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Rockin' for Rob

Date set for posthumous release of Rockin' Rob Dapello's music

By Sarah Quelland

THE LOCAL MUSIC COMMUNITY still hasn't gotten over the shock of the untimely death of local musician and Zero staff writer "ROCKIN' ROB" DAPELLO, who died from an apparent brain aneurysm earlier this year while attending a show at the CACTUS CLUB. In March, a tearful farewell concert was held to celebrate Dapello's life and raise money for a posthumous release of his recordings. The CD (which includes original material and songs by other bands that held significance for Dapello) is ready and will be given away at the release show scheduled for Nov. 9 at the Cactus. The FORGOTTEN, the ODD NUMBERS, the SECRETS, CURBSIDE, CAUSTIC NOTIONS and Dapello's own band UNCLE LUCIFER will perform.

The ICON SUPPERCLUB returns to its rock format this week, ditching a short-lived attempt at hosting jazz. The former home of the popular nightclub the EDGE hosts its first rock & roll show this Wednesday (Oct. 24) with acoustic performances by TRAVIS, the JOSH JOPLIN GROUP and DEEP BLUE SOMETHING. The concert is a CD-release party for MIX 106.5's latest compilation Today's Best Mix Volume III--Totally Live! , which features rare live performances by Dido, Nelly Furtado and R.E.M. and includes songs by all three of the bands playing on Wednesday. Tickets are $10 and proceeds benefit the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. CD sales will be donated to the Support Network for Battered Women. Other shows coming up at the Icon include Y&T on Nov. 14 and the MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP on Dec. 5.

HOPE CHILD participates in the GOGIRLSMUSICFEST concert for Domestic Violence Awareness Month which will benefit the Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation (www.nbcf.org). The show takes place this Thursday (Oct. 18) with DANI LINNETZ, the GROOVY JUDY BAND and SHELLEY DOTY at the VOODOO LOUNGE in San Francisco. Tickets are $7 and doors open at 6pm. ...A ROCK-N-RELIEF benefit will be held Oct. 21 at the BACKBEAT with proceeds destined for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. The event includes live jazz, funk, folk and classic rock bands (including JOHN TRISTAO of Creedence Clearwater Revisited and the PAUL JONES ALL STAR BAND with RONNIE BECK); comedians MARK PITTA, "CHICAGO" STEVE BARKLEY and BRIAN COPELAND; and autograph-signing sessions with sports figures from the Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers. There will also be a silent auction featuring autographed gear from the San Francisco Giants and the San Jose Sharks. Tickets are $10 and doors open at 4pm.

ALL THE NEWS: "Rebel Yell" rocker BILLY IDOL and bubbly singer JILL SOBULE (known for her jangly hit "I Kissed a Girl") have been added to the BRIDGE SCHOOL BENEFIT which takes place this Saturday-Sunday (Oct. 20-21) at SHORELINE AMPHITHEATRE. NEIL YOUNG AND CRAZY HORSE, PEARL JAM, R.E.M., BEN HARPER, DAVE MATTHEWS and TRACY CHAPMAN are also scheduled to perform. ...The SMASH MOUTH show scheduled for Oct. 24 at the FILLMORE with REMOTER and LEROY has been moved to Oct. 25. The Oct. 23 date at the CATALYST remains unchanged. ...The JANE'S ADDICTION show scheduled for Oct. 26 at Shoreline has transformed into LIVE 105's Halloween Show and STEREO MCS, SEVENDUST, ONESIDEZERO, WICKED, FUNKY TEKNO TRIBE, A.F.I. and San Jose's own INSOLENCE will perform. ...Illustrious San Francisco venue MARITIME HALL--one of the Bay Area's few venues friendly to hip-hop shows--lost its lease and will be shutting down on Oct. 31. The club is holding a costume party/farewell bash on Oct. 27. Booked shows will continue through to the bitter end on Oct. 31.

PLAN AHEAD: ZEKE, the NITS and EL BUZZARD, Oct. 18 at the Cactus; NMSO4, Oct. 18 at the POUND in San Francisco; SLIGHTLY STOOPID, Oct. 19 at the Catalyst; TECHNOCRACY, KRENSHAW, F-BOMB, FINGERTIGHT and DOMESHOTS, Oct. 20 at the Cactus; RAGWEED and SAN RESINA, Oct. 21 at the Cactus;

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From the October 18-24, 2001 issue of Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper.

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