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This May, celebrate the birth of jazz legend Miles Davis (born May 26, 1926) with any number of great jazz joints and performances throughout San Diego. From the jazz purist to the jazz tourist, there is something for everyone. The key is to know what you are looking for, then finding the perfect fit.

For the Jazz Purist

They may not serve alcohol, but Dizzy’s definitely serves up an intoxicating line-up of heavy hitting jazz. On the eve of Davis’ birthday, check out a rare performance by the ESP Quintet - devoted to making music inspired by Miles’ creative, adventurous approach. …

Take a musical leap! Famed Italian opera composer Gioachino Rossini, born February 29, 1792, turns 55-leap-years-young today! And if Google is celebrating a musical leap day, who are we to argue? In no particular order, here are 29 reasons to listen live in San Diego.

  1. The Belly Up Tavern- voted “San Diego’s Best Live Music Venue” even before it was made famous by a visit from Prince Harry of Wales
  2. Celebrating singer-songwriter Jim Croce with great food, wine and nightly live music at Croce’s Restaurant and Jazz Bar. Here, here!
  3. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at 4th and B on

After the break are a few upcoming shows throughout San Diego you don’t want to miss. Leave a comment on this post by 10:00 am on Wednesday, February 8, for your chance to win 2 free tickets to America at the Belly Up Tavern on Sunday, February 26. Read More…

Every two weeks I will post a handful of upcoming shows, ranging from Punk to Puccini, and I am counting on You to give me more suggestions, weigh in and tell me what shows around San Diego you are going to see. After the break are my suggestions for the next two weeks. Read More…

Thanksgiving is upon us. And while we’ll all indulge in the bounty of the season – with an oversized helping of turkey or that extra slice of pumpkin pie – the best way to shake off that tryptophan-induced coma is by seeing some live music. Read More…