Don’t try to pigeonhole Sonny Smith. He is a musician, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, illustrator, playwright and fiction writer. Now, since he started his own record label, Rocks in Your Head last fall, he can add discoverer of talent and promoter to the list his skills.
Sunset Music and Arts is a yearlong concert series of Incarnation Episcopal Church that features over 40 concerts along with travelogues and workshops/masterclasses.
Dozens of students from the orchestras of Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, Lowell High School and George Washington High School performed with the Sunset District’s Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet.
San Francisco native and acclaimed musician John Bischoff performed at the
Richmond Branch Library.
Richmond District native Kyle Shin is eagerly anticipating the release of his latest collection of songs in February. To the world outside of Shin’s neighborhood at 39th Avenue and Balboa Street, he is known as “Son of Paper.”
Deitch has been the owner of the Woodwind Workshop, located at 2607 Clement St., since 1994.
Taiko drumming also elicits feelings of camaraderie and community in the
Zion Lutheran Church is launching a concert series to support the organization
Interfaith Welcome Bay Area.
Live music at Neck of the Woods on Clement Street.
Things to do in the Richmond District
A neighborhood journal of things to do.
Things to do in the Richmond in May, 2017.
“Most establishments and other businesses mistakenly assume that it is the responsibility of musicians and entertainers to obtain
licenses to perform copyrighted music.”
Saunders is a familiar voice that filled the airwaves of local Bay Area radio stations,
including KYA, KSFX, KSFO and KOIT, for 43 years. He served as a radio announcer, talk show host and rock D.J.