Ninjapedia Band of the Week: Eighteenth Hour

15057808_10157651246070123_516467451_nAlmost two years ago, I was sitting in my seat at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, waiting to see a band that had very quickly grown on me after first seeing them perform in 2007. They were celebrating their 15th anniversary together as a band, as well as their new album, titled “6.”

Not many bands in the Lehigh Valley can hold that title of longevity, especially when they are still writing new music, and still playing shows.

You can’t help but to become entranced in every single note of their music. The guys are like a well-oiled machine on stage, with their smooth rock sounds, with a twist of funk and groove. Their music draws you in. Whether it’s electric or acoustic, their power rock melodies leave you hungry for more.

Eighteenth Hour is this week’s Ninjapedia Band of the Week!

If you have never experienced an Eighteenth Hour show, then you are missing out on some great talent that you would want to write home to mom about! They have a show coming up on June 23 at Chicago Restaurant and Club Gravity for the Third Annual Lehigh Valley Musicians Social, hosted by The Fyre and Ice Show and part of The Originals Music Series!

You can follow Eighteenth Hour’s website and Facebook page for band updates, while their latest album, “6,” can be purchased on iTunes.

Below is “Diamonds and Stones,” one of my personal favorites by Eighteenth Hour. Take a listen and enjoy!

 

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