Press Release: Christian Music Singer-Songwriter super-group The Lost Dogs to wander in to Roseville.
On Thursday, September 28th, 2006, Valley Springs Presbyterian Church will host an intimate evening with The Lost Dogs at the Underground Café in Roseville. The Lost Dogs are a collaborative singer-songwriting effort that brings together some of the best musicians from the past 30 years of Christian music. It features the skills of Terry Taylor (of the 1970’s Jesus Movement band Daniel Amos), Derri Daugherty (of both the 1980’s alternative music group The Choir and City on a Hill fame), Mike Roe (of the Sacramento-based college radio favorites The 77’s) and Steve Hindalong (also of The Choir and City on a Hill, as well as the writer of the chart topping worship song, “God of Wonders“). They will be touring in support of their eleventh album, The Lost Cabin and the Mystery Trees.
Showtime is 7 PM. Tickets are $12 in advance or $15 at the door. For more information, or to purchase advance tickets, please visit www.UndergroundCafe-Roseville.com, or call 916-786-7940. The Underground Café is located at 2401 Olympus Drive in Roseville, and is a ministry of Valley Springs Presbyterian Church. Media information and images can be obtained at http://www.provisionnational.com/thelostdogs.html.
Denise and I will be there… will you? I learned quite a bit about the Lost Dogs I didn’t know from running down the links in this post. For example, Steve Hindalong’s song God of Wonders was used by NASA each morining to wake up the astronauts in the Space Shuttle.