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Royal Canoe Tour

Royal Canoe Tour

Expirimental indie rockers Royal Canoe just released Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit. They’re on the road in support of the new record for the...

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El Ten Eleven Tour

El Ten Eleven Tour

Instrumental post-rock duo El Ten Eleven are on tour and we’ve got free tickets to give away for every show! Electronic DJ Bayonne supports on select dates El...

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Country Singer Chely Wright Goes on Fall Tour

Country Singer Chely Wright Goes on Fall Tour

Chely Wright Is on Tour Chely Wright is a country music star and gay rights activist. Wright started her career in 1994 with her first album and caught the country...

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Turkuaz & The New Mastersounds Announce Co-Headlining Fall Tour

Turkuaz & The New Mastersounds Announce Co-Headlining Fall Tour

It’s Time to Get Funky! Brooklyn-based funk band Turkuaz and 4-piece British jazz fusion band The New Mastersounds have announced a co-headlining fall tour. The...

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Carl Broemel (of My Morning Jacket) Tour Giveaways

Carl Broemel (of My Morning Jacket) Tour Giveaways

Carl Broemel (guitar, pedal steel, and saxophone in My Morning Jacket) just released his excellent new solo record 4th of July. He’s touring the U.S. in...

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Pete RG Announces Fall Tour!

Pete RG Announces Fall Tour!

Born in Los Angeles to Greek immigrants, Pete RG (nee, Peter Argyropoulos) was the principal songwriter and lead singer with the popular indie band, Last December. Pete...

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Sum 41 Embarks on Fall Tour with Senses Fail and As It Is [Giveaways]

Sum 41 Embarks on Fall Tour with Senses Fail and As It Is [Giveaways]

Sum 41 consists of five members including Deryck Whibley, lead guitarist/backing vocalist Dave Brownsound, co-lead guitarist/backing vocalist Tom Thacker, bassist/backing...

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Foy Vance Tour

Foy Vance Tour

Northern Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance is coming over to tour the States during September and October and we’ve got a pair of free tickets for one lucky...

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The Vox Populi Tour 2016:  Bad Religion and Against Me!

The Vox Populi Tour 2016: Bad Religion and Against Me!

Bad Religion and Against Me! join forces for the Vox Populi Tour This Fall! Bad Religion started as a punk band in LA in 1979. Against Me! formed 20 years later...

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Archive for April, 2011

Battle of the Bands: Featuring Rin Tin Tiger

Last Friday, Thrillcall attended “Battle of the Bands,” an event at San Francisco State University featuring local, up-and-coming artists, with judges from around the Bay…   MORE »
April 26, 2011 By
 
 

Anarbor [Interview]

Hailing from Phoenix, AZ, Anarbor has enjoyed a fairly quick ascension to being a household name. With their music appearing in such TV shows as The…   MORE »
 
 

Janet Jackson at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium [Concert Review]

Coming from the American institution known as The Jackson Family, Janet Jackson has always been a little different from the rest of her family. Forging…   MORE »
April 21, 2011 By
 
 

Tahiti 80 [Interview]

Tahiti 80 have been serving up their own brand of Indie-pop since the early 90’s, and show no sign of slowing down. The group constantly…   MORE »
 
 

Blag Dahlia of The Dwarves [Interview]

The Dwarves have long been an institution of insanity when it comes to the punk community. Originally getting their start in Chicago, IL, frontman Blag Dahlia…   MORE »
 
 

Madeleine Peyroux [Concert Review]

“I’m going to do something evil, this is real gangster” said the cab driver as he whipped the car over the double dividers and across…   MORE »
April 15, 2011 By
 
 

Runner Runner / Valencia [Interview]

Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco was alive with energy on Thursday, April 7th. Indie-rock fans young and old alike gathered for the “On…   MORE »
 
 

Jamaica [Interview]

Hailing from the streets of Paris, France, Jamaica are poised to become the next French electro-rock sensation. Starting out as a trio named “Poney Poney,”…   MORE »
April 14, 2011 By