11th May 2022


Every year we present an online video showcase featuring some very talented and supportive artists who’ve performed on our TLC Stages.

Anchors Away Video Showcase

Wednesday, May 11th at 7pm PST

Watch on either our YouTube or our SF Facebook Page.

It’s going to be such a fun show full of stories, songs, and special moments. These are one-of-a-kind video performances made just for Anchors Away. These truly fantastic artists really knocked it out of the park for us and we’re darn grateful.

Jasmine Pritchard (SongRise Studios)

Alyra Rose

Laura Benitez (Laura Benitez & the Heartache/Music Mamas on Lost Church Free Radio)

From Jacob

X Confidence.

Also appearing are DJ Webbles (of Hangover Sessions on Lost Church Free Radio), Angelina Brooks, Josh Kirschenbaum, Brett D. Cline, Elizabeth Cline, Michele Kappel, Josh Windmiller, Joshua James Jackson, and Bryce Dow-Williamson.

Click here to set a YouTube reminder to watch the big show!

What is an Anchor Donor?

Our Anchors are the good souls who donate $5, $15, $20 or more each month or some choose to make a gift of $25, $100 or more each quarter.

It’s a set it and forget it way of automating support for The Lost Church in a seriously meaningful (and tax deductible) way.

We wouldn’t still be here without our Anchors. You make a significant difference.

Our 2022 Anchor Donor Drive Goal is 50 New Anchors by May 31st.

All who become Anchors by the end of the month will receive this year’s Anchor Donor metal and cloissonné pin. We design a new pin each year for new Anchors and for Anchors who continue their support this year. Years from now you’ll have a sweet collection of limited edition pins to jazz up any jacket or hat.

Become a Lost Church Anchor Donor at thelostchurch.org/donate


2021 Anchor Donor Pin and thank you card
This was last year’s first ever Original Anchor Donor Pin and Thank You Card. We’ll reveal this year’s Anchor Pin design after they’re mailed to the new 2022 Anchors and renewals.

This Week at Santa Rosa Stage

Thursday, May 12th | Doors at 7:30 Show 8:15-10:30pm

Loud As Folk with TERRIER (Ben & Erika from Brothers Comatose & T Sisters) + Jeremy Lyon (King Dream). Hosted by Spike McGuire

Loud As Folk (every 2nd Thursday at The Lost Church Santa Rosa) is a hub of the west coast songwriting scene focused on highlighting emerging artists with distinct approaches to all genres of American roots music. In the process of bringing these acts together for performances, a beautiful community naturally formed with artists and audience members alike. Now LAF is a global network of songwriters who collaborate, tour, and record in ever changing combinations. The organization is based in Reno, NV and operated by founder Spike McGuire and VP Greg Gilmore. Their dedication remains to preserving the craft of songwriting, whether it’s through your stereo or from the stage.



Lovechild/band composed of Erika of T Sisters and Ben of The Brothers Comatose.


Jeremy Lyon is a Bay Area songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who fronts indie psych-rock project King Dream. With a soulful voice, roots planted in the golden era of California psychedelia, and a wry energy that places him firmly in the 21st century, Lyon charts a path through timeless themes: disillusionment with oneself, with adulthood, with one’s country — and the discovery, time and again, that somehow there’s still plenty worthy of a love song.


Friday, May 13th | Doors at 7:30 Show 8:15-10:30pm

Jim Kweskin

— a solo performance from the always fun founder of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band

Jim Kweskin is the founder of the legendary 1960s Jim Kweskin Jug Band with Fritz Richmond, Geoff Muldaur, Maria Muldaur, Mel Lyman and Bruno Wolfe. During the five years they were together, they successfully transformed the sounds of pre-World War II rural music into a springboard for their good-humored performances. Their imitators were legion, including a San Francisco jug band that became the Grateful Dead, a Los Angeles jug band that became the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and a New York jug band that became the Lovin’ Spoonful. No other group attained their unique blend of youthful energy and antiquarian expertise, tight musicianship, loose camaraderie, and infectious swing.

Jim Kweskin’s shows radiate charm, humor, sophistication and talent. Jim sings a collection of familiar songs by Benny Goodman, Johnny Mercer, the Sons of the Pioneers, Fats Waller, and Somethin’ Smith & the Redheads. There’s an endearing sense of good humor to Kweskin’s interpretations that makes his performances a delight. Because of his vast repertoire and love of the music, Kweskin is recognized as one of the best interpreters of the great American songbook.


Saturday, May 14th | Doors at 7:30 Show 8:15-10:30pm

Hanna Haas (Portland OR) and Solström

Hanna Haas

Hanna Haas is a songwriter drawn to the dance of light and dark. Currently based in Portland Oregon, she has come to call the entire West Coast her home. Hanna describes her music as “contemplative folk,” identifying with artists Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, and Feist for their alternate tunings and mesmerizing melodies. Inspired by environments in which she has inhabited, Hanna sings of the dramatic landscape of Big Sur, the California sun, and the vast and open Pacific Northwest sky. Hanna loves to engage her audiences in sweet story-telling and laughter, leaving her audience in a state of heart-felt introspection. Hanna has played countless shows in Portland, OR and has become a part of the close knit community of West Coast artists. She has opened for artists such as John Craigie, Still Woozy, Juliana Barwick and others. Hanna has been working on her debut album “To Her, the Sea” and plans to release it in Spring 2022.



