Live Music This Week: Kygo, Rebirth Brass Band, Elijah Wood, and More
ll praise the Redditor who is collecting Fauxchella concert links in this Subreddit (bookmark that sucker!). Be a pal and add links to any Bay Area shows involving 2016 Coachella acts when you see ‘em, for our collective reference! Thursday: Dead Prez at Yoshi's Jazz Club

Self-described “politically militant rapper” Stic, aka KhnumIbomu, is so Oakland. In 2013, he penned a piece for the Huffington Post titled “7 Ways to Eat Good on a Hood Budget,” with subsections such as “Choose Produce Not Packages,” Cook Big and Save Some for Later,” “Soup Up Your Options,” and “Make a Plan and See Where Ya Values Are.”
Source: 7x7 Website


New online platform Gigger to heat up Perth's competitive live music scene
A Perth start-up being promoted as "Airbnb for live music" promises to help more venues host live music and create opportunities for bands.
The new online gig-booking platform gigger is the brainchild of a web designer and two long-time industry professionals, one of them being musician and recording studio manager Anthony Manning-Franklin.
Source: Watoday Website


February starts out right - lots of choices for live music.
Without support the local music scene is suffering, please take the time out to go see a local band play. The local musicians put on a great show no matter what is happening around them. The local musicians and the bands will put on the same show if there are 10 people in the audience or 20,000 people. They are the true entertainers in the industry.
Source: Examiner Website


The Maccabees: Live music suffers from small venue closures
Felix White from The Maccabees says live music "definitely suffers" from the closure of small independent venues. Over the past 10 years, it is estimated nearly 40% have shut down in London and that is reflected across the UK.
This week is Independent Venue Week, celebrating these much loved but under threat places. Felix says playing these smaller venues is a rite of passage for all guitar bands as they begin their career
Source: Bbc Website


SUMMERSON: For the love of live music
When you’re a music fan, there’s something almost spiritual about seeing the people who make the music you love do it live. It’s an experience like no other and one of the most integral parts of really loving an artist or band.
I’m certainly no exception to this, I love seeing my favorite bands play live, and I do everything possible to see them when they happen to be in town. Fortunately for me, many of my favorite bands who are still touring are still at least relatively low-key and therefore sell reasonably priced tickets.
Source: Niagara-gazette Website