The #LVUMagicSummer just got a touch more magical.
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Andrew Dunn’s “The House Above The Factory” is a magical journey through life’s ups and downs, told in a way only Andrew Dunn can. The musical arrangements, the lyrics, and the excellent harmonies throughout the album are a true joy to listen to. The title track tells the story of life-changing events that alter the plans you laid when settling in to your first house, and how a house becomes a home.
Saturday night, Godfrey Daniels is presenting a twin bill of two of its homegrown acts.
This is more of an album “preview” than an album review. Gordon Thomas Ward has been sharing stories through song for many years, throughout the Valley and beyond.
Even when we make the “full” #LVUFirstFriday lineup announcement, you should know that there always might be another ace or two up our sleeves…
The July 2018 edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series is beginning to take shape, and it promises to be an all-American affair on July 6.
Originally, instrumental guitar virtuoso Evan Miklosey was slated for the June 1 installment of our Out to Lunch Concert Series. On Thursday afternoon, Evan informed us of an unavoidable conflict, unfortunately having to cancel.
Before he did, though, he graciously lined up a worthy replacement!
With Mo7s hard at work on Album #3, you had to know you’d be hearing samples of what the rock and roll couple has been working on over the past few months.
After unveiling a fresh new sound on the funky, upbeat single, “Move,” Mo7s has gone a more tender, romantic route with follow-up, “You’re My Everything.”
Singer-songwriter Malachi McNeill is preparing to release his latest album, “Sink,” next month under his project Statues and Stories.
Now, we have our first, emotionally compelling taste of the new record.
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.