Tag: San Francisco

Marky Ramone speaks in San Francisco

Fleur On Saturday night Marky Ramone spoke at the Jewish Community Center in San Francisco to promote his just-released memoir, Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone. Here are some of the highlights from the talk. As you read, […] Read more »

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Heart of Rock interview: Duff McKagan. Bassist, vocalist. Loaded, The Walking Papers (Guns N’ Roses).

Fleur the Kiwi One early December Thursday, DGT&G got word that Duff McKagan would be in town that Sunday, playing a gig at The Independent with Seattle-based band The Walking Papers. For the past year or so, we’ve been on a mission to […] Read more »

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Walking Papers – Live at the Independent in San Francisco on 12/9/12

hazelzworld On a Thursday afternoon back in December, I sent Fleur a text telling her that Tesla guitarist Dave Rude was going to play at the Independent on the following Sunday.  At the time, we were only going to see Dave […] Read more »

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Heart of Rock interview: Billy Rowe. Guitarist, vocalist. Jetboy.

Fleur the Kiwi From now until the end of time (or until too many people die for us to continue) DGT&G will be interviewing rock ‘n’ roll artists — famous, not-famous, and the vast numbers in between — and asking […] Read more »

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Brothers of Brazil at the Regency Ballroom, SF

Fleur the Kiwi Yes, they are really brothers! Shared genes and all! Taking the stage last Thursday (Oct. 18) at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco as the opening act for Adam Ant and the Good, the Mad and the […] Read more »

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Girls who cry at concerts

I used to think that girls who cried at concerts were dorks. What the hell was wrong with them? Why the hell were they crying? I wouldn’t laugh at them; I would just wonder “what the hell?” Back in the […] Read more »

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