Aspiring pop singer Anjali Ranadive, daughter of Kings principal owner Vivek Ranadive, has released a new music video for “We Turn Up,” a single she performed in April when the Kings played the Los Angeles Lakers.

Linkin Park returned to its harder-edged-rock roots with its sixth studio album, 2013’s “The Hunting Party,” while still holding onto its hip-hop influences.

Wednesday’s “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” concert at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Wheatland has been canceled, with organizers citing “scheduling conflicts.”

Follow Sacramento's Aftershock Music Festival 2014 Saturday and Sunday at Discovery Park.

When Lyndsey Young and three twenty-something friends piled into a convertible in Vancouver, Canada, on Friday, the destination was Sacramento.

Veteran Chicago band to bring its propulsive sound, progressive message to the music festival at Discovery Park

Headliners Limp Bizkit, The Offspring and Weezer still make new music, with mixed results

Take in some summer vibes, a Smiths tribute band or avant garde rock.

Venue shift caps a tumultuous year for the event

The new EP “Sacramentality” is an introduction to Dre-T the rapper, but showcases the continuing work of Andreas Tillman Jr., the young teacher and poet-mentor who performs under the moniker.

Since American River Music Festival founder Matt Semonsen was 4 years old, his life has revolved around water and music. Combining them into a weekend-long celebration was a “natural fit,” he said.

Jackpot remains a hero of Sacramento music lore.

Three classical music organizations in the Sacramento region will share in a $1.1 million bequest from the late J. David Ramsey, a former U.S. Forest Service worker.

Suemy Gonzalez earned a reputation as a virtuoso violinist on Sacramento’s mariachi circuit, playing with Mariachi Los Gallos and Mariachi Zacatecas as a teenager. Now 31, Gonzalez lives in Southern California with a Latin Grammy nomination and a recording session with Lady Gaga to her credit.

A few years ago, Natalie Gordon, one half of acclaimed Sacramento drum-and-guitar duo Agent Ribbons, packed up her vintage dresses and dreamy ’60 sound and headed east to try her luck in the live-music capital of the world.

A Tribe Called Red headlines the ‘Global Local’ festival.

The first step to rehabilitating yourself as a pop star is, of course, admitting you were a pop star. The second step, it seems, is a trip to the record store.

For those who recently returned from San Francisco’s Outside Lands ... don’t put away that lawn blanket just yet.

As an expected 70,000 people descend on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the cultural phenomenon known as Burning Man, The Sacramento Bee was afforded a rare extended conversation with the event’s co-founder, Larry Harvey.

The festival has laid off its last paid employee, and its future remains in doubt as its parent organization scrambles to raise at least $80,000 by the end of the year.

Simplicity is the key to Eric Lindell’s music.

Editing, remixing, and scrapping songs are part of making music.

The focus of the music will be hip-hop at the Sustainability Awareness Festival in Auburn.

Vivian Lee, co-founder of the long-running, Sunday-night JB’s Jazz Lounge series, is suspending the weekly event after the Aug. 31 show.

He’ll play with a quartet at JB’s Lounge.

Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar will re-open his namesake Roseville restaurant with a concert in September.

Ten-piece Bay Area Prince tribute will play every song from the 1984 movie Saturday night at Harlow’s

The title track of Against Me!’s sixth studio album, “Transgender Dysphoria Blues,” addresses a certain concern that fans of the politically charged band might have.

Find live music at Ridgestock Expo, Berryessa Brewing or Crest Theater.

The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society has issued an emergency plea for money to members and volunteers because of a budget shortfall in its operation of the Sacramento Music Festival.

The album cover is the first clue – a black-and-white photo of a suit-and-tie-clad Robert Cray in profile, hands on his trusty Fender Stratocaster, the 1960s-era stereo logo in the corner with its reassurance that the recording you’re holding “can also be played on mono equipment.” What’s inside tells you the rest.

One of the surviving outlaws of country-western music, the veternan singer-songwriter tours in support of his new album, “Long in the Tooth.”

Local venues provide an alternative to going to San Francisco to hear music this weekend.

For the first time in its 17-year history, the Sacramento Philharmonic will not present any concerts during the fall season, and it remains unclear whether its musicians will return to the stage in the spring of 2015.

Described as a blues vocalist who sings jazz, she brings her interpretations to Sacramento.

The hashtag name of New Edition’s summer tour says it all: “#AllSix.”

He followed his love of music, which never has gone out of style.

A new country saloon-theme venue opens this weekend.

Prepare to take our Mötley Qüiz.

Former construction worker Rod Picott performs in Winters in support of his newest album “Hang Your Hopes on a Crooked Nail.”

Listen to Americana, indie or classic jazz in the Sacramento region.

Jarrett Heather, a software developer at the California Department of Food and Agriculture, produced the visuals for “Word Crimes,” a music video from Weird Al Yankovic.

Rock in Cesar Chavez Plaza to !!!.

Texas singer-songwriter who appeared on Eminem song has evolved from acoustic to highly electronic without losing her thoughtful approach

With his Unity Group, the jazz guitar master touched on tunes from throughout his consistent and sometimes surprising career.

Sacramento venues feature pop and indie rock in the week ahead.

Jazz artist kicks off the first leg of a new world tour at the Mondavi Center.

All 15 concerts and two nights of auditions are free with fair admission.

New DVD releases this week include ‘Bad Words,’

Rock. Jam. Roots. Punk. Funk. Reggae. Country.

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