A beautiful day in South Bethlehem, just to the west of the Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnaces, provided a picture perfect atmosphere for Rock & Breakaway from Pediatric Cancer, a benefit organized at The Steel Pub by local singer-songwriter Scott Marshall in conjunction with Lehigh Valley Underground, the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association, and Rocking the Valley.
We have received the full lineup for Scott Marshall’s Breakaway from Pediatric Cancer benefit, taking place this Saturday, June 3 at South Bethlehem’s Steel Pub.
First and foremost, Happy Memorial Day, and thank you to all of those who have served, and especially those who have lost their lives for protecting what they held dear.
On our end, we certainly have one May-riffic hangover! Photos and recaps of each individual day of our epic festival will be making their way onto the site over the next 24 hours. Lots of photos equals lots of editing, so bear with us!
In the meantime, jump right back in with a fresh batch of…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
It can be a tough sell to get people out of their homes on a Tuesday night for an evening on the town. However, Scott Marshall, Rocking the Valley, and a host of artists, organizations, and vendors had no problem doing just that, bringing close to 100 supporters out to the Jetport Bar & Lounge Tuesday night in the name of pediatric cancer awareness.
Recently, we told you about an all-day event Scott Marshall is hosting at Bethlehem’s Steel Pub on Saturday, June 3 for the sake of pediatric cancer awareness.
Now, Allentown will get a taste of the action, courtesy of Rocking the Valley.
Last night, I had the honor and privilege of serving as the Fight Back speaker at Relay For Life of Moravian College.
In February, local musicians banded together to throw a fundraiser for local singer-songwriter Scott Marshall, who had recently embarked on the road to recovery from a battle with cancer.
In June, Marshall will once again return the favor to his local community.
A Lehigh Valley Health Network oncologist is using his musical talents and experience treating cancer patients to offer a hopeful evening of songs and stories at Miller Symphony Hall.