Thursday night, participants in Billy Bauer’s SteelStacks Open Mic had quite an audience, as patrons of the night’s Levitt Pavilion show hung around outside the campus’ TD Bank stage to hear up-and-comers show what they were made of.
Today, we spent a few hours in the car traveling through the rest of West Virginia and Kentucky, before finally arriving in Ohio. We had a double-header today in Cincinnati, starting out with a gig at Sitwell’s Coffeehouse. This intimate, low-key environment was a perfect start to our day, with a few light tunes accompanied by delicious food.
Local veteran bluesman James Supra joined The Quinn Spinn to talk about his exciting summer plans, including his collaborations with artists like Sarah Ayers and more.
Howdy, y’all! Zach and Alex here again, coming to you now from the vast, woodsy expanse of West Virginia, where we’re pretty sure we saw a grand total of five towns once we hit the WV border from Nashville. But what sights they were! Being in all that open country and winding highways reminded the two of us of driving through Vermont. What a beaut!
On Friday, June 23 at Chicago Restaurant and Club Gravity, the Third Annual Lehigh Valley Musicians Social took place. My colleague Pitbull and I were filled with anticipation and excitement for the night’s events. As always, when you plan a party (because yes, this was a party), there is always a bit of nervousness, hoping that everything goes as planned without any hiccups.
This morning, we went on some individual adventures throughout Nashville before eventually running into each other and catching a fun photo with a historical statue in the area. Then, we spent some time lounging around the pool and resting before our official Nashville gig. Once we loaded up the car and headed to Drifters BBQ, we were golden… until we opened the trailer.
After a late night of some good old fashioned board games and some much needed sleep, we ventured to Nashville! On our way there, Zach and I attempted to get on the list for an open mic at The Bluebird Cafe, while the Alex/Alex duo navigated our wagon across time zones.
Saturday was a beautiful day for a brief road trip to the Jersey side.
Our friends at Rocking the Valley hosted an easygoing Sunday evening of folk music Sunday evening at the newly-restored Camel’s Hump Farm, located at 1311 Santee Mill Rd. in Bethlehem.
Before you head out to celebrate your independence, recognize that you have the freedom of choice. There is a lot to choose from on the scene this week and, as always, there’s a little bit of something for everybody.
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