Tape Swap Radio and the Bethlehem Area Public Library have teamed up to host the Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market at BAPL on Saturday, February 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
An acclaimed singer-songwriter playing amid the pottery of Color Me Mine, and the alt-country sounds of Acoustic Kitty Project at the Comfort Suites are part of the diverse music experiences SouthSide Arts & Music Festival (SSAMF) attendees can enjoy for free, thanks to a new partnership between ArtsQuest and Lehigh Valley Underground.
Saturday, June 16 vs. Enchanted Mountain Roller Derby
Saturday, July 7 vs. Central Jersey Roller Vixens
Saturday, Sept. 15 vs. Jersey Shore Roller Girls
Pat Foran, a singer-songwriter from Lambertville, NJ, has announced the February guest lineup for his weekly Pat Foran Showcase.
Local music fans are invited to join Pat Foran and friends as they welcome a new musical guest to Havana New Hope every Wednesday night. Located at 105 S. Main St., New Hope, PA, Havana New Hope is renowned regionally for hosting live entertainment, ranging from local performers to national touring acts, several nights per week.
The Pat Foran Showcase will host the following performers throughout the month. All events begin at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 7:
New Jersey-based indie folk singer-songwriter Corey R-J, whose full-length record “The Long Way Home” is available now and Carlsea (formely Chelsea Carlson), an award-winning pop singer-songwriter from Morris County, NJ.
Wednesday, Feb. 14:
Amy Dee, a genre-jumpin’ veteran Americana musician, will host a special release party for her upcoming album, “Southern Routes.”
Wednesday, Feb. 28:
Black Cat Habitat, a soulful, shamelessly melodic indie pop rock band led by singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough.
In collaboration with Duckhead Records based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and New York, New York, The Hook has confirmed a complete track list and official release date of March 12, 2018 for their 15-track, debut album Moonshine & Honey.
The Pennsylvania Music Preservation Society (PAMPS) will announce details of its collaboration and hex sign initiative with the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at a news conference on Friday, Jan. 26, at 11 a.m. at the Lehigh Valley Road Runner Clubhouse in the Lehigh Parkway Park.
Tape Swap Radio has announced that Psychic Teens, the three-piece post-punk band from Philadelphia, will be performing at the Ice House in Bethlehem on Saturday, February 3, 2018 in a fundraiser for NAMI Lehigh Valley–National Alliance on Mental Illness. Also performing will be Philadelphia/Lehigh Valley hard rockers Big Terrible and Lehigh Valley psychedelic rock band Under the Clothesline. The show is the latest event in Tape Swap Radio’s concert series, which hosts DIY and independent music events throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Bluegrass sensations The Infamous Stringdusters, indie rockers Delta Rae, folk singer-songwriter Dar Williams, popular Talking Heads Tribute “Start Making Sense,” and blues guitarist Mr. Sipp highlight the 2018 SouthSide Arts & Music Festival, taking place April 20-21 in Bethlehem. The festival, presented by Capital BlueCross, offers attendees a dynamic mix of music and art experiences, and is designed to shine the spotlight on Bethlehem’s SouthSide Arts District. Tickets are $30 per day or $50 for both days; they go on sale today at noon at www.steelstacks.org and 610-332-3378.
After several years of writing and developing a sound that doesn’t necessarily fall within the constraints of a single genre, The Hook is on track for reaching a milestone by the New Year — releasing a full-length, 15-track debut album titled “Moonshine & Honey.”