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For the very first New Year’s Eve shows in the newly refurbished Grate Room at Terrapin Crossroads, singer-songwriter Joan Osborne will perform on December 30-31 with Mark Karan and Keith Cotton. Tickets for these dates are available here and at the Terrapin Crossroads box office during normal box office hours.

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Hot Buttered Rum are keeping busy on Fall tour right now, but they are getting ready to settle in for three intimate, year-ending performances at San Francisco’s Brick and Mortar December 29 – 31. The band will perform with original band member Zac Matthews returning on mandolin as a special guest on Dec. 30 to perform songs from the band’s early days in what they refer to as a 100-year career retrospective. On New Year’s Eve, the band will present a masquerade ball with an extended show, lasting until 3 a.m. Special opening acts are scheduled for each night.

The band’s newest studio album produced by Steve Berlin is slated for release early in 2013. Live In The Sierra was also recently released on CD and digital download Oct. 16, featuring live versions of both new songs and some of the band’s old favorites. You can find copies of Live In The Sierra in the Hot Buttered Rum online merch store, here.

For more NYE show information, music, and more please visit www.hotbutteredrum.net.

Furthur will cap off 2012 with another New Year’s Eve run at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on December 29 – 31. Get your tickets here. It’s going to be an awesome show!!

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Sea of Dreams New Year's Eve 2012

2012 is almost upon us, and if you’re like me and my friends, you’re bickering over 6 different New Years Eve plans floating around. Well, allow us to confuse you even more. Here’s Thrillcall’s recommendations of the best concerts on New Years Eve in San Francisco to ring in 2012:

Primus – “Hawaiian Hukilau” at Great American Music Hall

  • Who: Primus
  • When: Doors 8pm / Show 9pm
  • Where: Great American Music Hall, 859 O’Farrell (at Polk)
  • Tickets

Les Claypool’s annual New Years Eve party is a thing of legends, which explains why it sold out the Great American Music Hall weeks before the end of the year – but if you can pony up cash for resale tickets or slip in at the door, you’ll enjoy one of the weirdest parties to exist in this already-very-weird city. This should carry that extra special reunion vibe considering 2011’s Green Naugahyde was Primus’…

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