A May-riffic Conversation with Chelsea Lyn Meyer

Chelsea Lyn Meyer has established herself as one of our region’s most prominent singer-songwriters and music volunteers. Chelsea has topped independent music charts with her original tunes, and was nominated for 13 Lehigh Valley Music Awards this past year alone.

This Saturday at 4:30 p.m., we are honored to have Chelsea join us as one of 15 acts at our May-riffic Music Festival at American Spirits Roadhouse. Before the big weekend, we took a few minutes to chat with Chelsea about her music and overall body of work.

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The Outcrops Bring a Dash of Vintage Rock and Roll to May-riffic

North Jersey’s The Outcrops were the most recent addition to this weekend’s May-riffic Music Festival lineup at American Spirits Roadhouse. The four-piece, who will perform this Sunday, May 28 at 5 p.m., will provide the perfect sonic backdrop for an early evening on a relaxing holiday weekend.

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The Ninjapedia Band of the Week: The Beautiful Distortion

Ninjapedia is back!

Except this time, instead of questions, Ninja has the answers. What bands should you be checking out? Find out with the Ninjapedia Band of the Week! Continue reading The Ninjapedia Band of the Week: The Beautiful Distortion

Catching Up with Signs of Madness’ Alexander Kristof

On Friday, June 9, Valley metal band Signs of Madness will join VICTIM and Alpha Zero Three at Northampton’s Gin Mill and Grille for the Hard Rock Rebellion, presented by LVU and Ashley Romanishan.

We took some time out to chat with Signs of Madness frontman Alexander Kristof, who filled us in on the band’s origins, influences, and a hint of what’s coming.

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Prateek Kuhad: From India to Bethlehem

One of the coolest things about our area is its emergence as a live music destination. In addition to all of the great, homegrown talent in our own backyards, the Lehigh Valley attracts national and international touring acts to perform on a regular basis.

One of those acts is Indian singer-songwriter Prateek Kuhad, who comes to Bethlehem’s National Museum of Industrial History today at 6:30 p.m. to perform as part of ArtsQuest’s Southside Arts & Music Festival.

We checked in with Prateek when he arrived to stateside on Thursday with a few questions.

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