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San Diego Music and Nightlife

Bob Mould Wrestles with Memory of Husker Du in New Autobiography
With the release of his autobiography See A Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody, punk rock luminary Bob Mould lets fans inside his personal life and fills in the gaps o
Future Islands at The Casbah
Future Islands, a Baltimore synth band that is constantly on tour, took the stage to a completely full room. There was definitely a buzz in the air before they started.
Jo Koy Brings His Lights Out Tour to San Diego
Jo Koy started his career as an entertainer at an early age when his mother made him perform for large groups of friends and family during Filipino events in his hometown of T
The Sea And Cake Return to The Casbah
Wednesday, December 7, the Casbah played host to two fantastic touring bands: Lia Ices and The Sea and Cake.
Gary Hoey
Continuing with his holiday tradition, guitar surf rocker Gary Hoey brings his 2nd annual holiday show to San Diego’s House of Blues on December 17, 2011.
The Miseducation of Loni Love
Comedian Loni Love started her career in comedy on a lark when she entered a contest while attending college at Prairie View A&M University in Texas.
Jeff Ross Roasts San Diego
On his new tour, “Jeff Ross Roasts America” the comedian plans to experiment with a new concept called “Speed Roasting” where he’ll be inviting audience members to join him on
The Shins Perform Acoustic Set at Croce's
When the crowned king of indie rock royalty, James Mercer, agrees to play one of KPRI’s popular private listening parties, the evening becomes intimate in more ways than one.
The Fresh & Onlys at The Casbah
On Saturday February 25th, the Casbah played host to bands that place their guitar work at the forefront of their live show.
Cursive Return to The Casbah
On Sunday February 26, a festive crowd filled the Casbah for the sold out show featuring Midwestern indie-rock veterans Cursive.
Ramon Ayala at 4th and B

4-time Grammy Award winner Ramon Ayala is a Mexican musician, composer, and songwriter of norteño and conjunto music.

The Kooks at House of Blues
This past Wednesday, February 29, the Kooks played to a sold out crowd at San Diego’s House of Blues in the Gaslamp Quarter, touring in support of their latest album Junk of t
The American Comedy Co. Opens in Downtown San Diego
There’s been a resurgence in the interest of stand-up comedy in recent years and it’s definitely present in the thriving comedy scene happening right here in San Diego.
Comedian Tom Arnold Returns to San Diego
Before Tom Arnold became synonymous with Roseanne Barr and the outrageous antics that landed them on tabloid covers for the early part of the nineties, Arnold was a young stan
Neil Hamburger
Little is known about comedian Neil Hamburger outside of the fact that he is, “America’s Number One Funnyman.” His acerbic one liners and off paced rhythm contributes to the u

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