Wavelength Music & Arts Festival has announced a partial performer lineup for this year’s festivities, set to take place at Tri-Boro Sportsmen in Allentown on July 14-15.
NyteXing. Maverick Da Roninn. By any name, Matthew Mosley continues to be one of, if not the most, prolific artists of any genre in the Lehigh Valley.
Back in January, Doylestown-based performer CJ Dunleavy alerted us to his “Philadelphia Indie” Spotify playlist, featuring 70+ noteworthy songs by local and regional artists. The playlist has since been passed on to Spotify’s algorithm curators, virtually ensuring that many more ears will have a chance to hear some amazing, under-the-radar tunes.
It seems that more performers are getting in on the playlist curation trend — including the Lehigh Valley Music Awards’ reigning Outstanding New Band/Soloist recipient, Cubbage.
New York native Christian Evanko, who we had the pleasure of meeting last month as part of an outstanding DIY showcase at Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley, is back with a bright new sound alongside his bandmates in The Stash.
Mark your calendars for a one-of-a-kind musical collaboration as southern raconteur Paul Thorn and his five-piece band team up with five-time GRAMMY-winning gospel legends, Blind Boys of Alabama as co-headliners of the 2018 Levitt National Tour.
Now in its fourth year and created to celebrate the collective impact of the Levitt network of music venues in communities across the country, the 2018 Levitt National Tour will stop in at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks in Bethlehem on Friday, June 1.
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The 10th annual LAUNCH Music Conference takes place next month in downtown Lancaster. We’ll be heading out there to get edumacated in new music and industry trends.
And, once again, we’ll be in good and familiar company.
Before the 19th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards took place inside of the Musikfest Cafe on Sunday, March 4, there was the official Lehigh Valley Underground Preshow inside of the ArtsQuest Center lobby.
And, of course, WLVU: The Sound of The Underground prepared for the occasion.
Hey, everybody. My name is Michael Duck, I am Not For Coltrane, and I have some new information about our Come Together benefit show coming up on April 28. As we announced last month here on Lehigh Valley Underground, this is a show at Godfrey Daniels benefiting No Place for Hate — a program in schools across the region, the state, and the country that aims to help kids learn how to relate to each other.
We hope you enjoyed LVU Review-A-Palooza. It seemed popular with y’all, and we’ll look to do it again whenever we decide to skip town for a few days.
Anyway, we’re back in the saddle, ready to deliver a fresh plate of…
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With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start giving serious thought about the ever-approaching 35th annual edition of Musikfest.
And, if your a comedian, that means applying to perform during the second annual Lehigh Valley with Love Comedyplatz.