AUUF Presents Jim Scott — Sunday, June 24 @ 7:00 p.m.


Our friends (and gracious hosts) the AUUF present past Sundilla artist Jim Scott‘s “Singing on the Side of Love” concert on Sunday, June 24 at 7:00 p.m.. Admission is $8-20 sliding scale with portion to benefit AUUF outreach. They invite you to join in a rousing musical celebrations of peace and ecological harmony. Sponsored by Auburn Alliance for Peace & Justice and Sundilla. Jim Scott has brought his contemporary and multicultural music to more than 500 UU Churches over 27 years. His much loved “Gather the Spirit” and a number of others are included in the UU hymnbooks. Former Co-chair […] Read more »

CD Review | Dan Navarro with Stonehoney Live at McCabe’s


This 2009 release held special significance for a couple of reasons. It was the first full-length CD to feature Stonehoney, a popular and successful country-rock quartet that had spent too much time on the road and too little in the studio. (That issue has since been rectified with the release of The Cedar Creek Sessions.) More importantly, it was the first solo CD by Dan Navarro. Poignantly, the concert that would become Dan Navarro with Stonehoney Live at McCabe’s took place just one week after the final performance by Lowen and Navarro. Lowen and Navarro were together for 22 years […] Read more »

Storyhill | Friday, June 1


Storyhill is a folk duo that brings infectious melodies, smart story songs and heartbreaking harmonies together in one perfect package. Chris Cunningham and John Hermanson grew up and started performing together as teenagers, while living in Bozeman, Montana. Both were musical from the get-go, singing with choirs, playing in bands and mastering many musical instruments—piano, guitar, trumpet, violin, harmonica, bass and accordion. Although their 7th grade world geography class is what ostensibly brought them together, it was their musical passions that made them close friends and lifelong musical collaborators. They recorded their first tape as Chris and Johnny in 1989, […] Read more »