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.
Earlier this fall, we had a fun idea that we’re now calling an annual tradition: to give the Lehigh Valley Underground audience a chance to make their year-end picks as part of the new LVU Fan’s Choice Awards.
We were amazed — and honestly, a bit pleasantly surprised — to see that nearly 1,000 people voted on their favorites from the year. Now, we announce the results…
As if our action-packed #LVUFirstFriday lineup wasn’t enough reason to come on down to South Bethlehem to partake in tonight’s festivities, you now have an opportunity to come away from the evening with a $50 Visa gift card.
We had some intriguing nominations come through in the preliminary period of the first-ever Lehigh Valley Underground Fan’s Choice Awards. We appreciate everyone who has participated so far, and we thank you for your input.
But now, it gets real.
Bethlehem psych/indie rockers Sing, Bird of Prey are celebrating the birthday of their latest album this weekend — and, in a twist, they are the ones giving gifts!
On Thursday, August 31, five local Americana artists will head to The Great Allentown Fair, as they vie to be discovered as part of Nash FM’s nationwide Nash Next competition.
Looking to jam prior to this year’s Wavelength Music & Arts Festival at Northampton’s Triboro Sportsmen’s Club on July 8-9? Hang out down the road at The Gin Mill and Grille with two of the artists on the bill.
Lehigh Valley Underground wants to give you the opportunity to experience Wavelength Music & Arts Festival in Northampton this July — and all you have to do is spread the word!
Valley-based folk-punk trio Alex Mery & The Townsmen have been a hot topic around here these days. Their strong and crafty songwriting, combined with the fact that they’re just all-around cool people, is turning heads on our local music scene.
Not only are they taking the Valley by storm. Indeed, they might just take over the world when all is said and done.
Lehigh Valley With Love, the local satire blog and philanthropic multimedia company based in Bethlehem, is gearing up for its 2017 Comedy Festival in conjunction with Never Again Radio. The only thing missing… is the comics.