music

Centerpoint hosts renowned children’s choir from Africa

Watoto Children’s Choir will present “Beautiful Africa: A New Generation” on Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Centerpoint Community Church (formerly First Presbyterian Church) in Rosevil ...

Teen with dyslexia doesn't let disability hold her back

A few years ago, Jordan Heald marched into the office of A Touch of Understanding and said she wanted to be a speaker for the organization. The Granite Bay nonprofit’s Execu ...

TV show creator hopes to ‘weird out’ audience

For Arjun Singh, weirder equals better. The Roseville resident is determined to make his new television series “The Public Access Show” as bizarre as possible. And with ...

Roseville band keeps it 'Simple'

Before they were Simple Creation, they were just a group of guys trying to form a legit band. They needed a name, something that reflected the feel-good reggae-rock music they pla ...

Singers give voice to the homeless

The founder of local choir Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace is fulfilling her dream — and helping others in the process. Eleven years ago, Julie Adams awoke one mornin ...

Roseville mom and daughter guests at Grammy Awards

While at work in an emergency room Friday morning, Sue Lutz stepped out of a patient’s room to take a phone call. She thought it might be important. The Roseville resident, and ...

Lincoln Brewster performs all over the country, calls Bayside Church home

Lincoln Brewster feels like every day is “solid gold” with his two young sons. The other day he took his 5-year-old son Liam to the pumpkin patch. Later that night Liam and h ...

Club Retro to fill a void of all-ages music venues

The Christian-based all-ages music venue Club Retro is closing its doors in Orangevale and moving to Roseville with a scheduled opening in early October. “There are not en ...

Musician weaves songs about life, loss, women

Quinn Hedges holds up a notebook of tattered pages, full of handwritten lyrics. The words tell the stories of loss, loneliness, life, self-reflection, happiness and his main inspi ...

Production value

Richie Ayres can remember buying his first guitar. He was 6 years old and his folks drove from their home in Lodi to his aunt and uncle’s pawn shop in Roseville. “Chester’s ...

‘Les Mis School Edition’ at Granite Bay

"Drama is about making a world of make believe,” said Jim Prichard, musical theater teacher at Granite Bay High School. And the drama and music departments at Granite Bay High a ...
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