In Easton, the local artist community has responded to help a friend in his time of need.
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Hi everyone. I’m Gerard. Some of you might know me as a friend or relative. Others might know me as a guy who started a local music blog that seems to be doing well these days. Or, I might be a former teammate, some random person from high school or college, or someone you’ve otherwise encountered in your travels once or twice. Some of you reading this might not know me at all. In that case, it’s nice to meet you.
If you know me, you probably know that I’ve always been a person with a lot to say. You can credit it partially to my natural love of expressing words, as a former English major and someone who has always enjoyed writing. It can be credited more recently, though, to the fact that life has taken some rather interesting turns over the past three years.
That is to say, it entirely fell apart between 2015 and 2017.
This time, the singer-songwriter is teaming up with the American Cancer Society for a unique benefit at Hellertown’s Dimmick Park.
So… it turns out that LVU Contributor Lisa Robinson took so many photos at Saturday night’s Concert for the Kids benefit for Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley and Lehigh Valley Health Network Children’s Hospital that we missed an entire folder’s worth on the SD card for the first post…
Breaking away from music for a moment: New Bethany Ministries in Bethlehem needs your help.
Due to take a road trip to Philly this weekend? Naturally, you can find plenty of live music in the nation’s fifth largest city almost any night of the week.
However, if you’re going to go that far, you might as well rock for a cause.
Last year, Scott Marshall assembled a group of local musicians for a pediatric cancer benefit at Bethlehem’s Steel Pub.
On June 2, the now-annual event is back with an all-new, multi-genre lineup in the name of helping families of children with cancer.
A busy weekend in Bethlehem concluded with a multi-faceted evening of entertainment at the Charles A. Brown Ice House.
Its mission? Get one step closer toward eliminating domestic abuse through music and poetry.
A banner Saturday in South Bethlehem came full circle with positive vibes and a message of unity, sent out by six performers who determined our community is No Place for Hate.
An all-star lineup of local musicians will Come Together at Godfrey Daniels this month to support “No Place for Hate,” a program that aims to help kids throughout Pennsylvania and the U.S. figure out how to get along with each other.