It was a Sunday special at WSCI Radio’s Studio 73 in Bethlehem when New Jersey alt rockers Wicked Hollow rolled into town for a special, intimate recording session.
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We were excited enough just to learn that we were nominated for eight Lehigh Valley Music Awards. We also can’t wait to be in attendance to see who comes away with honors at the LVMAs this March.
We’re so pumped, in fact, that we’ve decided to get the party started a bit early. Say, an hour early…
Local singer-songwriter John Hufford joins today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, sponsored by The Valley Ledger. John tells us about his musical beginnings, how he became a songwriter, and his aspirations in this exclusive interview which also features a pair of live, in-studio performances.
Plus, we have some TRULY Stupid News, Somethin’ Good (and adorable), and plenty of variety in our musical selections!
We believe that every week is “Super” here on the Valley’s music scene, and this one is no exception.
If you’re like most of the country, you probably won’t be venturing too far out on Sunday. Before then, however, there’s plenty of quality entertainment in your backyard. For example, here are the…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
On Saturday night, we embarked to the other side of the Delaware to visit our good friends at American Spirits Roadhouse. There, local blues musician Dana Gaynor was hosting night two of her winter Jamageddon festival.
The unique, storied listening room at Godfrey Daniels was packed on Friday night, and for good reason: local legend Steve Brosky brought his Big Lil’ Band into town for two-plus hours of blues, soul, and more.
A.C. – drummer for Valley bands Grass and the recently reunited Road Sodas – is a natural story-teller; there’s a sexy rasp to his voice, and a swagger to his delivery. He’s a wildcard, but in a lovable, cinematic way. I asked him a few questions about the return of the Sodas. His answers are presented here minimally edited, in his own excited, run-on style.
Those inside Chicago Restaurant’s Club Gravity on Thursday night were treated to not one, but two sets from The Beautiful Distortion.
Artist: Another Day Dawns
Song: Love She’s After (LISTEN)
Released: Jan. 13, 2017
Genre: Hard rock
For all of their ruggedness, there’s a certain polish and infectious nature to the music of Another Day Dawns that hints at a bright future for the young Lehighton rockers.