Every year, the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association (GLVMA) uses its flagship event of the Lehigh Valley Music Awards to give back to the young talent around us.
For those of you just joining us, we announced the Lehigh Valley Underground 2nd Birthday Spectacular on Monday. It’s going to take place Friday, January 19, 2018 at the ArtsQuest Center’s Blast Furnace Room at SteelStacks, and will feature Dear Anna, Kill the Broadcast, Kara Hartzell, and perhaps some fun surprises that we’re cooking up. Overall, it’s kind of a big deal.
Now, we have information on when you will be able to get your hands on tickets to the music scene’s biggest celebration of the New Year.
After gathering with Alex Mery & The Townsmen and our community partners at Fig Bethlehem Thursday night for mysterious activities…
We were excited enough just to learn that we were nominated for eight Lehigh Valley Music Awards. We also can’t wait to be in attendance to see who comes away with honors at the LVMAs this March.
We’re so pumped, in fact, that we’ve decided to get the party started a bit early. Say, an hour early…
Lauren Marsh and LVU have been supportive of one another for a while now. Last year, we reviewed her EP, “Veracity,” and hosted her on The Quinn Spinn. Lauren has shown us love, as well, keeping us posted on her musical journey and showing some love for us on Twitter.
Now that the nominations have been collected, you might be wondering when you can cast your vote for the 18th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards, taking place Sunday, March 5 at the Musikfest Café.
The answer? You won’t have to wait much longer.
As the weather turned colder, and the last gasp of Indian Summer gave way to a premature winter storm on Saturday night, a sizable mass of people gathered inside the ArtsQuest Center for an acoustic performance with country rocker Scott Marshall.
Photo credit: WildAdriatic.com.
Back in March, when Lehigh Valley Underground was but a young, eager music blog, I ventured to Philadelphia to see our friends, The Wayside Shakeup. They were performing that night at Milkboy, opening for Animal Years and headliner Wild Adriatic.
November begins in a big way, with plenty of high-profile shows (and one festival) taking place later in the week.
Come with us on a preview joyride, as we highlight the…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Allentown seems to rule the week, both in terms of variety and number of shows on this week’s list.
Also making an appearance: a married folk duo at SteelStacks, and an out-of-town music festival featuring old friends. Time to learn more about our…