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San Francisco Band The Unauthorized Rolling Stones with Serf and James, and The Unlikely Heroes at Great American Music Hall

The lead singer of The Unauthorized Rolling Stones, Rudy Colombini, is my boss. When he asked, “who should open for my next show at Great American Music Hall.” In my mind, the answer was easy, “the last two winners of Music City SF’s Battle of the Bands, Serf and James & Unlikely Heroes.”

See all photos: https://archives.sfweekly.com/sanfrancisco/the-unauthorized-rolling-stones-at-great-american-music-hall-on-april-30th/Slideshow/4652059/4652035

Our city is filled with amazing talent. Some bands fold, others leave, but new talent is constantly popping up and will continue to. It’s hard to afford San Francisco, but bands are going to continue to try. That being said, it’s super helpful when established bands, and leaders like Rudy Colombini step up and throw these new bands a bone. If you haven’t heard of Serf and James or Unlikely Heroes, you’re in for an ear full of treats.

Serf and James:
facebook.com/serfandjames

Unlikely Heroes:
facebook.com/realUnlikelyHeroes

The Unauthorized Rolling Stones:
facebook.com/unauthorizedrollingstones

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