Since we last encountered local musician Chris Aguayo, he launched a new project, Inner Sounds, that has begun to make its mark in the Lehigh Valley in 2018.
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There’s a new punk band in town — and they are awesome!
On Friday night, hundreds of patrons to Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks were treated to a very special performance… from themselves.
We’ve had good luck with the weather so far in June. Not only did the threat of rain disappear on June 1 for both Out to Lunch and First Friday, but the weather for the past two weeks have been particularly spectacular when the weekend has rolled around!
Not all bands age well. This is true when the band’s career is less than ten years. Tastes change, people’s sensibilities change, fads die and new ones are born. Young rockers become old rockers, and the bloom falls off the rose. No one wants to see their dad rage along with power chords and lyrics about fighting the man.
We had another beautiful afternoon to look forward to on the South Bethlehem Greenway, and it was aided by the rock stylings of Chelsea Lyn Meyer!
The first Thursday of June once again brought rock to the stage of Rivals Sports Bar & Restaurant in Easton, the monthly scene of Sounds of The Underground: Live!, presented by WLVU: The Sound of The Underground, The Balcony Show, and Gig Digger Entertainment.
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…
Saturday afternoon and night, a group of musicians led by singer-songwriter Scott Marshall once again came to South Bethlehem’s Steel Pub in the name of pediatric cancer awareness.
Originally, instrumental guitar virtuoso Evan Miklosey was slated for the June 1 installment of our Out to Lunch Concert Series. On Thursday afternoon, Evan informed us of an unavoidable conflict, unfortunately having to cancel.
Before he did, though, he graciously lined up a worthy replacement!