Wu-Tang Brings 36 Chambers and More to the City

Classic hip hop band to play in the Bay Area Dec. 3

Be forewarned all 36 members of the Wu-Tang Clan are coming to the Bay Area.
Okay so they may not have that many members but the New York city based hip hoppers will be in the San Francisco in all their glory Dec. 3.
Bring in Rza add some Gza throw on top some Method Man and sprinkle in Raekwon, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck and Masta Killa under one roof and you are guaranteed an interesting night.
The classic hip hop group with - their lyrics inspired by hip hop, chess, martial arts and and more - are known for their colorful and raucous shows. Their performance at the Grand Ballroom at the Regency Center promises to be no different.
The multi-platinum artists have been successful as a group and as solo acts. Members such as Rza and Method Man have added successful acting careers to their resumes as well. Rza was most recently seen acting along Clive Owen and Jennifer Anniston.
The group rose to success in 1993 following the release of their independent single "Protect Ya Neck," which gave the group a huge underground following.
Their debut album, "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)," was released in 1993 and the rest is history.
The group has sold millions of albums and has branched out to merchandise as well. They have sold everything from clothes to the launch of their most recent product Wuchess.com, where fans can actually play chess against their favorite hip hopsters.
Tickets for the show are still available for $45 through Golden Voice.
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