LVU Named Media Sponsor of Alex Mery and The Townsmen’s ‘Southern Exposure’ Tour

Our friends Alex Mery & The Townsmen are going on tour this summer!

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The Quinn Spinn: April 10, 2017

Coming off the heels of Lehigh Valley Underground’s official, final lineup announcement for the May-riffic Music Festival, we present a few selections from May-riffic artists on today’s edition of The Quinn Spinn. Plus, we make a left turn into the world of EDM and present other choice tunes.

Thank you to our community partners at The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their ongoing support.

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Alex Mery & The Townsmen Have Made the Final Four

Valley-based folk-punk trio Alex Mery & The Townsmen have been a hot topic around here these days. Their strong and crafty songwriting, combined with the fact that they’re just all-around cool people, is turning heads on our local music scene.

Not only are they taking the Valley by storm. Indeed, they might just take over the world when all is said and done.

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The Quinn Spinn: Mar. 20, 2017

On this week’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, local folk-punk trio Alex Mery & The Townsmen sit down with The Quinn, named as the Number One Guy Who Likes Their Music, to chat about the band’s formation, current projects, and future plans.

We also have some riveting selections from other #GoodFriendsoftheShow, old and new!

Thanks to The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their support.

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PHOTOS: Alex Mery & The Townsmen at The Funhouse

Visitors to South Bethlehem’s Funhouse were treated on Thursday night to a versatile folk-punk performance from local trio Alex Mery & The Townsmen.

The trio, who are among the Lehigh Valley artists just confirmed to be performing at the Launch Music Conference & Festival in Lancaster this April, performed for more than three hours, mixing their originals with a bevy of modern and from-the-vault covers.

Frontman Alex Mery and bassist Kara Hartzell also took part of each set to perform solo selections, adding more diversity to a night of great tunes.