The new film "Rock of Ages," has a star-studded cast.
The upcoming line-up of performers coming to the Stanislaus County Fair is looking to hit all the right notes with fairgoers by bringing in a bevy of entertainers.
Hugh Laurie, the popular and acclaimed star of television's "House" will readily admit he doesn't have the typical pedigree and background of most Blues musicians, but he's not about to let that get in his way.
Sixteen bands will enter. One band will leave.
Every March for the past eight years, Kyra Reed has made the trip to Austin, Texas for the unique convergence of music, film, media, and technology that is the South by Southwest festival.
Mixing in the sounds of a plucky banjo, the sweet vibrations of the mandolin, the deep resonating bass and an authentic twang, Red Dog Ash is finding their groove in the bluegrass arena.
Local Irish pub rock band The Van Diemen's has been looking forward to St. Patrick's Day for awhile. This holiday, which has everyone seeing green, is their day to shine.
Mix in one part country, one part folk, a bit of bluegrass and a splash of jazz and serve it all up in three part harmonies and you'll have Red Molly.
Turlock native Andy Padlo recently released his fourth album, "Buffalo Wedding." He describes his style as a mix of singer/songwriter, folk, and alternative country/rock.
The PreZcotts, a quartet of sisters from Modesto, are busier than ever with the release of their first album, "Gossip." The group has been performing at gigs all over the Central Valley, including recent visit to Dennis Earl Elementary School in Turlock. The sisters are between the ages of 12 and 17 and they write songs mostly about real teen experiences.
Rachel Rojas remembers very clearly when her son Heath's love of music became apparent. He was 4 years old at the time and was fascinated by his older brother's piano lesson.
Sacred Heart second graders Matthew and Nicolette Badal were excited that it was Thursday. On Thursdays the brother and sister get to go to the little purple house on Main Street and do one of their favorite activities - play the guitar.
The Merced County Fair's entertainment line-up has something for almost everyone this year.
The Turlock Concert Association is closing out their season with a performance by the Wind Soloists of New York.
The Turlock Police and Fire Pipe Band won first place at the recently held Bakersfield Highland Games Band competition.