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The next iteration of the community singalong “The Foundry Sings” takes place Wednesday, January 25, beginning at 6 p.m. The popular Journey anthem “Don’t Stop Believin’” will be performed by anyone who is interested in coming together to lea…

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This is an exciting review to write because western Nevada County has a new theater company staging its maiden production — and it was very good. First timers in any endeavor often need adjustment, but there is little that Lyric Rose Theatre …

Afroman released his first album “My Fro-losophy” in 1998. He scored a major hit with the comedic song “Because I Got High” two years later. The song, originally inspired by his unwillingness to clean his room, surged in popularity on Napster…

Sure, you could call Words + Music a song circle, but with four of folk music’s most distinctive musicians rounding it out, it’s much more. When Laurie Lewis, Don Henry and Claudia Russell take the stage, they elevate the experience, singing …

Celebrating their 10-year anniversary, The Cripple Creek Band is proud to announce their recently released album, Last of a Dying Breed. Combining musical influences to establish their own unique sound, The CCB’s original songs blend Southern…

Music in the Mountains, one of Nevada County’s Classical Music Performance and Education Non-profits, received three arts education grants from the California Arts Council, according to a press release.