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Concert Tickets For Sale at Amoeba Hollywood in September 2015

Posted by Amoebite, September 2, 2015 01:22pm | Post a Comment

Concert TicketsAmoeba Hollywood regularly sells tickets to local shows, with the added bonus of charging low service fees (if you are into saving money and who isn't really?).

All tickets can be purchased at the registers (while supplies last) for a $2 service fee. We take cash and credit cards for all ticket sales. Store credit and coupons cannot be applied to ticket sales. Limit 4 tickets per person. 

For Club Nokia and Shrine Expo Hall shows, we only carry general admission tickets. If you wish to purchase reserved seating at Club Nokia (where available), you can buy those tickets online here. If you wish to purchase reserved seating at Shrine Expo Hall (where available), you can buy those tickets online here.

Please note that on the day of the show, we will stop selling tickets for that show at 5pm.

Tickets are limited, so please call the store first to make sure they are available: 323-245-6400.
 

JUST ADDED SHOWS:

The Chainsmokers at the Shrine Expo Hall

The Chainsmokers
Shrine Expo Hall
November 27

Get Discounted Tickets to 'These Paper Bullets' Musical Featuring Music From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong

Posted by Amoebite, September 2, 2015 09:01am | Post a Comment

these paper bullets musical green day

See the musical "These Paper Bullets!" in Los Angeles at Geffen Playhouse with a special offer from Amoeba. Tickets are $38 (including fees) for any available seat for performances Sept. 17-30, while supplies last. No ticket limit. Use the promo code Billie at checkout.

Labeled “a modish ripoff of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing,” the play features new music by Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. The play follows four lads from Liverpool who woo the ladies of London with their music but end up in a comedy of errors. The play is written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rolin Jones and directed by Jackson Gay.

Green Day’s rock opera concept album American Idiot was previously made into a successful play of the same name.

Levitt Pavilion Shows Feature Robben Ford, El Vez and Los Lobos in Mid-September

Posted by Amoebite, September 1, 2015 07:00pm | Post a Comment

Amoeba will be on hand at for three free, all-ages shows at Levitt Pavilion this September. The shows start at 8 p.m., and festivities begin at 6:30 p.m., with food, children’s activities and more. Join us at the Amoeba booth before the shows and spin the prize wheel to win some cool swag.

robben fordFirst up on Sept. 10 is five-time Grammy-nominated musician Robben Ford. The blues, jazz and rock guitarist and songwriter has collaborated with such artists as Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, Kiss and more. Musician Magazine named Ford one of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of the 2oth Century.” His latest album is called Into the Sun. Watch an album trailer below.

el vezOn Sept. 11, Chicano rocker El Vez takes the stage. Blending Americana and Mexican styles, he channels Elvis Presley but with a Latin twist. His latest release is God Save The King: 25 Years Of El Vez 1988-2013. Watch a feature on El Vez below.

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Hip-Hop History Tuesdays: Herm Lewis's Influential Early '90s SF Rap Compilations on His Black Power Productions Label

Posted by Billyjam, September 1, 2015 04:24pm | Post a Comment



Back in 1993, an unknown in the music business named Herm Lewis would have a major impact on San Francisco Bay Area indie street rap with the release of his pioneering San Francisco rap compilation Herm: Trying to Survive In The Ghetto. Featuring such hometown artists as RBL Posse, I.M.P., JT Tha Bigga Figga, Rappin' 4-Tay, Cold World Hustlers, G.R.P., Young Cellski (aka 2Took), and Fly Nate, the compilation was a virtual blueprint of the SF rap music that defined that period in Bay Area hip-hop history. (Scroll down to see the original "one-sheet" for the local Bay rap record that was produced via Oakland's now defunct Music People and distributed via San Rafael's City Hall Records.)

The San Francisco community activist's compilation was bookended by his positive powerful messages of peace and unity, which garnered a lot of attention and resulted in him being invited to give talks at countless community events. The compilation had a slow but major build selling all over the country and had two major effects. Firstly it introduced audiences in faraway places like Detroit and Kansas to an entire unknown subgenre of hip-hop, one that had been mostly a regional sound 'til then. Secondly, its success kick-started the whole Bay Area rap compilation movement that lasted many years.

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Hiromi's The Trio Project at SFJAZZ Center, September 24 - 27

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, September 1, 2015 01:23pm | Post a Comment

Hiromi, The Trio Project, SFJazz Center

Amoeba Music sponsors four nights with Japanese-born contemporary jazz pianist Hiromi and her Trio Project at SFJAZZ Center, September 24th - 27th.

Hiromi is an utterly original improviser and composer who turns each piece into a thrilling ride. Her powerful Trio Project features electric bass master Anthony Jackson and drummer Simon Phillips, whose resume includes stints with Brian Eno, Jeff Beck, Stanley Clarke, Toto, and The Who. Despite their obvious musical firepower, what’s most impressive about this band isn’t their matchless instrumental technique; it is instead their cohesive group approach in which no instrument is confined to its traditional role.

“I want to treat the three instruments as three pieces of an orchestra, and extend the sound,” says the pianist. She worked with Jackson on her first two albums and had long thought about bringing him into the studio again. After playing several shows as a trio, she knew Phillips was the right drummer for her this incredible trio. “He’s got a very diverse, very unique sound,” Hiromi says. “He has an amazing understanding of all kinds of music, the same as Anthony, and that’s what I was looking for.”

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