Friday night marked the start of a long weekend, and it was time to celebrate a successful summer!
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Humidity couldn’t keep the crowds away from the South Bethlehem Greenway on Friday afternoon for the first post-Musikfest edition of our Out to Lunch Concert Series with SouthSide Arts District.
Now that Musikfest is behind us, it’s time to start looking ahead. If Julia Sommer’s debut EP “Roots” is any indication, the future is very bright for this young artist.
Andrew Dunn’s “The House Above The Factory” is a magical journey through life’s ups and downs, told in a way only Andrew Dunn can. The musical arrangements, the lyrics, and the excellent harmonies throughout the album are a true joy to listen to. The title track tells the story of life-changing events that alter the plans you laid when settling in to your first house, and how a house becomes a home.
Friday was another beautiful day on the South Bethlehem Greenway, perfect for the acoustic pop stylings of Neil Grover.
The 2018 Tunes at Twilight came to a close on Thursday night, but not before a set from one of the Valley’s most popular original acts.
Saturday night, Godfrey Daniels is presenting a twin bill of two of its homegrown acts.
This is more of an album “preview” than an album review. Gordon Thomas Ward has been sharing stories through song for many years, throughout the Valley and beyond.
The rain in Friday’s forecast held off, extending the streak of great music and wonderful times on the South Bethlehem Greenway for our Out to Lunch Concert Series.
Last week, we announced an eclectic and explosive night of rock that we’ll be putting on at The Gallery at Color Me Mine (25 E. Third St.) on Saturday, August 25.
As you might expect, that’s not all we collectively have in store for this summer.