Solström is Americana music inspired by the sunshine daydream. Michael Solström, singer/songwriter, is based out of the redwoods of Occidental in Northern California. With a warm and haunting voice that blends traditional folk styles with modern stories and melodies.


Located on Ross Street (between Mendocino & B) in Downtown Santa Rosa

(23-min from Petaluma, 40-min from San Rafael, 1 hr 6-min from San Francisco, 1 hr 9-min from Oakland)

Matinee performances end at 5pm | Evening performances end at 10:30pm

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.

Seating is First Come, First Served.

All Ages are welcome

(Except for babies, children, and adults who cannot sit quietly for two hours and enjoy the performance)

Our Current Safety Protocols

Future Fun at The Lost Church (upcoming shows)

at The Lost Church SANTA ROSA

Friday, May 20th: Francesco Echo (debut band show) and Adam Spry

Recommended If You Like: 
Kurt Vile, The War On Drugs, Peter Gabriel, The Strokes

Saturday, May 21st: Obsidian Son Band with Lockwood Barr (Nashville) 

Recommended If You Like: 
Lyle Lovett, Chuck Prophet , Chris Isaak, Nickel Creek, Stevie Nicks, The Chicks

Sunday, May 22nd MATINEE: Brad Barton, Reality Thief – Magic, Mentalism & Mischief

Recommended If You Like: 
Having your mind blown, laughing your head off, trying to figure out how he did it!

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Friday, May 27th

Odessa (LA), Schlee, and Scout LaRue Willis (LA)

learn more about the show HERE.

From Your Everlovin’ Editor

Hello sweetness,

We’re having a blast at TLC HQ this week.

Join us for the live and in person good times and for a rare online event, too.

It won’t be as fun without you.


Michele & The Lost Church

Email us at hq@thelostchurch.org with your questions and comments.

We STRONGLY RECOMMEND MASKS be worn while inside our theater to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Masks are no longer mandated by the State of California and are no longer required for entry.

Our Staff will continue wearing Masks for your safety.

Color Coded Symphony Project On-the-Air with Aireene Espiritu

Thursdays 6-7pm PST on Lost Church Free Radio


Thursday, May 12th Episode (and all May episodes) feature


In the May episode, our guest is Kainani Hartnett, a musician who teaches and performs with her ensemble, ‘AHAmele here in the San Francisco Bay Area.

We highlight the songs and compositions written by Queen Liliuokalani, her love for Hawaii and its native people, hula’s connection to lyrics, and beautiful Hawaiian culture.

QUEEN LILI’UOKALANI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lili%CA%BBuokalani

KAINANI HARTNETT was born in Hilo, Hawai’i and later settled in Honolulu with her family. She was drawn to hawaiian music and hula from an early age and it was what she turned to in college at Univ of Michigan when missing home. Kainani became the principal musician for a small hula troupe in Colorado and then moved to the Bay Area, where she joined the Academy of Hawaiian Arts (AHA) for hula in 2003. There, when some other dancers expressed interest in learning hawaiian music, she started teaching a hawaiian music ensemble, which became the performing group ‘AHAmele. (“concert” in hawaiian) Kumu Mark Ho’omalu’s philosophy at AHA to “do your own and do it well” is the inspiration for ‘Ahamele’s unique arrangements of beloved hawaiian songs. He honored Kainani with the title of Kumu in 2018.


_Lili’ue (Kawaikapuokalani Hewett)

_Wiomina (Live performance by AHAMele)

_Ahe Lau Makani (Herb Ohta Jr and Jon Yamasato)

_Queen’s Jubliee (Shaun Gomban)

_Aloha ‘oe (Tia Carrere)

_Ku’u Pua i Paoakalani (Lito Arkangel)


Songs, sounds and rhythms from local and worldwide regions, connecting listeners to their ethnic origins through music with special guest artists sharing songs and stories.

More info about Color-Coded Symphony at http://www.colorcodedsymphony.com


Ask an Accountant with Jericha

Ask an Accountant with Jericha

Theater Bay Area presents…

Wednesday, May 18th


Virtual Zoom Q& A

Free to TBA members! Accountant Jericha Senyak hosts a Q&A session to answer your finance and accounting questions.

Jericha will do her best to demystify, clarify, and bring ease to the thorny topic of finance in the arts, including:

  • Budgeting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Creating & understanding financial reports
  • Financial best practices
  • Decoding financial jargon
  • Understanding funder requirements
  • Or simply dealing with the anxiety of managing money in the harsh landscape of capitalism

Don’t have a specific question, but still want to learn? Come and soak up all that information on accounting for companies and artists! 

The limit for this event is 30, so register soon by clicking the image above.

Newly Updated 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 storiesaudio memoirsinterviews with world renowned artists, plus music from artists who have graced our theater stages or are about to, and much more!


Railroad Square Music Festival

Sunday, June 12th :: FREE!

Railroad Square Music Festival June 12, 2022 Poster with Artists

CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE  to learn more!

*Railroad Square Music Festival is FREE and is a project of The Lost Church .Org

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We’re working on a app, but in the meantime tune into our fledgeling station by simply adding our web page radio player to your device’s home screen.

Private Event Rentals at TLC Santa Rosa

Let’s Party!

Private Event Rentals at The Lost Church

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.

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