Local veteran bluesman James Supra joined The Quinn Spinn to talk about his exciting summer plans, including his collaborations with artists like Sarah Ayers and more.
As Acoustic Kitty Project puts the finishing touches on the band’s forthcoming album, The Quinn Spinn welcomed AKP frontman Carter Lansing to tell us about the record and play us a couple of tunes, live on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground!
Plus, we previewed Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites and Lehigh Valley Underground’s joint presentation, Single Sisters Series: Songs For Sisters, and we welcomed local visual artist Bobby Zeik for an impromptu interview.
The new era of The Quinn Spinn began Monday, June 5, 2017 at 7 p.m., when we went live for the first time since our days as a slapstick college radio show at Moravian College!
On our WLVU: The Sound of The Underground premiere, we welcomed John Paul DeBard, WLVU Station Director, with whom we’ve teamed up to revolutionize the way people listen to indie music in the Lehigh Valley. Plus, you’ll hear the tremendous talents of indie artists, local and beyond!
VICTIM – RnR
Alpha Zero Three – My Signal
Dead Sara – Weatherman
Marc Ambrosia – Let Me Be Your Secret
Cubbage – The Gate
Second Player Score – Head of Sin
Autoerotica – Alone
Roi and the Secret People – Saturn Girl
Now that the first full week of WLVU: The Sound of the Underground’s existence is underway, we thought we’d offer you a look at what you can expect from our fine internet radio programming in the coming days.
So, here it goes: we plan on making a weekly tradition out of this. Learn what’s coming up…
This Week on WLVU
On Monday, June 5, The Quinn Spinn — the Official Podcast of Lehigh Valley Underground — will be a podcast no more when it makes its live debut on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.
This week, we sit down with Bryan Tuk who, in addition to running law practices across Pennsylvania as the namesake behind Tuk Law Offices, is the founder of Performing Arts Live!, Inc., which produces Allentown JazzFest. Bryan shares what’s new and exciting about this year’s festival, taking place May 3-7 in downtown Allentown, PA, and how it all fits into his vision for a more vibrant Allentown.
Also, we have a couple more May-riffic Music Festival artists, a world premiere, and classic Stupid News and Somethin’ Good.
Thanks to The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their ongoing support.
Today, The Quinn Spinn is joined by Josh Klein, the multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire behind Hairy Dudini. Hairy Dudini’s new album, “Vol. 1,” drops this Thursday, so you can be sure that we’ll hear a couple of live, in-studio tracks from the record on today’s show.
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.
The Quinn Spinn, The Official Podcast of Lehigh Valley Underground, still has a lineup of intriguing and talented guests to come before the spring season winds down.
Before we move forward, take a look (and a listen) back at the season so far. This week, we re-visit the great live, in-studio performances we’ve hosted so far this spring on The Quinn Spinn. Enjoy the talents of our local music scene, and treat yourself to some international Stupid News with The Quinn as a bonus feature!