Oakland Rapper Keak Da Sneak Returns Home From Prison With New OutlookOakland rapper Keak Da Sneak, best known for hits like "Super Hyphy" and "Tell Me When To Go" with E-40, is back home. The Hyphy Movement leader is back in the recording studio doing what he loves. Betty Yu reports. (10-6-2019)
Gifted Guitarist Jason Becker Doesn't Let ALS Stop Him From Creating MusicThe paralyzing condition ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease, cut short the rise of a young guitarist living in Richmond. But ti didn't end his love of music or the inspiration he gives to others. John Ramos reports. (10-6-2019)
Video: Huge Crowd Of Fare Evaders Caught Leaving Rolling Loud FestivalCell phone video showing dozens of fare evaders jumping the gates after leaving the Rolling Loud Festival in Oakland Saturday night has been seen tens of thousands of times on Twitter in a matter of hours. Betty Yu reports. (9-29-2019)
Bay Area Rocker Eddie Money Dies at 70Eddie Money, the former New York City police officer who rose to rock fame with such hits as ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ has died at the age of 70, his family announced Friday. Allen Martin reports. (9-13-19)
Metallica and S.F. Symphony Rock Chase CenterIt was a night of firsts for fans, for Metallica and for the San Francisco Symphony -- the first-ever concert at Chase Center. Betty Yu was there. (9-6-19)
Locals Weigh Routes to Chase Center on Eve of Metallica ConcertWith Metallica set to play there on Friday, it’s finally time to put 18,000 people inside Chase Center. Wilson Walker reports. (9-5-19)
San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Adds Security in Wake of Gilroy TragedySan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo echoed the sentiments of many in the South Bay, tweeting: "we will not allow the recent violence that has terrorized our nation undermine our collective passion for coming together." Maria Medina reports. (8-9-19)
Outside Lands Blazes New Trail to Permit Pot for 1st TimeOrganizers have filed an application with the state cannabis office to allow marijuana sales and consumption at this year's Outside Lands festival in Golden Gate Park. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-26-19)
Pianists Perform In Front Of Crowds At SF Botanical GardenPianists play in the open air in front of crowds and beautiful flowers at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. Joe Vasquez reports. (7-14-2019)
Jay-Z Partners With Bay Area Cannabis Company As Brand StrategistHip-hop's first billionaire is breaking into the cannabis industry and he's chosen a San Jose company to partner with, the CEO confirmed Tuesday. Maria Medina reports. (7-9-2019)
Bottlerock Festival Gets Rocking Fueled by Wine and SelfiesFriday was the first night of Bottlerock which has placed Napa on the map of not-to-be-missed music festivals nationwide. Katie Nielsen reports. (5-24-19)
San Francisco's Famed Beach Blanket Babylon To End After 45 Year Run"No, it's not about money. I just felt it was time to go out on top because the show deserves to go out on top," said Jo Schuman Silver, the show's producer. (4-17-2019)
Beach Blanket Babylon, San Francisco's Famed Musical Revue, To End This YearSan Francisco's famed musical revue show Beach Blanket Babylon is closing its doors at the end of this year after a 45 year run, the show's producer announced on Wednesday. Ken Bastida reports. (4-17-2019)
Rock Superstar Sting Promotes New Stage Show Coming to San FranciscoOne of the most recognizable rock stars of the last 30 years is in San Francisco promoting his latest venture into musical theater. Sting is starring in his own production called "The Last Ship." Len Ramirez reports. (3-28-19)
Michael Franti Performs At Glide Memorial Church's Sunday ServiceMichael Franti was the special musical guest at Glide Memorial Church's Sunday service. The Oakland-born singer, songwriter, filmmaker and activist seeks to affect positive change through music. John Ramos reports. (2-10-2019)
Stars Don Elegant, Wild, Wacky Fashion On Grammys Red CarpetBetty Yu reports live from the red carpet, where she saw music's biggest stars make bold statements with their fashion. (2-10-2019)
Women Win Big At The GrammysBetty Yu reports from the red carpet in Los Angeles. (2-10-2019)
Bay Area Musicians Win Big At The 61st Annual Grammy AwardsThe 61st Annual Grammy Awards kicked off on Sunday evening and many Bay Area music stars took home the coveted gold gramophone. (2-10-2019)
75-Year-Old Berkeley Record Store to CloseA longtime African-American-owned record store in Berkeley will close its doors for good later this year and, as KPIX 5's John Ramos reports, it's not just because of competition from the internet. (2-8-19)
Oakland's Fantastic Negrito Nominated for Grammy AwardJust a few years ago Fantastic Negrito was struggling on the streets of Oakland. Now, he's up for one of the biggest awards in entertainment. Betty Yu reports. (2-7-19)
San Francisco Boys Chorus Records 70th Anniversary KPIX AnthemThe San Francisco Boys Chorus and KPIX are both celebrating their 70th anniversary and both came together musically at the huge scoring stage at Skywalker Sound in Marin County. (12-25-18)
Music Memories Fill Seven Decades of KPIX Broadcast HistoryOn Dec. 22, KPIX officially turns 70 so it's time to get up and dance and sing out loud, as we look back across 70 years of Bay Area music history. Elizabeth Cook reports. (12-16-18)
KPIX Grammy Awards Profile: Bay Area Native and 'King of Rock 'n' Roll' Johnny OtisA visit with rhythm-and-blues "godfather," Johnny Otis
U2 in Concert at the Cow Palace and KPIX On-Set BlooperIn 1987, KPIX anchors Doug Murphy and Barbara Rodgers discuss a report on Irish rock band U2 at the Cow Palace when a floor manager in studio makes an unplanned appearance

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