Tim Jeffreys

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I moved to the Bay Area in 1989 and have been fortunate to be a part of the in rock radio scene since. As avid golfer, skiing fanatic, and cycling maven, I have found that the Bay Area fits my personality and lifestyle perfectly. My favorite golf course is Callippe Preserve, my favorite ski mountain is Heavenly, and I like riding my road bike along the coast, or exploring trails in the hills above Los Gatos on my mountain bike. I live in Pleasanton and love it because I am between San Jose and San Francisco, and whether I am going to a Sharks game at The Tank or a concert in the city it’s the same distance, plus I am an hour closer to Tahoe! Some of my most memorable concerts were seeing the Eagles at the Shoreline Amphitheater in 1994 during their “Hell Freezes Over Tour”- easily the most people I have seen at the Shoreline. I also “got lucky”, and was able to attended one of the 20 sold out shows Tom Petty did at the Fillmore in 1997.

Busy Week For The Sharks

I know, we are just a few days from the first day of summer and in the middle of a heat wave, but there is bunch of San Jose Sharks news.  After teasing all week, the team will introduce the new jerseys from Adidas on Wednesday.  The team will also …

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Koepka Wins U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka makes it seven straight first-time major winners, shooting an impressive 16 under at the US open at Erin Hills. The links style course looked more like Scotland than Wisconsin with its treeless landscape and long fescue grass. But beyond the great golf, many are commenting on how many players …

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Warriors Win

The Golden State Warriors are once again, the NBA champions after an amazing 16-1 playoff run, capped off by a 129 to 120 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The team was awarded the Larry O’Brien trophy for the second time after reaching the NBA Finals 3 straight years, but are the …

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Penguins Win The Cup

I stopped watching hockey after the Sharks were eliminated by The Oilers on April 22nd. Who could blame me?  After getting all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals last year, then to see them be eliminated in the first round was disappointing to say the least. Plus, there is …

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Roger Waters Rocked

The show started with side one cut one from Dark Side of The Moon and ended with Comfortably Numb, and in between Roger Waters performed some of the  most iconic Pink Floyd songs, including “Time”, “Welcome to The Machine”,” Pigs”,” Another Brick in the Wall” and “Wish You Were Here”. …

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Zima is Coming Back

The weird drink ZIMA will be returning on or before July 4th and then will be sold until Labor Day nationwide. If you are not familiar with Zima, it was one of the first alternatives to beer. Launched by Coors in 1993, Zima’s sales peak in 1994 with nearly half …

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Tim Jeffreys: Roger Waters

Roger Waters -Is This The Life We Really Want- All Access Podcast Sony Music has produced a one-hour special in support of the release of Roger Waters’ first album in 25 years – Is This the Life We Really Want? If you are going to either Bay Area Show- Wednesday …

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Bike the Bridges

I will be riding and hosting the 8th Annual Bike the Bridges this Saturday June 10 at the Martinez Waterfront Park.  Itis a fun ride that spans both the Carquinez and Benicia Bridgesand riding across both Bridges is quite exhilarating and fun!  Choose from the 25mi (23.5 miles) which includes …

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The NBA announced today that legendary San Francisco guitarist Carlos Santana perform the national anthem on Sunday, June 4 prior to the start of Game 2 of The Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Carlos will be accompanied by renowned bassist Benny Rietveld.

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