$12 (same price online and at the door)
Doors at 7:30pm.
Show from 8:15-10:30pm with one intermission
TLC Song Service is an intimate evening with three artists passing the spotlight. Expect insights into the craft of the song from inspiration to final form. *Every Third Thursday
If Travis Hayes’ debut album, Young Daze, captured the wistful
optimism and possibility of youth, his second, Sleepless, is the sound
of finding the strength to stand up after life has slammed you into
the concrete one too many times. The album, written after the sudden
death of a dear friend, encompasses what it is to be alive: the joy of
love, the agony of loss, the terror of embracing hurt, and the
ultimate release of healing. Sleepless is the sound of shedding one
scarred and fractured skin, in order to crawl into another, stronger
one. But for all its sadness, Sleepless is ultimately marked by a deep
sense of hope; the will and desire to keep moving forward, even in the
shadow of grief. “In the end,” Hayes says, “these were more than just
songs. They saved my life.”
“Camille or From Jasmine (stage name) is a 29 year old local artist who has grown up playing musical instruments from a young age. She started off with Piano and that slowly developed into her curiosity for other instruments. The love for music has grown immensely with time and so has her song writing. Through each season, each year of life, she has found herself leaning on the music to get through rough patches. Based originally out of the East Bay by way of Tennessee, she’s found herself fin the heart of Sonoma and hopes to thrive here, making a difference with her music. It’s a mix of melancholy and melodic, with some soul.”
19 year old Lola Guthrie is a singer, songwriter, and poet from Sebastopol, California. She began writing songs during the quarantine and recorded seven of them last year for her album Shadows. She uses sharp imagery and passionate vocals to convey her thoughts and feelings about modern society, the grim future and past, mortality, and human existence. She is excited to share her music with her community at The Lost Church.
Vaccines, boosters, and masks are strongly encouraged, but are not required as per local Public Health Policy.
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The Lost Church Santa Rosa
427 Mendocino Street (Entrance on Ross Street)
- Santa Rosa