E.”Doc” Smith

E. "Doc" Smith is a musician, producer and recording artist with Edgetone Records, who has worked with the likes of Brian Eno, Madonna, Mickey Hart and many others. He is also the inventor of the musical instrument, the Drummstick and makes his home in San Francisco.

Articles by E.”Doc” Smith

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McQuarry, Kleinman & Smith Trio at the Cadillac

Posted September 19, 2014 by

(Editor’s note: Beyond Chron’s very own Arts & Entertainment Editor, E. “Doc” Smith makes his 7th appearance at the Cadillac Hotel, joining the extraordinary Stephen McQuarry and electric bassist Craig Kleinman.)
Keyboardist Steve McQuarry, bassist Craig Kleinman and drummer E.
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The 15th Annual SF Electronic Music Festival

Posted September 12, 2014 by

For the past 15 years, the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival (SFEMF) has brought internationally acclaimed musicians to the Bay Area, becoming the premiere festival dedicated to the genre. The festival began last night at the Exploratorium with the Kanbar Forum, David
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Allan Holdsworth Returns to Yoshi’s

Posted September 5, 2014 by

Allan Holdsworth, one of the world’s best known guitarists returned to Yoshi’s in San Francisco last Tuesday and Wednesday, before wrapping up his amazing 3 day stint at Yoshi’s in Oakland on Thursday. Holdsworth has been thrilling audiences the world
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The 2014 Sinquefield Cup

Posted August 29, 2014 by

The 2014 Sinquefield Cup is the highest-rated tournament in the history of chess, bringing six of the world’s top-nine Grandmasters together at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis. Last year, the inaugural super-tournament thrilled spectators as the
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Chingari’s “Bombay Makossa”

Posted August 22, 2014 by

One of the world’s best percussionists, Ranjit Barot has joined forces with bassist Etienne Mbappe and U. Shrinivas on mandolin, to create a fabulous new album, due to be released on September 10th. “The word chingari literally means ‘a spark’
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