The Quinn is joined by singer-songwriter and die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan Billy Bauer to talk about, among other things, the Birds’ upcoming Super Bowl showdown with the New England Patriots and the band’s upcoming single, “So I Love.” Billy performs the new single live and in-studio, and a great time is had by all as we prepare for the Parade Down Broad. HUZZAH!
As we head into February, there’s much to take note of on WLVU’s airwaves. We’re highlighting plenty of local performers, while also using our programming as an audible “window to the world” outside of the Lehigh Valley.
You’ll hear a healthy mix of both on some of our flagship programs. Take a look inside what’s happening…
This Week on WLVU
Billy Bauer Band is putting the finishing touches on their new single, “So I Love,” after recording at MilkBoy Studios in Philly.
This Monday, we’ll hear all about the new single — and, most likely, the Philadelphia Eagles — when Billy Bauer joins us on an all-new edition of The Quinn Spinn on WLVU.
Thursday night presented a unique edition of SteelStacks Open Mic, presented by Billy Bauer. The weekly series served as the platform for the release of singer-songwriter Kara Hartzell’s debut EP, “When I’m Home.”
The Lesson Center and Thirteen Butterflies Production are inviting some of the Valley’s brightest musical stars to shine at the Allentown Masonic Temple (1524 W. Linden St.) on Sunday, September 17 — all in the name of Hurricane Harvey relief.
On Saturday night, the excitement of those inside of a packed Musikfest Cafe was unmistakable, as the sold-out crowd came through to hear Billy Bauer Band pay tribute to one of its biggest influences — and one of the most successful touring artists of all time — Dave Matthews Band.
In my first venture back out onto the scene since Sunday’s Musikfest finale, I found myself back on familiar ground, as I headed down to SteelStacks for Billy Bauer’s weekly open mic on Thursday night.
When you hear the sounds of Billy Bauer Band nearby, it’s hard not to stick around a while and enjoy the quartet’s bright brand of acoustic rock. That’s what I did on Thursday night — during a festival with so many stages running at any given time, I dedicated a full set to enjoying this Bethlehem-based band.
We hope you had a great time last night to kick off Musikfest! Hopefully, you didn’t go too hard. After all, that was only the beginning!
Today, on the first Saturday of the festival, the lineup is so stacked that we’re having trouble narrowing it down to five performances. That’s a good problem to have, if it can be called a “problem” at all!
Musikfest Five Point Preview: Saturday, August 5
Let me tell you about my night last night, and you’ll understand why I wake up this morning with a great sense of appreciation for this music community.