Back in May, Scott Marshall and I were talking about collaborating on some upcoming events, including his Concert for the Kids pediatric cancer benefit in June, as well as his recent First Friday performance. While on the phone, he approached me to have Lehigh Valley Underground be a part of something that, in our region, is the first of its kind.
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Hi everyone. I’m Gerard. Some of you might know me as a friend or relative. Others might know me as a guy who started a local music blog that seems to be doing well these days. Or, I might be a former teammate, some random person from high school or college, or someone you’ve otherwise encountered in your travels once or twice. Some of you reading this might not know me at all. In that case, it’s nice to meet you.
If you know me, you probably know that I’ve always been a person with a lot to say. You can credit it partially to my natural love of expressing words, as a former English major and someone who has always enjoyed writing. It can be credited more recently, though, to the fact that life has taken some rather interesting turns over the past three years.
That is to say, it entirely fell apart between 2015 and 2017.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Jan. 3, 2018 – Lehigh Valley Underground, the online publication and community organization serving the communities of eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, is proud to announce a total of 12 combined Lehigh Valley Music Awards nominations for 2018.
The gang is all here for the final installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground Best of 2017 video series!
In our latest installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground Best of 2017 video series, LVU Founder Gerard Longo is joined by Jason Hedrington and Mike Roi of Roi and the Secret People.
The Lehigh Valley Underground Best of 2017 video series continues, as our panel gives their picks for the tracks that stood out this year.
Following last night’s season finale of The Quinn Spinn on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground, special guest Mike Roi stuck around Studio 73 to deliver a season finale of his own.
Our Best of 2017 video series continues, this time shedding a spotlight on the bands that made their mark throughout the year.
We’re coming up on the end of 2017, which can only mean one thing: it’s Year in Review time!
I’m sitting here, in slight disbelief that this post is what it is. It’s Lehigh Valley Underground’s 1,000th fresh, new trip onto your computer or mobile device.