We appreciate your donations that helped us meet our Matching Donor Challenge and also far exceeded the total raised of any past fundraiser! Thank you for both the financial support and fierce commitment you have for performance, for the arts, and for our incredible community.
The Lost Church Santa Rosa will be closed through February 11th
By Order of the Health Officer of the County Of Sonoma C19-35 we are postponing all performances through to Friday, February 11th.
We’ll return with panaché on Saturday, February 12th with Le (four piece) Duo
(Mimi & Gabe featuring members of Dgin, SonoMusette, Barrio Manouche and for fans of French, Flamenco, and Funk Music). >>> TICKETS <<<<
We’re dedicated to providing a safe space for artists to perform and for our community to gather, but another shut down is hard. Oof.
Please add our upcoming showcases to your personal calendar as a show of commitment to sustaining live performance and, if you’re able to, please give us an extra sign of support by purchasing tickets in advance.
We’re offering full refunds for non-attendance or cancelations due to COVID concerns, so there is no risk in showing your support by getting advanced tickets.
Our stages may be closed this month, but we’re glad to be able to continue share cool stuff with you and to serve our artists by airing their wonderful music and fantastic original radio shows on Lost Church Free Radio.
Zöe Winter performing Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides Now” at TLC Santa Rosa
Thank you to Eye-clash Ragazine for capturing this lovely moment.
Hear more of Zöe’s music at: zoewintermusic.com and come see her live on our SR stage on Thursday, March 10th at Loud As Folk with Joshua James Jackson (Album Release), Sebastian Saint James, and Spike McGuire. (click for tickets).
Visit our YouTube Channel and Subscribe!
We post marvelous finds from our TLC Video Archives EVERY THURSDAY on our YouTube page and don’t want you to miss a single one.
For the next 30-days while we’re unable to have live performances on our stages we are adding an extra day to our posts and will also share a new video every TUESDAY, too (Toosday?). We’re all missing live Lost Church Performances, but are taking this time to share our archive of gems from both the long ago and recent past.
“Living simply makes loving simple.”
― bell hooks
From Your Everlovin’ Editor
Wishing you a Happy New Year
2022 already is a wild ride with disheartening twists and turns.
We will make it through, as always.
We have so much to look forward to with more shows in Santa Rosa, a new North Beach theater, new Lost Church Free Radio Shows with really cool, creative episodes, more poetry, interviews, and essays here in Lost Church Bulletin, and other fun surprises along the way.
Wishing us all…
Lots and lots and lots of Art and Performance in the year ahead!
Michele & The Lost Church
Friday on Lost Church Free Radio
West of Twin Peaks Radio
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14TH (replay edition)
Hosted by MJ Call
So much for signing with a record label! Even before COVID clipped her wings, emerging San Francisco singer/songwriter ZOLA watched as the debut album she was actively promoting was shelved, when the LA label she was with folded without warning.
ZOLA is BACK — wiser, more confident AND more herself with a terrific brand new EP called “The Kid.”
She joins MJ as guest artist Friday at Noon on a brand spankin’ new West of Twin Peaks Radio on LOST CHURCH FREE RADIO.
Hear a wonderful conversation and dive deep into the EP. If you’re a breaking artist, or even a seasoned sonic veteran, this is an episode with a cautionary tale you won’t want to miss.
PLUS of course, two hours of brand new tunes from the Bay area and beyond, including local artists like…..
DOWN DIRTY SHAKE
THE JEN TUCKER BAND
IAN MANN & SANDY’S
TELL ME TELL ME
MICHAEL MICHAEL MOTORCYCLE
THE MOTHER HIPS
Sunday on Lost Church Free Radio
The Village Green Radio Hour
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15TH (replay edition)
Hosted by Maurice Tani
A sweet ride through the coolness that is the world of the Little Village Foundation.
Founded in 2015, Little Village is an arts non-profit that uses music as a tool to increase cross cultural understanding. Little Village musicians hail from various communities and cultures but all share a common goal of exposing their music to audiences who they would not have otherwise reached. Rooted in cultural stories and traditions, their music challenges the idea of what it means to have American roots. Little Village seeks out these previously undiscovered artistic gems, and provides them with the tools to launch a successful album, at no cost to the artist. All proceeds from sales of the albums are given back to the artists as a way to promote artist agency and ownership of their work. Recording an artist helps them connect to their community, while providing Little Village with an opportunity to share their music with the world and win the artist acclaim.
Our Full Radio Schedule
We feature a mix of original conversations about music and motherhood or about your favorite songs and their deeper meanings or about our shared mortality and love of living. Our station also features uniquely curated travels through the world of local and national new music of all genres, hilarious true stories, old-time radio theater horror and suspense, audio memoirs, interviews with world renowned artists, plus music from artists who have graced our theater stages or are about to, and much more!
Private Event Rentals at TLC Santa Rosa
Looking for a charming, easy, memorable, and fun place for your Birthday, Anniversary, New Year Party or Company Party?
Contact us to find out more about our Private Event Rentals in Santa Rosa.
A private event in our beautiful, rather eccentric theater is a party or event that your guests will really remember.