The July 2018 edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series is beginning to take shape, and it promises to be an all-American affair on July 6.
Tag Archives: Americana
With the May edition of #LVUFirstFriday, we ushered in a new era – the Banko Beverage Co. Beer Garden Era. During the warm weather months, you will now have the chance to come to the South Bethlehem Greenway (Mechanic St. between Webster and Adams) during First Friday, where you can enjoy and appreciate a selection of beers, yard games, and music presented by our friends at Banko, alongside LVU and SouthSide Arts District.
And, in case you’re wondering who you’ll feast your ears upon this summer (and into the fall), we have an answer!
This summer’s Out to Lunch Concert Series got off to a great start in any weather!
Lehigh Valley-based alternative folk trio Soul Folks have spent the past two years shaping their sound and writing music. Now, the band has more than 20 original songs that they wish to bring to life on a full-length release.
They need your help to do it right!
Artist: Dan DeChellis
Album: Snapshots in Time: A Collection of Songs 2007-2017
Released: December 14, 2017
Artist: The Wayside Shakeup
Album: Can’t Control the Night
Released: November 10, 2017
Genre: Roots rock/Americana
On Friday, December 1, Scott Marshall is bringing his 2017 Christmas Blessings Campaign to the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series.
Happy Labor Day! After a very successful opening installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, we took a couple days to get in some beach time and wave goodbye to the Summer of 2017.
We’re back in the saddle now, though, and ready to go with some new…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
On Thursday, August 31, five local Americana artists will head to The Great Allentown Fair, as they vie to be discovered as part of Nash FM’s nationwide Nash Next competition.
New York City alt-Americana band Evening Darling has a unique sound that has gained a lot of steam beyond the confines of the Big Apple. Their debut, self-titled album (which you can hear at the bottom of this article) is an exciting blend of influences that range from new wave to the folk and Americana of their previous incarnation, The Hunting Party.
We checked in with the band in advance of its performance this Saturday, August 5 at the Red Stag Pub Liederplatz stage at Musikfest to hear all about what makes them tick, and what we have to look forward to when they come to town this weekend.