Spinning Platters Weekly Guide to Bay Area Concerts, 11/18/2010-11/24/2010

by Jason LeRoy on November 18, 2010

Noomi Rapace, err, Carrie Browstein and Janet Weiss with their new supergroup, WILD FLAG, at the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland earlier this week. Photo by Inger Klekacz.

Check out the concerts around the Bay Area this week — after the jump.

Thursday, November 18

Wild Flag, Grass Widow, Royal Baths at Bottom of the Hill

Holy shit, you guys. The day has finally come. Tonight, the Bay Area gets its first taste (with a second taste on Monday!) of WILD FLAG, the fervently anticipated supergroup featuring Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss of Sleater-Kinney, Mary Timony of Helium, and Rebecca Cole of The Minders. Tickets are hella sold out for both shows, so if you’re one of the precious few ticketholders, consider yourself a lucky bastard.

Tift Merritt, Sweet Chariot at Great American Music Hall

Eisley, Christie Dupree at Swedish American Hall

A Perfect Circle performing eMOTIVe at The Fillmore

3OH!3, hellogoodbye, Down With Webster at Slim’s

Friday, November 19

Blonde Redhead at The Warfield

Bob Mould at Swedish American Hall

Clinic, The Fresh & Onlys at The Independent

The Sadies at Great American Music Hall

Simian Mobile Disco at Mezzanine

The Definite Articles at 32 Ocean Ave.

Saturday, November 20

Bad Religion at The Regency Ballroom

John Wesley Harding at Red Devil Lounge

Keller Williams at Great American Music Hall

Tunng at Bottom of the Hill

Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!: There’s A Party In My City! at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium [2pm/5pm]

The Definite Articles at 32 Ocean Ave.

Sunday, November 21

GWAR at The Regency Ballroom

Lifehouse, Kris Allen at Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium

Trans-Siberian Orchestra at HP Pavilion [3pm/7:30pm]

Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!: There’s A Party In My City! at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium [2pm/5pm]

Zion I at Slim’s

Monday, November 22

Wild Flag at Hemlock Tavern

Booker T. at Yoshi’s SF

Midnight Juggernauts, Butterfly Bones at The Independent

Tuesday, November 23

Robyn, Maluca, Natalia Kills at The Warfield

The spunky Swedish dynamo returns for her third San Francisco show this year, following her two-night stint at Mezzanine with Kelis over the summer. Now that Body Talk has been released in its entirety (its U.S. physical release date is actually the day of this show), we can expect a comprehensive, mind-blowing, ass-shaking good time.

Wednesday, November 24

TONY! TONI! TONé! at Yoshi’s SF

New Riders of the Purple Sage at Great American Music Hall

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