Watch the Season 4 premiere of Soundwaves TV

Season 4 has finally arrived with a new look, new vibe, and deeper celebration of what makes the Bay Area music scene amazing!

Royal Rebels drops by to discuss their new album, and Peace of Stage owner Steve Gold talks about the discovery of the original Woodstock stage. Plus, Janis Joplin’s Pearl turns 50, and members of the Doobie Brothers reunite virtually for Lara Johnston’s amazing Carole King cover.

Bonus: check out this episode to find out how to win a piece of rock history! Hosted by Chasta, Dennis Willis, and Steven Kirk, with Morris Knight and Dayna Keyes.

Soundwaves TV is a weekly dive into the Bay Area’s rich music scene, with music videos, live performances, guest musicians, DJs, and influencers from all four corners of the Bay.


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Wolfgang Van Halen Will ‘Dave Grohl It’

Wolfie will have a walking boot on his left foot for the next four-to-six weeks and will be using Dave Grohl’s famous “throne” tonight for his show in Huntsville, Alabama. 

Geezer Butler Doesn’t Swear

In a new interview, the Black Sabbath bassist explained, “When I was a kid, ’cause I had very, very strict Irish Catholic parents. There were seven kids in the house. None of us were ever allowed to swear.”

Puddle of Mudd to Start Recording

In a new interview, frontman Wes Scantlin said, “We’re probably gonna be going into the studio either in the next couple of weeks or a month from now, get in there and just have a good time.”

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