Photos courtesy of Tonya Capps.

Community and family support propel Trussville teen Jackson Capps to regional music scene more


Jim MacRae, a retired metallurgical engineer who has lived in Trussville 16 years, started playing the bagpipes in college. more



Photos courtesy of Charity Green.

ENVOY aims to share a message of hope and love through music. more



Photo courtesy of Trussville City Schools.

At the Oct. 24 board meeting, the music education teachers of Trussville City Schools were honored with a proclamation from Gov. Robert Bentley recognizing the city of Trussville as one of the Best Communities for Music Education. more

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Photos by Matt Brock.

Trussville native Brett Rutledge now calls Nashville home and has been making a name for himself in the music world for eight years. more


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Photo by Shay Allen.

Family, music, fun mark spring event. more


The HTMS mixed and show choirs participated in the State Choral Performance Assessment sponsored by the Alabama Vocal Association. more

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Photo by Kalai Kennedy.

The Grigsby family of Trussville will be driving to Texas this summer, and like countless families before them, they’ll be stopping at museums, historic landmarks and, of course, the necessary number of service station restrooms along the way. more


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Photo courtesy of Trussville City Fest.

Trussville City Fest is back for its 36th year of family fun on the historic Mall in downtown Trussville on Saturday, May 7. more



Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

In the halls at First Baptist Church of Trussville, you might hear a little extra music besides the church choir: tiny fingers playing their first piano notes behind one door, an expert violinist performing behind another. more