TV break! Lots of Bay Area artists have appeared on primetime television over the last year. Have you caught any of your favorites on TV that we haven’t included? Let us know!
“Stranger” plays in the first couple minutes of the episode called “Promises”, when Drew introduces his ex-girlfriend (and sorta current girlfriend) Amy to dorm-mate and ex-fling Natalie. You can catch this episode here via Hulu.
On the episode The Stone Foxes appear on, titled “Aon Run Persanta”, things start to get pretty messy. Clay gets broken out of jail, Bobby gets shot, and the law is pretty pissed off at SAMCRO President Jax Teller.
Things heat up in Nashville! In this episode, called “You’re No Angel Yourself”, Juliette takes on some new show standards—including refusing to play overproduced numbers to half-filled stadiums. Desperate to fill seats after Rayna leaves the tour, Juliette asks Layla to open for her.
“Kangaroo Court” plays in the background of the February 25 episode (called “Sister II”) when Coach checks Winston’s score on the LAPD Exam. Spoiler alert—he failed.
Blake (played by Concord, CA native Blake Anderson) joins a teenage art collective. Adam and Ders, a bit jealous, steal Blake’s unburnable American Flag idea while on a binge, as Segall’s “Death” plays in the background. You can stream the episode’s highlights here via Comedy Central.