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Common Bonds of 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

MUSIC | Apr 10
Artists representing punk rock to gangster rap will all be recognized by the music industry.

Jennifer Nettles Set Release Date of May 13 for 'Playing With Fire'

MUSIC | Apr 2
Grammy Award-winning Country superstar Jennifer Nettles announced her highly-anticipated second solo studio album Playing With Fire will be released May 13 on Big Machine Records.

Out There :: Chlorinated Choreography

MUSIC | By Roberto Friedman | Mar 26
Even though its two dances were repeats from last season's fare, San Francisco Ballet's Program 5 at the War Memorial Opera House was an unadulterated delight. Out There attended last Friday night's performance.

Out There :: Star Unextinguished

MUSIC | By Roberto Friedman | Mar 19
The end of the mortal Bowie has only reinforced how important he was to people worldwide, who will remember the immortal Bowie forever.

Not Your Daddy's 'Son of A Preacher Man' :: Tom Goss on Reimaging the Dusty Springfield Classic

MUSIC | By Kilian Melloy | Mar 14
As interpreted anew by Tom Goss, the Dusty Springfield classic has a quality of immediacy and tenderness -- and it's about two boys. Goss chats with EDGE about celebrating love, protecting GLTB youth, and standing against prejudice.

Diplo Heads to Cuba to Help Thaw Relations Through Music

MUSIC | Mar 9
An estimated 400,000 fans turned out Sunday for a concert in Havana where Diplo and electronic music act Major Lazer performed.

Gay Rapper Andre Xcellence X-cersizes in Music Video For His New Song, "Werk Out"

MUSIC | Feb 3
EDM/Pop rapper Andre Xcellence launches the New Year with "Werk Out," his brand new over-the-top club banger that is guaranteed to party off the pounds.

Taylor Mac :: Queering American Popular Music

MUSIC | By Richard Dodds | Jan 17
Performer-writer-provocateur Taylor Mac is pretty much impossible to categorize, so what to make of "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music?"

Out There :: Operatic Offerings

MUSIC | By Roberto Friedman | Jan 16
The season kicks off on Sept. 9 with Umberto Giordano's "Andrea Chenier," featuring the SFO debuts of South Korean tenor Yonghoon Lee, Italian soprano Anna Pirozzi, Georgian baritone George Gagnidze and American mezzo-soprano J'nai Bridges.

Sutton Foster Drops In

MUSIC | By Richard Dodds | Jan 10
Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster became a high school dropout the first time she played San Francisco, and a college dropout for her second visit. Now she's headed back, and not too worried about ageism.

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