Although Molly Tuttle moved out of the Golden State more than a decade ago, the acclaimed musician will always be a California girl at heart – and in the hearts of her Peninsula family, friends and fans. The Palo Alto-raised Tuttle and her band Golden Highway will be back for a pair of concerts at The Guild Theatre on April 1 and 2.
Founder Jim Nadel recounts the organization's rise from its humble beginnings as the Stanford Jazz Festival returns June 17-July 30.
"That idea of a jam session and then another session to exchange ideas and info, that became the basis for what moved forward." Stanford Jazz Workshop artistic director and founder Jim Nadel. (Photo by Magali Gauthier)
Back in 1972, when Jim Nadel was a recent graduate jamming with friends at the ...
Avoid the supply chain saga and shop in the 650 for the holidays. We've got you covered from the traditional to the experiential gifts.
Menlo Park's former movie theater turned nonprofit concert venue is opening in January and looking to become a big name in the Bay Area music scene.
Here’s a sampling of Peninsula events to celebrate Halloween.
Veteran photographer Steve Rapport shares his gallery of music gods, with original shots of Prince, Springsteen, Bowie and more.
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Mick Jones of The Clash in mid-air at the Brixton Fair Deal, London 7/30/1982. (Image courtesy of Steve Rapport)
Steve Rapport has captured the gods. He keeps them, frozen in time, in a gallery in Pacifica.
David Bowie. Bruce Springsteen. Joe Strummer. Van Morrison. Annie Lennox. There is a veritable rock ’n’ ...
As part of World Music Month, the business districts will host live musical performances from multicultural bands.
What to eat, where to hike and how much beer you should drink (just kidding, that’s up to you)
Lynn Beldner’s DIY visual chronicle captured concerts in a pre-Instagram era.
Hey! Ho! Let’s Go!: The Ramones at the Warfield in San Francisco, 1982. (Image courtesy of the Lynn Beldner Punk Music Photograph Collection/Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound)
For Lynn Beldner, shooting photos in the dark was a way of transcending the awkwardness of life in Silicon Valley.
An East Coast native who transplanted to Santa Clara during the late 1970s at the ...
A rare recording of Monk’s 1968 concert was shaping up to be one of the most exciting from-the-vaults musical releases of 2020…until it fell into legal limbo.
An eccentric jazz master. An ambitious local high school student. An enterprising janitor.
Yes, the story behind the little-known recording of Thelonious Monk’s 1968 concert at Palo Alto High School is a fascinating tale with no shortage of compelling characters. It is also a local ...