Over the course of the last 8 weeks we’ve been introduced to an incredible group of Pandora listeners from all over the world. Whether it’s been here in the Pandora blog comments, via pandora-support@pandora.com, or out there in the blogosphere we’ve virtually “met” an amazing and passionate group of music lovers.
We think it would be fun to get some of our bay area listeners together to meet face to face. To that end, a bunch of the Pandora gang is going to head to Edinburgh Castle — a great Scottish pub in San Francisco — on Thursday, November 10th and we’d like for you to join us. We’ll be there at 6:30PM. It will be a low key thing; just a bunch of music lovers getting together to hang out.
Hopefully you’ll be able to come… we’d certainly love to have you there. Just RSVP with a comment to our blog to give us a sense of how many we can expect.
When: Thursday, Nov. 10th, 2005 @ 6:30
Where: Edinburgh Castle, 950 Geary (between Polk & Larkin)
RSVP: Post a comment here
PS: Some of us are planning to go over to the Great American Music Hall afterwords for the Matt Nathanson concert. It turns out that he’s a great “Genome match” for a wide range of rock music inputs on Pandora, so we thought we’d head over to check out his live show. You’re very welcome to join us for that too if you’d like. Or not. Totally up to you.


  1. Joe Snyder
    June 19, 2007 at 9:26pm
    I would like to see Contempory Christian Music added.
  2. Aaron J. Reed
    June 29, 2007 at 6:11pm
    Dude, whats up w/ steve huey ? I just read his take on Metalicca`s black album ,granted not as good as Puppets or Kill em All ,but still r u kidn me ? Leavn u w/ a line f/ Hank Jr`s Whiskey on Ice (changed a couple words 2 get my point across !!!)critiq`s like 2 talk s@#$ `guess they always will. later,f/ a raider just like Hetfield
  3. marl
    September 09, 2007 at 1:29am
    Forgive me for posting this comment here, I don't know where else to leave it. It is absolutely outrageous that pandora.com is not available in other countries. I live in Europe. No, there is no Digital Millennium Copyright Act here. The lack of DMCA does not, however, constrain you legally from offering music to this continent. Quite to the contrary -- you will be less encumbered by an act which everyone except a few recording industry moguls thinks should be done away with. Presuming pandora.com is not simply a shill for the RIAA. How dare you say that "there are no licensing laws" in Europe. That's nonsense. There are no licensing laws which impose unreasonable restrictions similar to those under the DMCA. Nor are there likely to be in future. (Thank God.) That's a "feature" of the European system, not a bug. The only message I get from your description of why pandora.com is not available outside the US on your blog is that you intend to militate for DMCA-type laws outside the US, i.e., pandora.com intends to serve as a pressure group to try to blackmail European music listeners into accepting the same legal nonsense as Americans suffer with. Lotsa luck.
  4. Timothy Dondero
    October 15, 2007 at 10:04am
    Any chance that there could be a stop up at Sonoma State? I am the environmental Affairs director up here, and am planning a huge event for earth day 2008, similar to the Live earth concerts, only with all 23 CSU's,, let me know, Tim Dondero donderot@sonoma.edu (209) 712-1787
  5. john paul
    November 08, 2007 at 11:24am
    Long live rock & roll!I'm a military member and soon I have to deploy and It's comforting to know you stand guard.Music gets me through.rock on!
  6. shad
    March 19, 2009 at 11:51pm
    Dear Pandora Rep: I have been a listener for a more than a couple years now and I have turned on at least 10 of my friends over the last two years and we have come to love the service, but whats up with the adds are taking over? What happened to you guys? I am sure you'll be jumping on the band wagon the economy has gotten bad, blah blah blah, but seriously, what made you stand out from the rest has just become a thing of the past. I am one fan that isn't fond of the change Pandora is chosen to make. I would contribute to charity or as a one time donation to your cause, but now a subscription fee of 36 bucks so you don't get adds? Come on guys what happened to you? I guess the almighty buck has taken over your love for experience and being true to your vision. Not a fan of the changes and direction Pandora is moving. I encourage you to share this with upper management and will post it on your blog, lets see if I am not alone out there.
  7. Jim
    April 09, 2009 at 12:09am
    I hear all sorts of artists on this wonderful station. I find 99.999% of who I like and that .0001% of wonderful New Artists. In the Contemporary Christian/Gospel catagory, I can't find Sweet Deliverance. A Vocal Band as good as any on the Radio, bar none. I have heard many other well deserving Gospell Vocal artists and bands, but can't find them anywhere. They have a huge following in California, Arizona, Missouri, Tennesse, even Paduka Kentucky. But we cant seem to find there here. How can we get a new artist added to your Contemporary Christian Music files. You play The Artist by the name of Acappella. Sweet Deliverance is as good as and sometimes even better than this band that are all over your music files. Please let me know how we can get Sweet Deliverance on Pandora and add to the greates music channel ever created. You do the most wonderful work here and I tell everyone I know to sign up and enjoy the Best Music Site, EVER!!! Thank you for taking time to read my question. Regards, Jim Ferguson, Fremont California.
  8. Paul Douglas Buckingham III
    May 24, 2009 at 4:45pm
    Hello, Yes I'm the authoer songwriter of the first blink 182. You can call me Paulie, or Paul. I was told to stop with material so ohters like my self began work on angels airwaves. For myself and the original members of blink we finished the music then a bunch of skinny MTV type kids that were I'm sure more marketable were playing my music. And like, well it's happend before. With various new and existing artists/entertainers. Human cloning had entered the creative picture. The artist PINK well I've been through the legal thing where an attorny from the Irvine area had a daughter that just looked like her or one of her.. Go figure her daddy sued for a lot of dough yo and got it. I don't have anything from it.
  9. wilson6945
    June 22, 2009 at 11:27am
    HEY TIM ! did you forget about the high desert area in CA? what are we chopped liver? I got a question i would an answer for, but i will reserv it for an email.
  10. b. plimpton
    April 25, 2011 at 11:06am
    I just have to say I'm so glad to have found this site this is the best radio offer i've ever come upon keep up the good work this site rocks

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