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  1. www.boxsetband.comBox Set

    The Box Set Band released five original CDs and one combination of outtakes and demos. These discs are largely out of print, so we've chosen some of our favorite highlights and included them in one handy CD (we say handy because it also works great as a stocking-stuffer or a beer coaster.) The perfect gift to turn someone on to your favorite band.

  2. Box Set. 2,721 likes · 2 talking about this. “Heart-warming, sidesplitting entertainment. Jim Brunberg and Jeff Pehrson are “a cross between Grateful Dead and the Smothers Brothers.” – Indigo Girls

  3. Oct 17, 2021 · It is a pre-loved Anastasia The San Francisco Music Box. Come with original box. Item may have some scuffs, marks, and blemishes. Please zoom in and see all the pictures carefully. The last pic shows there are some obvious scuffs and discolor on the trim. Please be aware of it. Box have some shelf wear due to storage. All sales are final.

  4. Oct 2, 2017 · Back in 1997 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played 20 sold-out shows at San Francisco's Fillmore. Between Jan. 10 and Feb. 7., a grinning Petty and his rollicking band delivered a mix of their ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jeff_PehrsonJeff Pehrson - Wikipedia

    In 1997, Box Set won two Bay Area Music Awards ("Bammies") for "Best Club Band" and "Outstanding Americana/Roots Band". Shortly thereafter, the group began touring nationally, opening for a number of bands, including Huey Lewis and the News and RatDog , and were signed by Capricorn Records , releasing the CD, Thread , in 1998, which was produced by Grammy Award winner Joe Chiccarelli . [7]

  6. Jun 19, 2018 · 26 photos capturing the blissful essence of San Francisco's '90s rave scene. Bay Area beginnings. Cameron Holbrook. 19 June 2018. Before the first big dot-com boom and the tech invasion that would follow, San Fransisco was a city that was known for its tie-dye tees, freewheeling rock and disco, LSD operations and progressive opinions.

  7. Jan 1, 1998 · Movie stars Annette Bening, Nicolas Cage and Patricia Arquette were at the San Francisco International Film Festival. Two others winked out, Robert Mitchum and Jimmy Stewart. Photographer Jim...

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