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The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 186

Hey Charley, for Chrissakes. Do you wanna know the truth of it?

Interview: Tristen


Nashville songwriter Tristen will perform at The Loft on Saturday

Poetic Memory: Barbarian (List)

Photo credit: Chris Maroulakos

The San Diego band’s January Soda Bar residency wraps up Monday night

Interview: The Midnight Pine

Songwriter Al Howard gives us the scoop on his latest project

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 172: Election Day Celebration and/or Therapy Edition

Makin’ my way back to blue

Interview & Photos: The Paragraphs

The North County band plays the Casbah tonight

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 160

Arthur and I, we soon drew our hogs

Video: Tom Waits – “Satisfied”

Watch the always-amazing musician cut a rug

Poetic Memory: Birds & Batteries (List)

The band plays Sezio’s Four Day Weekend in November

Album Review: Tom Waits – ‘Bad As Me’

The living legend delivers his first album since 2004’s ‘Real Gone’

Poetic Memory: Peter Case (List)

Peter Case is coming to San Diego.

Poetic Memory: Ivan & Alyosha (List)

The indie-folk quartet Ivan & Alyosha comes to us with a nod to Dostoyevsky.

Contest: Win Tickets to See Todd Snider at the Belly Up

The singer/songwriter will play the Belly Up on February 16.

Poetic Memory: Brent Green (List)

The Sundance-honored multimedia artist will bring his new film and a live band to MoPA this Sunday.

Poetic Memory: Rumspringa (List)

The L.A. band has its sights on San Diego.

Mavis Staples Plays the Belly Up Tonight

The Chicago R&B legend is touring to support her new Jeff Tweedy-produced album.

Poetic Memory: Gun Runner (List)

A new San Diego band shares their influences.

Live Review: The Swell Season & Ryan Bingham at House of Blues, August 17, 2010

The stars of the movie Once brought their heartfelt folk to the House of Blues.

Poetic Memory: Mark Olson (Interview)

The Jayhawks founding member has left an indelible mark on alt-country.

Review: Josh Ritter at the Belly Up, June 22, 2010

As expected, the amiable folk artist was at the top of his game.

Josh Ritter Conquers ‘The World’

Fresh off releasing one of the year’s best albums, Josh Ritter makes his way to San Diego.

O&B’s Guide to Bonnaroo 2010, Part 1: Survival

Owl and Bear’s tips and tricks for getting the most out of Bonnaroo.

Blind Boys of Alabama to Play Belly Up Tavern on Sunday

“I can see as well as you,” says Blind Boys of Alabama leader Clarence Fountain.

Interview: Kurt Vile

For a solo artist, Kurt Vile sure is in a lot of bands.