Foxtrot & the Get Down, the rising blues rock stars from Philadelphia who performed a stirring set at Musikfest last year, are back with an anthemic effort on their new single, “Down & Out.”
Tag Archives: blues rock
Artist: Stoney Run Group
Released: Oct. 13, 2017
Genre: Alternative Rock
The Groove Merchants have a big show next Sunday, February 18, when they’ll open for nationally-known bluesman John Nemeth at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe.
To start the week, they’ll share their excitement on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.
The Hook’s forthcoming debut album, “Moonshine & Honey,” is set to release on Tuesday, March 12. The release is generating quite a bit of buzz — and, upon our first taste of the album, we can understand why!
Local blues/funk/rock standouts The Groove Merchants have had no shortage of notable performances over the years.
In just a couple weeks, they’ll add yet another to their impressive resume.
Artist: Red Light Runners
Released: Nov. 12, 2017
Fun fact: I’ve been following Philadelphia’s Foxtrot & the Get Down for years. We originally crossed paths back in 2014, in the old days of The Quinn Spinn. We’d play their tunes on the show and, as a matter of fact, they even trekked all the way to North Jersey that June, where we were based at the time, to perform at an American Cancer Society benefit that we produced called “Entertainment For a Cure.”
Local veteran bluesman James Supra joined The Quinn Spinn to talk about his exciting summer plans, including his collaborations with artists like Sarah Ayers and more.
By Saturday evening, the weather in Bethlehem had cooled off significantly from its July-esque levels on Friday. However, that didn’t stop the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association from hosting its second night of Lehigh Valley Music Awards Winners Preview Weekend on the Levitt Pavilion stage at SteelStacks.
On Monday, June 5, The Quinn Spinn — the Official Podcast of Lehigh Valley Underground — will be a podcast no more when it makes its live debut on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.