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Our 10 favorite shows from the first half of 2017

Best live shows of 2017 - Radiohead, Sigur Rós, Ryan Adams & Run the Jewels

The 2017 BAMS List: Showbams revisits the best performances we’ve witnessed over the past six months.

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Tool continue to melt minds on their latest tour

Tool

PHOTOS: The three-time Grammy winners haven’t released an album since 2006, but they did debut new visuals on this latest jaunt across North America.

A Perfect Circle make their triumphant return to SF at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

A Perfect Circle

SHOW REVIEW: In the world of rock supergroups, there are few that have sprung up in the last few decades that can hold a candle to A Perfect Circle.

The Bam Team’s 5 Favorite Shows, Albums & Songs of 2016

Danny Brown at The Regency Ballroom

Showbams presents The Bam Team members’ favorite shows, albums and songs from 2016.

Are Umphrey’s McGee LA’s quintessential jam band?

Umphrey's McGee

SHOW REVIEW: Los Angeles has never been known as a home for jam bands. But if there’s one jam band that could finally transform that notion, it might be Umphrey’s McGee.

Primus bring Danny Carey from Tool into a Bay Area tradition

SHOW REVIEW: There are few things in this world that are as much of a sure thing as a local New Year’s Eve show from the kings of oddity and tweakerdom.

The Bam Team’s 5 Favorite Shows, Albums & Songs of 2014

Showbams presents The Bam Team members’ favorite shows, albums and songs from 2014.

Tool pound out two sold-out nights at Bill Graham Civic

SHOW REVIEW: For two straight nights, Tool blew away their fans with ear-splitting renditions and a laser-light show that would leave even the most seasoned of concertgoers totally dumbfounded.

Outside Lands 2014: Lineup locks, likely acts & long shots

FESTIVAL RUMORS: As we inch toward springtime, some Bay Area music freaks (like us) are beginning to speculate who will be gracing the stages in Golden Gate Park come August.

Umphrey’s McGee display technical prowess at Fox Theater Oakland

Umphrey's McGee

SHOW REVIEW: The five-piece proved yet again that it is one of the most concise and consistent bands playing live.