Artist: Andrew Huston
Album: Going Away
Released: August 4, 2017
Genre: Alt Country
“Going Away” is a “no-nonsense”, alt-country EP that warrants your time. Andrew Huston’s songwriting is purposefully ambiguous, but easily relatable. The Philadelphia-based artist’s inspiration from Wilco’s “A.M.”, can be felt on “Isn’t It Interesting”. This song displays Andrew’s unique talent of crafting upbeat melodies about negative experiences. Instead of wallowing in despair, Huston forms those memories into catchy sing-alongs that will improve the mood of any bar. Continue reading Review: Andrew Huston’s “Going Away” Deserves Your Attention
Artist: Atown Slim
Album: Competition is Slim II
Released: Oct. 30, 2017
Continue reading Review: Atown Slim’s “Competition is Slim II” Backs Up the Claim
An otherwise-unassuming Sunday night in South Bethlehem featured something legendary, as eclectic multi-genre singer-songwriter David Bromberg returned to Godfrey Daniels in front of a sold-out crowd.
Continue reading PHOTOS: David Bromberg at Godfrey Daniels
As the holiday season marches on and we get closer and closer to the big day (or days, depending on what you celebrate), be assured that the live music scene keeps the beat going just the same.
There are plenty of options out there, with quite a few presented here in our…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
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Our Best of 2017 video series continues, this time shedding a spotlight on the bands that made their mark throughout the year.
Continue reading LVU Best of 2017: The Bands
Released: Nov. 11, 2017
Continue reading bloodmoon’s New Demo: Hard to Define, Easy on the Ears
Artist: Leah Marie Fuls
Released: Dec. 2017
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Lehighton natives Another Day Dawns, who have taken the Valley by storm in recent years with strong performances and packed houses across the region, have the chance of a lifetime.
Continue reading Another Day Dawns Could be NeXt2Rock
We’re coming up on the end of 2017, which can only mean one thing: it’s Year in Review time!
Continue reading LVU Best of 2017: The Albums