How the SCV figured into the Oscars landscape

Throughout the years, the city has maintained its close ties to Hollywood, so when the nominations for the 2020 Academy Awards season were released Jan. 13, it was no surprise Santa Clarita was an integral part of seven of this year’s distinguished films.

The Beat returns to Canyon Santa Clarita

The group known as pioneers and legends in the “British Two Tone Ska movement,” English Beat and original singer and guitar player Dave Wakeling continues the band’s legacy of hits like “Mirror in the Bathroom” and “Save it for Later,” among many others.

Jefferson Starship landing in Santa Clarita

The group actually “rose from the ashes” of another legendary San Francisco band, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, Jefferson Airplane, and now music fans can see them when the band comes to Canyon Santa Clarita

Tower of Power returns to Santa Clarita

To enjoy the band that’s been playing music for more than 50 years since its start in August 1968, Tower of Power is a can’t-miss show for fans of rhythm and blues in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Businesses opening in 2020

A new year also means new business in the Santa Clarita Valley.  In the new year, the community should look out for a slate of

Enjoy Ambrosia at Canyon Santa Clarita

Ambrosia, a Grammy-nominated band whose musical stylings have been described as “progressive-pop,” is returning for another show at Canyon Santa Clarita next month.

SCV music fans to get a look at Naked Eyes

The band behind one of the quintessential 80s songs, their remake of “Always Something There to Remind Me,” Naked Eyes is bringing their brand of timeless British new wave pop to the Santa Clarita Valley on Nov. 29.

Molly Hatchet set to rock Canyon Santa Clarita

For more than 40 years, Molly Hatchet has been a leader in Southern rock, in a similar vein to Lynyrd Skynyrd and 38 Special, and now, their Santa Clarita Valley fans can catch them live when they come to town.