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Nicknamed Snoop by his mother for his appearance, Calvin Broadus Jr. was raised in Long Beach, California, where he frequently ran into trouble with the law. Not long after high school graduation, he was arrested, beginning a three-year period where he was frequently imprisoned. Able to find an escape from a life of crime through music, Snoop Dogg was introduced to the world in 1992 when he was prominently featured on Dr. Dre’s album “The Chronic.” Snoop quickly became one of the most famous stars in rap, partially because of his signature drawled rhyming style, and partially because his lyrics seemed to imply "realness" due to his troubled history. His much anticipated solo album “Doggystyle” was released in 1993 and was an instant success.
Weezer, Bastille, Halsey, Silversun Pickups, CHVRCHES, X Ambassadors, and Death Cab for Cutie are booked to play at Oracle Arena, in Oakland California on December 11th. This is an intense lineup of supremely talented bands that offer diverse experiences. From the pop jams of Weezer to the thought-provoking rock of the Silversun Pickups, from the moody and literate music of Death Cab For Cutie to the contemporary feel of CHVRCHES, this lineup seems too good to be true. The world-renowned music scene is yet another reason to love California’s Greater Bay Area.
At 8:00 PM on Saturday, July 11th, 2015, Death Cab for Cutie and Built To Spill will perform at The Greek, more formally titled The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, which is an 8,000+ capacity venue located on Gayley Road in Berkeley, CA. The arena was built in 1903, and it’s an historic part of the University of Berkeley campus. In fact, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic places. All tickets to this event are for general admission, and they are available for $49.50.