Our musical program is directed by accomplished musician and performer Ken Francis and includes a variety of talented artists who keep our center laughing and singing in style. CSLGH MusicFor a sampling of our musical inspirations, please visit our YouTube Channel and listen to some recorded videos:

2013 Annual Musician Fund Concert

Music Director Ken Francis

Music Director Ken FrancisKen began his musical career at the age of 14 by being the first drummer to receive the Los Angeles Unified School District Musicians Scholarship, which gave him pre admittance into the Los Angeles Children’s Philharmonic. He began touring the United States and Internationally at the age of 17 by joining the Touring Cast of Beatlemania and with the Legends in Concert Tour working as the guitar/keyboardist.

In 1994 Ken released one of the first Enhanced Multimedia CD’s  entitled “Blue Road” which met with outstanding reviews and was featured in the CNN News Channel, NBC’s Extra, Entertainment Tonight, Billboard Magazine, Mix Magazine, The Hard Report, FMQB, The Album Network, R&R and many others. The Blue Road CD was featured as a mural on the side of the world famous Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

In 2003 Ken Co-Wrote and Co-Produced The Invisibles CD which was featured nationally on public radio KPFK with band interviews and given as the radio station gift to subscribers that year.  His song “Is This the Best That We Can Do” was featured in the documentary “Garden of Hope” and premiered at the world famous Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, California. Kenneth performed as bass/percussionist in the Ricky Ricardo Orchestra for the award winning stage production I Love Lucy Live in 2011-12 as well as performing on the Jimmy Kimmel Stage as a member of the Chadwick Johnson Band in 2013.

Kent Moore (Bass)

Bass Player Kent Moore

Bass Player Kent Moore

Kent Moore grew up in Monterey, California, an area well-known for its jazz and blues, Kent graduated from Berklee College of Music- Boston, MA. He performs and records for local bands in the Los Angeles area.

Kent’s influences range from James Jamerson, Jaco Pastorius, and Ron Carter to Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Brian Bromberg.

4 thoughts on “Musicians

  1. Dorian Baucum

    I’d like to come again and be your musical inspiration for one of your services!!! I am a singer based in Los Angeles and have been a member of the Agape International Choir and sang @ Agape as their musical ins. a number of times! My music is uplifting and created in alignment with you principles to help people get through the day in a more enlightened way! Could you please contact to talk further about this possibility @ 617-429-1723? Thanks and look forward to creating wonderful music with you @ your center! Check out my CD Baby Page for more info and clips: Peace!

  2. Jenni Sinclair

    I am Rev. Pam Geagan’s best friend and attended the ordination ceremonies on Sunday. I would love to get a CD of Ken Francis’ music. Does he have one available through our church or through him personally. Or do you have a CD of a mix of music from your church. Please email me if you do:

    Catch my hugs! — Jenni

  3. greg steffen

    Hi Ken,
    I represent Ventura based Matt and Rebecca Stuart. They’re more popularly known as recording artists MInstrel Streams ( If you host outside musicians, then Matt (piano) and Rebecca (flutes) would like to be considered to play at a Sunday service or to give a concert at the Center for Spiritual Living. They have recorded 5 CDs to date. If you would like a sample of their music and/or more information about them, then please let me know. Thank you for any consideration given to Minstrel Streams. I look forward to hearing your thoughts about the possibilities.
    Best regards,
    Greg Steffen
    National Music Marketing
    Salem, MA


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