Jars of Clay in concert at APU

Award-winning Christian band Jars of Clay will perform in its only West Coast appearance this season, at Azusa Pacific University.

The band will be performing songs from their new CD, Redemption Songs, that was released March 22. The show starts at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Azusa Pacific’s Felix Event Center on the West Campus. General admission is $16 and $13 for groups of 30 or more. Tickets may be purchased through www.ticketweb.com. Portions of the proceeds will benefit Famine Relief in Africa.

For more information, visit www.apu.edu. or call Nick Johnson at the Office of Communiversity at (626) 815-3053.

—Jennifer Kitzmann

Tune in to Becky Tuttle

Up-and-coming folk musician and ULV student Becky Tuttle will be performing songs from her new CD “Last Day” on “Late Night La Verne” at 7 p.m. tonight.

Tuttle, a Kansas native, delivers a simple, down-to-earth acoustic sound from both her guitar and her voice. She is also part of the choirs at ULV and La Verne Church of the Brethren.

“Last Day” features nine original songs that Tuttle wrote and recorded while she was living in Washington, D.C., doing volunteer work.

Faculty recital tonight

The Department of Music is presenting a faculty recital tonight at 8 p.m. in Founders Auditorium.

The recital stars Susan Helfter on horn and Jacqueline Petitto on piano, and will feature soprano Carol Stephenson and Beth Mitchell on tuba.

General admission is $5 and students are free. For more information call (909) 593-3511 Ext. 4921.

—Tom Anderson

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