Yellow Pages |   News Updates |   Events Calendar |   Movie Times | Recycling  |   Document Shredding
Rocklin & Roseville Today Events
Celebrating Life...
HOME

6 Music Bands Worthy of Old School Fans




Curated Music Worth Sharing: New Music for Old School

Roseville, CA- Discovering and sharing music is a passion for so many.

Each week, we probe the musical minds of friends, family and acquaintances to learn what music fuels their days. In the process, we absorb and expand our listening habits with auditory treats to add to our own collection.

Here will share some of those gems from both popular and hidden bands. We hope you find something enjoyable and worth sharing. Spotify playlist links are included.

6 Bands Worthy of Old School Fans

1. Band of Horses

Melodic, great arrangements and one great song after another.
View list or follow on Spotify

2. Willie & Lobo

The duo that got us excited about New Flamenco and World Music. Perfect for poolside and happy hour parties.
View list or follow on Spotify

3 - Norah Jones

Beautiful voice, great songs. Easy on the ears.
View list or follow on Spotify

4 - Riverside

Classic and unexpected find. Progressive rock band from Poland with unique blend of influences that captures the vibe of early Pink Floyd to heavier bands. Loud or with headphones recommended.
View list or follow on Spotify

5- The Heavy Circles

Definitely not heavy, but a well crafted album from people you may know. Always a family favorite.
View list or follow on Spotify

6- Jonathan Wilson

This list would not be complete without Jonathan Wilson, The definition of old school. He's got the sound, the vintage gear and the spirit of another era. Classic songs from Bonnaroo show.
View list or follow on Spotify


Check out some Upcoming Local Concerts in Roseville, Sacramento and Lincoln and more!




Upcoming Concerts

View Local Concert Venue Schedules!



Placer County News Headlines

$866 Million Budget for Placer County ApprovedThe Placer County Board of Supervisors has approved the county's final 2017-18 budget of $866.2 million, an increase of 6.2 percent from the previous

Free Dementia Training on Sept. 27 for Families of Loved Ones Roseville, CA- The number of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease is expected to triple - from five million today to more than 16 million by 2050 - unless a cure is found

Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk October 8thSacramento, CA - Join the Down Syndrome Information Alliance as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2017 Step Up For Down Syndrome Walk

Roseville City School District partners with Tommy Apostolos FundRoseville, Calif. - Accidents happen, which is why local nonprofit, Tommy Apostolos Fund, is launching its newest program, "Kids' Care Kits."

Sacramento Metro Chamber Small Business Development Center UpdatesSACRAMENTO, CA - In less than three years after assisting its first client in December 2014, the Sacramento Metro Chamber's Capital Region Small Business Development Center

Recovery Happens Event in Auburn September 23Auburn, CA- This annual event celebrates people recovering from substance use or mental health concerns, highlighting their success stories

New Social Host Ordinance in AuburnAUBURN, Calif. - The Auburn City Council unanimously passed a civil social host ordinance during their city council meeting.

Versatile Hyundai Ioniq: Has EV and Hybrid modeRoseville, CA - Anyone interested in purchasing the all-new 2017 Hyundai Ioniq better be proficient at decision making

Roseville Gas Price Hikes Slow Heading into AutumnRoseville, CA- Coming off recent upticks in prices, Roseville area residents have seen prices remain relatively stable this past week.

WJU Baseball adds experience and leadership to staffROCKLIN, Calif. - William Jessup head baseball coach Jake McKinley is pleased to introduce the new coaching staff for the Warriors, bringing years of experience and leadership

Roseville Club to Host Tennis Sectional ChampionshipRoseville, CA - The United States Tennis Association (USTA) Northern California Adult 55+ Tennis Sectional Championship will be arriving on Sept. 21-24

Our Most Vulnerable Residents: Expanding Medical Care & HousingThe Placer County Board of Supervisors recently approved two new components of the Whole Person Care pilot program: a medical respite unit that will provide interim care for at-risk clients leaving the hospital, along with a new agreement to purchase housing units


NEWS: In Case You Missed It