrate over three decades worth of craziness.

Participate in the entire week of festivities with special four pack tickets (one ticket for each of the four shows) and automatic entry into the contests for various other special events, available for the clever price of $19.81 (get it??). If you can’t join us for the full week, we’ll have individual show tickets too and as you can see we’re going back to early ’80’s ticket pricing (but not the hair!)… single show tickets will be just $6.00 each. Both four packs and individual show tickets will be available for Fan Club members only through a reservation system and we do have to add facility fees, blah, blah. Clubbers can log in for all the details… we’re taking reservations through August 8.

Hope to see you for a week of madness in December!


Joe Satriani, Richie Kotzen, Steve Lukather & More To Play “Jason Becker’s Not Dead Yet” Benefit Show

February 4, 2011 by  
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On March 26th a whole lot of shredding will be doing down at Slim’s in San Francisco for the “Jason Becker’s Not Dead Yet” Benefit show.

Joe Satriani will headline the bill and along for the ride are Richie Kotzen, Steve Lukather, The Kehoe Nation, Flametal and more. 

Tickets are available for $25 online at; by telephone at 1-888-233-0449; or in person at the Slim’s box office (333 11th St. San Francisco, CA 94103) weekdays 10:30-6pm or in the evening on show nights, with a $1 service fee per ticket for advance purchases. Proceeds from the Jason Becker’s Not Dead Yet Festival going towards medical supplies for Jason as well as a trust fund to provide for his future security.  Doors open at 8pm on March 26 and the show begins at 9pm.

Jason Becker, a onetime guitar prodigy first known as part of the metal duo Cacophony, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease) at age 20, shortly after joining David Lee Roth’s band for the gold selling 1991 album A Little Ain’t Enough. Although the disease robbed him of his ability to play guitar – and eventually left him both paralyzed and unable to speak – Becker continues to compose music with the help of computers, collaborators, and a system of communication using eye movements that was devised by his father Gary.