On The Air: Cy Musiker and John Vanderlice's Do LIst Picks for March 2, 2018

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Flor de Tolache is part of the Global Fest tour coming to The Fox in Oakland March 9 (Andrei Averbuch/Flor de Toloache)

It's always fun when Tiny Telephone owner and founder John Vanderslice joins me as co-host. For one thing, he's worked with just about everybody in the Bay Area music scene. He likes all kinds of genres and performance art, and he's just the nicest guy. On the show, we covered performances ranging from Afro-Cuban pianist Omar Sosa at Yoshi's to the anarchic hip hop of BROCKHAMPTON. Enjoy.

March 9, 10, and 12: Omar Sosa's Afro-Cuban trio make jazz for chilling

March 14-18: Avant-garde dance presenter CounterPulse stages its first annual festival

March 2, 9, and 10: Mortified Live returns to the Bay Area, offering participants a chance to exorcise their inner dweeb

March 9: Las Cafeteras and Flor de Toloache bring their revolutionary Mexican folk music to the Fox in Oakland 


March 9 and 11: Close harmonies come naturally to the T Sisters

March 3-4: BROCKHAMPTON is the internet's first boy band

SHOUTOUT March 6: John Vanderslice loves the mathematically precise rock of Palm at the Rickshaw Stop

SHOUTOUT March 6: Oakland's Magic Circle celebrates women magicians at Bjornson Hall in Oakland 

Indie music producer John Vanderslice cohosts the Do List for Oct. 6, 2017 with KQED‘s Cy Musiker (Photo: Howard Gelman/KQED)