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Living in Modesto changed singer’s life, and his song tells why. Who, how to see video

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Modesto is neither boring nor bologna.

That’s the word from Pedro the Lion, aka David Bazan, an indie singer-songwriter who spent such an impactful time in the city that he penned a song about it.

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Fruit Yard season lineup grows with third popular singer announced. See who, when

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The performers keep on coming to The Fruit Yard Amphitheater in Modesto.

A third show has been added to the venue’s 2024 lineup, according to its website.

Country singer Jake Owen will perform at 6:30 p.m. May 19 at the venue near Waterford. Tickets, $50-$120, are on sale now.

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Turlock native captures eyes and ears of American Idol judges

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Turlock native's journey to become the next American Idol came to an end, but despite that, it's a journey she'll always cherish.

After flying to Nashville, Sarah Snyder sang her own song for judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. She nailed the audition and made her way to Hollywood Week.

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Meet Turlock’s newest ‘American Idol’ contestant. How she got on the show, and what’s next

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People around the world may not know where Turlock, California is, but “American Idol” viewers now have heard the city’s name at least twice as another Central Valley native has heard “yes” from enough judges to make it on the show.

Pitman High graduate Sarah Snyder, 27, impressed pop star Katy Perry, singer-songwriter Lionel Richie and country singer Luke Bryan enough to get the “golden ticket” to Hollywood and also make it through to the showstopper performance round. The showstopper’s first part airs Easter Sunday, and part two is Monday.

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Famed singer, popular classical/hip-hop duo among top Modesto area entertainment

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Patti LaBelle brings her hits to the Gallo Center, as does the musical duo Black Violin. The annual camellia show returns, along with much more Modesto area entertainment planned for March 18-24.

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WATCH | Homeless woman gets recording deal from Grammy nominated producer

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A video of a 52-year-old homeless woman whose opera singing talent has scored her a recording deal from a Grammy nominated producer has gone viral.

Emily Zamourka is known among Los Angeles residents for her angelic voice.

A video of her singing has received more than one million views.

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