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.
Thirteen Butterflies Productions hosted its second annual Miracle at the Mill this past Saturday at the Hellertown Historical Society, which once again proved to be a pleasant evening of holiday cheer for a good cause.
On Saturday night, we had the honor and privilege of joining our community partners at Fig Bethlehem as they hosted their first-ever Fig Night at Touchstone Theatre. Continue reading PHOTOS: Fig Bethlehem Night at Touchstone Theatre (Christmas City Follies XVIII)
The Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series concluded for 2017 with a healthy dose of holiday cheer which included, among other things, charitable work, a fun new pub crawl and — of course — a healthy smattering of live, local music throughout South Bethlehem.
Thursday night at The Gin Mill and Grille featured a twin bill of singer-songwriters headlined by Neil Grover, who is preparing to release his debut EP, “Whoa,” in 2018
Easton’s One Centre Square was near capacity on Sunday night for a big night of rock that featured West Chester natives CKY as the headliners.
Saturday night marked the beginning of a partnership (outside of our usual First Friday fun) with the legendary Godfrey Daniels. To celebrate, we brought in two of the region’s most prolific and versatile jazz pop artists.
Veterans Day at Lehigh Carbon Community College featured a celebration featuring five acts and a group of people rallying around a good cause.
A cool and rainy night was no match for us, as we prepared to head down to SteelStacks to catch a hotly-anticipated night of indie pop from Ceramic Animal and special guests, Pool Radio.
My car battery, on the other hand, was almost just enough to stop the party for LVU before it started.
Sunday was an overcast day, but the rains held off long enough for people to come in droves for the second day of the sixth annual PA Bacon Fest, a weekend-long celebration of all things pork in and around Easton’s Centre Square.