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Remembrance

Remember Me: How ‘California Soul’ legend Marlena Shaw took on a changing world

The late singer expanded jazz with feminism and funk, then embraced sampling as her voice defined hits through generations

Remembering The Soft Moon

Former Bay Area musician Luis Vasquez had a huge impact on the scene, and his gorgeously dark sensibility will live on.

SF’s electronic music scene remembers essential figure Alland Byallo, 1979-2023

The beloved DJ-producer passed away suddenly, but leaves a long legacy of musical innovation and party breakthroughs

A drag tribute fit for Sinéad’s mighty voice

'Her music is the kind of poetry that lends itself to the drama drag queens do so well,' says trixxie carr of upcoming show

A Tony Bennett Sunday kind of love

His timeless voiced filled my childhood home on California Street, articulating what it meant to be human

With Anchor’s closure, SF loses much more than a brewery

It was the taste of The City in a bottle, telling a classic story—now ruined by corporate mismanagement

A Mother’s Day lament (and celebration of all who nurture)

A reflection on the recent loss of my mother, and the wider circle of those who help us through life

Remembering Jeff Beck’s endless talent, through Stevie and Mingus

A thrift store find ushered me into the guitarist's world, which straddled, rock, jazz, blues, and funk.

Speaking to Olivia

She'll always be remembered for her music and beauty, but Olivia Newton-John also welcomed questions about grief and loss

Remembering Bob Planthold, activist for sunshine and disability rights

Upon learning that fellow good-government activist Bob Planthold had died, Maxine Anderson reminded associates of an old African proverb: “When an elder dies, a...

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