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Second-year dance student Sarah Summers will release her debut album, "Lovely Little Things," on March 24. The 11-track album is comprised of tracks Summers wrote both in high school and at UCLA.

(Carolyn Francis/Daily Bruin)

UCLA’s Sarah Summers to debut album ‘Lovely Little Things’

The title track on Sarah Summers’ debut album, “Lovely Little Things,” was almost relegated to the same forlorn fate as the archaic flip phone she originally recorded it on. Read more...

Photo: Second-year dance student Sarah Summers will release her debut album, "Lovely Little Things," on March 24. The 11-track album is comprised of tracks Summers wrote both in high school and at UCLA. (Carolyn Francis/Daily Bruin)

Second-year dance student Sarah Summers will release her debut album, "Lovely Little Things," on March 24. The 11-track album is comprised of tracks Summers wrote both in high school and at UCLA.

(Carolyn Francis/Daily Bruin)

Third-year vocal performance student India Carney will be performing Thursday in the Fowler Out Loud concert series. Carney plans to release her debut EP "Heartbroken" by the end of March. 

(Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin staff)

Fowler to host soulful performer in India Carney

India Carney filled the margins of her high school math notebook with lyrics rather than numbers. Last year, she sang these lyrics, a product of daydreaming in class, into a Melnitz Hall microphone while recording “Like a Star,” the first track on her debut EP to be released next month. Read more...

Photo: Third-year vocal performance student India Carney will be performing Thursday in the Fowler Out Loud concert series. Carney plans to release her debut EP "Heartbroken" by the end of March. (Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin staff)

Third-year vocal performance student India Carney will be performing Thursday in the Fowler Out Loud concert series. Carney plans to release her debut EP "Heartbroken" by the end of March. 

(Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin staff)

In addition to performing on Friday at the WitZend, The Street Hearts will play their newest single “Darling Don’t Go” at this year’s Spring Sing and will feature a violinist.
(Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

Student band The Street Hearts to perform Valentine’s Day show

The sound of The Street Hearts will be coupled with the sight of candy hearts at WitZend on Valentine’s Day. This year, the student folk and soul band has been experimenting with the violin and expanding with genres such as jazz, blues and soul, which it will bring to Friday’s concert in Venice. Read more...

Photo: In addition to performing on Friday at the WitZend, The Street Hearts will play their newest single “Darling Don’t Go” at this year’s Spring Sing and will feature a violinist. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

In addition to performing on Friday at the WitZend, The Street Hearts will play their newest single “Darling Don’t Go” at this year’s Spring Sing and will feature a violinist.
(Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)


UCLA students Nashir Janmohamed, Harmony Chua and David Laudicina comprise the jazz piano trio “Chrio.”

Musical trio to bring color to Fowler Out Loud

The blank canvas buzzes with white noise. The drummer and bassist build a melody of blue on their instruments. Red follows. Eventually, the musicians have created an auditory painting so rich it encompasses the audience with color. Read more...

Photo: UCLA students Nashir Janmohamed, Harmony Chua and David Laudicina comprise the jazz piano trio “Chrio.”

UCLA students Nashir Janmohamed, Harmony Chua and David Laudicina comprise the jazz piano trio “Chrio.”

Known for its animated live performances, UCLA world folk band We the Folk has recently grown with the addition of two new members and larger off-campus shows in downtown Los Angeles. The band will release its new single this December.

We the Folk’s journey expands beyond UCLA

Eighteen miles from the Hill, in a dimly lit bar for an audience dotted with A-list celebrities such as Kirsten Dunst, student band We the Folk delivered one of its largest performances at Villains Tavern, located in downtown Los Angeles, this summer. Read more...

Photo: Known for its animated live performances, UCLA world folk band We the Folk has recently grown with the addition of two new members and larger off-campus shows in downtown Los Angeles. The band will release its new single this December.

Known for its animated live performances, UCLA world folk band We the Folk has recently grown with the addition of two new members and larger off-campus shows in downtown Los Angeles. The band will release its new single this December.

UCLA alumnus Bryce Wilson, who holds guitar lessons at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, is currently working on his debut EP, featuring a mix of genres.

UCLA alumnus, guitar teacher finds singing voice

Something was missing from musician Bryce Wilson’s arsenal of instruments he knew how to play – his voice. For most of his life, Wilson’s singing experience was limited to innocent childhood performances, such as his rendition of “Lay Down Your Weary Tune” by Bob Dylan on a 1/2 size guitar in front of elementary school students who weren’t alive in the heyday of the folk singer’s career. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Bryce Wilson, who holds guitar lessons at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, is currently working on his debut EP, featuring a mix of genres.

UCLA alumnus Bryce Wilson, who holds guitar lessons at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center, is currently working on his debut EP, featuring a mix of genres.