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The Stars are Shining
SCV-Arts regularly tapes and airs cultural events within Santa Clarita and the greater Los Angeles area. Check out music legend, Smokey Robinson hosting his second annual Santa Clarita golf invitational featuring celebrities from music, television, and sports hall of famers - all in to benefit The Midnight Mission
Bill Withers and other music legends speak out. "This is your time to live...so take this time, love that gift...don't cheat yourself...shoot your shot."
Exclusive Interview with music icon and worship leader, Tommy Walker, during a special Christmas interview. Sneak peak at new song rehearsal!
Glory SCV - NEWSBOYS deliver a message of praise at College of the Canyons stadium.
JANUARY 20, 2017
Black Violin brings their "Unity" tour to Santa Clarita. While the rest of the nation is in turmoil, Santa Clarita residents enjoy a multi-ethnic celebration of classical and hip hop concertos.
Wynonna Judd and the Big Noise make music at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.
Up & Coming Artists
IAs an infant, she slept in her parents' guitar case. Meet Elsie May in a pre-show interview. Music runs in her veins and through her vocals.
Sheldon Botler 'Positivity' Music
Positivity is the message that Sheldon Botler expresses through his music. From Seattle to Santa Clarita and throughout the Los Angeles area, he is positively a 'positivity' music genius. A song from his Santa Clarita debut during the 2nd Annual Songwriters Night.
CBS Studios sets the stage for the second annual
"Christmas in New York"
to benefit cancer patients of Circle of Hope, Inc. a Santa Clarita based non-profit.
The second annual Songwriters Night hosted by the Locke Brothers, facilitated in the open spaces of Towsley Canyon to raise funds and awareness for a public amphitheatre in the location.
Discovered at Durango Songwriters Expo, 12-year-old Sadie Duka gets a deal in the works with top music execs from NBC Universal. Here's how it went down!
"Arts is just as important as military defense, you know? Emotional defense is just as important."
~ Quincy Jones