Looking for some Saturday plans? How about supporting The Beautiful Distortion and two bands from upstate New York, coming to Catasauqua’s Blue Monkey Sports Bar and Restaurant (1092 Havertown Rd.) for a triple threat of live music.
In January, Easton’s State Theatre Center for the Arts Hosted a successful debut to its Stage on Stage series with an Americana showcase featuring The Trongone Band with support from locals and LVMA winners, Acoustic Kitty Project.
This Saturday, the series returns to State Theatre with a bit of folk and bluegrass flair.
Back in January, Doylestown-based performer CJ Dunleavy alerted us to his “Philadelphia Indie” Spotify playlist, featuring 70+ noteworthy songs by local and regional artists. The playlist has since been passed on to Spotify’s algorithm curators, virtually ensuring that many more ears will have a chance to hear some amazing, under-the-radar tunes.
It seems that more performers are getting in on the playlist curation trend — including the Lehigh Valley Music Awards’ reigning Outstanding New Band/Soloist recipient, Cubbage.
Lehigh Valley-based alternative folk trio Soul Folks have spent the past two years shaping their sound and writing music. Now, the band has more than 20 original songs that they wish to bring to life on a full-length release.
They need your help to do it right!
Artist: Zach Russack
Album: The Common Cold EP
Released: January 31, 2018
Over time, folk singer-songwriter Dina Hall has compiled recordings of her live performances at premier venues throughout the reason.
On Thursday, February 1, these recordings will be made available to the public.
Artist: John Hufford
Released: Dec. 14, 2017
An otherwise-unassuming Sunday night in South Bethlehem featured something legendary, as eclectic multi-genre singer-songwriter David Bromberg returned to Godfrey Daniels in front of a sold-out crowd.
Thursday night at The Gin Mill and Grille featured a twin bill of singer-songwriters headlined by Neil Grover, who is preparing to release his debut EP, “Whoa,” in 2018
After a year in the making, Lehigh Valley singer-songwriter Neil Grover is preparing to release his debut EP, “Whoa,” to the world.