Fauci says Live Concerts May Return in the Fall

Photo via Unsplash @hannahbanana.

Live music could return by the fall “if everything goes right.” That’s according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, who made the prediction during a virtual conference with performing arts officials over the weekend. “If everything goes right, this is will occur sometime in the fall of 2021,” he said. “So that by the time we get to the early to mid-fall, you can have people feeling safe performing onstage as well as people in the audience.”

For everything to go right, Fauci says between 70 and 85 percent of the U.S. population needs to be vaccinated. Once that happens, “performers will be performing, audiences will be enjoying it,” Fauci says. “It will happen.”

Do you believe between 70 and 85 percent of the population will ever get vaccinated?



Luck of the Irish

Are you blessed with the Luck of the Irish? Test your good fortune by entering for a chance to win $5,000!


Watch Shortwaves #4 – Whole Damn Mess

The countdown to Season 4 continues! This week, Chasta welcomes Whole Damn Mess, a supergroup with veteran musicians Don Miggs, C. Todd Nielsen, Lawrence Katz, and Greg Hansen. The soulful conversation goes well beyond making music, and is a must -see! Soundwaves TV is a weekly dive into the Bay Area’s rich music scene, with…

Local: Dress the Dead Releases Single “Circus Fleas”

The San Francisco group is the latest project from local veterans and former Forbidden members Craig Locicero (guitar) and Mark Hernandez (drums) which also includes Mikey Rowan of Insolence on guitar, and James Walker of Manmade God on bass.

Stay connected


Subscribe to The Bone's weekly eblast to get the latest on contests, events and exclusives from your favorite 107.7 personalities and artists.