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Hopsin performs on stage for his tour “SavageVille,” at Ace of Spades in downtown Sacramento 1417 R St, on Sat. Oct. 8. The rapper demonstrated his spontaneity when he jumped off of the stage, and with the support of his fans, stood up and continued to rap. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Inside the ill mind of Hopsin

Cheyenne Drury and Luis Gael October 13, 2016

By Luis Gael Jimenez & Cheyenne Drury When you look into the eyes of rapper Hopsin, it's hard to look away. The artist has a certain je ne sais quoi quality about him. That, and a pair of shock-white...

Fans sing along with Hopsin at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California on Oct. 8. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Photo Gallery: Hopsin “SavageVille” Tour

Cheyenne Drury and Luis Gael October 13, 2016

By Luis Gael Jimenez and Cheyenne Drury

Fortunate Youth lead singer Dan Kelly performed the bands song Love is the Most High, during a show at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, CA last Thursday.
(Photo by Jordan Schauberger)

L.A.-based reggae band reflects on career at the start of its recent tour

Jordan Schauberger January 21, 2016

Fortunate Youth, a reggae band based in Los Angeles, played a show at the Ace of Spades music venue in Sacramento last Thursday and reflected on several experiences throughout their 6-year career, including...

Bryce Fraser interviews Oderus Urungus of GWAR

Bryce Fraser and Bryce Fraser November 14, 2012

Bryce Fraser interviews Oderus Urungus, lead singer of GWAR before the show on Nov. 6.

Serenades John Vesely plays Sacramentos Ace of Spades sans band on March 19.

Secondhand Serenade rivets Sacramento audience who can’t help but fall for them

Mark Lewis and Mark Lewis April 15, 2012

John Vesely, better known as the one-man band Secondhand Serenade, performed a captivating nine-song set to a packed crowd of “emo-ites” at Sacramento’s Ace of Spades club on March 19, 2012. The...

311 lead singer Nick Hexum reaches out to a sold-out crowd on March 7 but fails to connect.

311 dials in an indecent performance

Mark Lewis and Mark Lewis March 15, 2012

The alternative funk rock band, 311 (pronounced three-eleven), played Sacramento’s Ace of Spades on March 7 to a sold-out crowd spending a mere 90 minutes performing a 23-song set that was an “ugly...

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