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Invisibl Skratch Piklz: The Bay Area collective of influential Filipino-American turntablists, considered among the first to employ the art as music in its own right rather than as hooks for hip-hop songs, headlines at The Independent in San Francisco; 9 p.m. Dec. 28; $25-$30; apeconcerts.com. The Infamous Stringdusters: The bluegrass/jam band out of Charlottesville, Virginia, just earned a Grammy nomination for its 2017 album “Laws of Gravity”; 8 p.m. Dec. 28 (with Keller Williams) and Dec. 29 (with Leftover Salmon); UC Theatre, Berkeley; $32; www.theuctheatre.org.
SFJazz Center: The center keeps busy over the holiday period with shows by soul icon Maceo Parker (Dec, 28-31); jazz/soul singer The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol (two shows Dec, 30) and the dancer Savion Glover with percussionist Marcus Gilmore (Jan, 4-7); the center professional pointe shoes also has a restaurant and bar; www.sfjazz.org, Bryson Tiller: The on-the-rise singer/rapper scored a No, 1 album with his sophomore release, “True to Self.” He brings his Set it Off tour to the Fox Theater 8 p.m, Dec, 30; $59.50-$79.50; apeconcerts.com..
The Brothers Prince: The band featuring East Bay twins Ambrose and Austin Prince formed in 2016, featuring an indie soul/-hip-hop sound. They just dropped an EP, “Single,” and headline at The Independent in San Francisco 9 p.m. Jan. 6; $13-$16; apeconcerts.com. Richard Glazier: The pianist, storyteller and arranger mixes music and anecdotes in a show devoted to film and Broadway classics, 8 p.m. Jan. 6 at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater; $40; 925-373-67800, lvpac.org. Armando’s: The intimate Martinez nightclub serves up all sorts of American roots music, including jazz band Groovanova (Dec. 28), bluegrass band The Mighty Crows (Dec. 29) and Americana band Tender Mercies (Dec. 30); 925-228-2985, armandosmartinez.com.
Biscuits and Blues: The iconic blues and soul-food club in San Francisco has a nonstop lineup through the holiday stretch, including John Lee Hooker Jr, (Dec, 24-25), guitar great Chris Cain (Dec, 26 and 30), HowellDevine (Dec, 27), singer Sugarray Rayford on New Year’s Eve, the Delta Wires (Jan, 1) and guitarist Harvey Mandel (Jan, 4); biscuitsandblues.com, Cafe Stritch: San Jose’s cozy jazz joint is a great place to hear live music or just chill with a drink; shows include the professional pointe shoes talented singer Ren Geisck and her quartet (Dec, 29), saxophonist Tim Lin and his quartet (Dec, 30) and a New Year’s Eve show with the Bay Area’s own jazz/soul icon the Dynamic Miss Faye Carol; www.cafestritch.com..
The Chapel: The Mission District club has shows Dec. 28 through New Year’s Eve, including San Francisco roots-rock band Tea Leaf Green (Dec. 28), Bay Area singer-songwriter Chuck Prophet (Dec. 29) the dance/punk outfit that goes by !!! (Dec. 30-31) and the David Bowie Birthday Bash with the First Church of the Silversexual, a tribute band that will perform Bowie albums in their entirety (Jan. 5-6). The club also has a full restaurant and bar; www.thechapelsf.com. Club Fox: The Redwood City joint serves up Bay Area blues guitarist A.J. Crawdaddy (Dec. 27), Grateful Dead tribute band The China Cats (Dec. 29), Soul/R&B cover outfit The Top Shelf Band (Dec. 30), the acclaimed Beatles tribute act The Sun Kings on New Year’s Eve, and a blues jam featuring guitarist Alvon Johnson (Jan. 3); www.clubfoxrwc.com.
Freight & Salvage: The iconic Berkeley club hosts all sorts of first-rate Americana music in a laid-back atmosphere, Upcoming shows include professional pointe shoes the singer-songwriter-pianist Vienna Teng (Dec, 29-30), Latin great Pete Escovedo and his band on New Year’s Eve, folk singer-songwriter John McCutcheon (Jan, 5) and the legendary David Grisman and his Bluegrass Experience (Jan, 6-7); 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org, Great American Music Hall: The San Francisco nightclub stays busy over the holiday stretch with shows including indie pop outfit Terry Malts (Dec, 28), roots rockers Lonesome Locomotive (Dec, 29); David Lowery with his indie bands Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven (Dec, 30-31); and the country duo Easy Leaves (Jan, 6); the venue also serves munchies, sandwiches and bigger plates; slimspresents.com..
Impulse Room: The Walnut Creek jazz and supper club hosts Steve Carter Trio (Dec. 27), Kimberly Jackson, aka The Pied Piper of the Bay Area (Dec. 28); and Latin Jazz musician Silvestre Martinez (Jan. 4); www.impulseroom.com. Slim’s: San Francisco’s famed South of Market joint hosts Bay Area drummer Scott Amendola and his Orchestra di Pazzi (Dec. 30), garage band Murder City Devils on New Year’s Eve and Irish band OnOff (Jan. 5); slimspresents.com. Yoshi’s at Jack London Square: Come for the sushi and Japanese food and stay for the live shows at Oakland’s venerable music club. Shows include drummer Tommy Igoe (Dec. 26); the terrific pianist Larry Vuckovich and his sextet (Dec. 27), a hometown holiday run by Oakland neo-soul star Goapele (Dec. 28-31) and the Grammy-winning Pacific Mambo Orchestra (Jan. 4-5); 510-238-9200, www.yoshis.com.
“Beach Blanket Babylon”: The cheeky, headline-ripping San Francisco musical revue is known to many of us as the show you take visitors to; either way, if you haven’t been in a while, most of the jokes will be different and it’s performed in the heart of North Beach, a great opportunity for a dinner-and-a-show evening, Note that “BBB” professional pointe shoes tends to sell out this time of year; Dec, 27-31, prices vary; www.beachblanketbabylon.com, Big Fat Year End Kiss Off Comedy Show: It’s the 25th anniversary of this touring annual show organized and hosted by noted political humorist Will Durst, and rarely has a year granted him and his merry makers so much news to dissect, Others in the show include Johnny Steele, Debi Durst, Captain Syntax Michael Bossier, Mari Magaloni and Arthur Gaus; Dec, 26-Jan, 7 in Pleasanton, Alameda, San Jose, Walnut Creek, Martinez, Mill Valley, and other stops; willdurst.com..