On November 3, #LVUFirstFriday will catch a case of the blues.
The Groove Merchants have been expanding their reach and gaining regional notoriety. Earlier this year, they performed on Radio 104.5’s “Live at 5” program, and have been wowing crowds steadily throughout 2017.
Sunday, August 20 might just be their biggest opportunity yet.
Christopher Snyder returns to LVU. This time, he sits down with guitarist Luke Ferracone of The Groove Merchants. Luke tells us everything about the band, and extensively discusses the music that has influenced him. It’s a great read — we hope you enjoy it!
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.
Saturday was a beautiful day for a brief road trip to the Jersey side.
Fans of Gilmore Girls and great music alike will want to tune into WLVU: The Sound of The Underground this coming Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
This week, The Balcony Show is smokin’ the airwaves with some straight up good time blues!
Photo credit: John Millington
EDIT: Moved to July 2 raindate.
Allentown will once again hold its Fourth of July Weekend celebration at J. Birney Crum Stadium, and will enlist the help of some of the region’s most popular artists for the festivities.
North Jersey’s The Outcrops were the most recent addition to this weekend’s May-riffic Music Festival lineup at American Spirits Roadhouse. The four-piece, who will perform this Sunday, May 28 at 5 p.m., will provide the perfect sonic backdrop for an early evening on a relaxing holiday weekend.
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.