The immense, two-hour 2017 season finale of The Quinn Spinn, doubling as the show’s annual ChristmaHanuKwanzaDan Spectacular, was the highest-rated episode in Quinn Spinn history.
Grab your cowboy boots and Santa hats! Philly’s The Sherwood Brothers are set to present ‘A Very Merry Acoustic Christmas’ this Saturday, Dec. 16 at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks. This show is a rocking night of Christmas cheer and merrymaking with this six-piece alt-country band.
After last night’s edition of The Quinn Spinn (with special guest Tyler Rothrock) blew the roof off the joint, we look to keep the 24/7 internet radio party going at WLVU: The Sound of the Underground with more fine radio programming, all week long. Here’s what’s coming up…
This Week on WLVU
As the holiday season marches on and we get closer and closer to the big day (or days, depending on what you celebrate), be assured that the live music scene keeps the beat going just the same.
There are plenty of options out there, with quite a few presented here in our…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Folk singer-songwriter Zach Russack has released a seasonal surprise.
Thirteen Butterflies Productions hosted its second annual Miracle at the Mill this past Saturday at the Hellertown Historical Society, which once again proved to be a pleasant evening of holiday cheer for a good cause.
Ugly sweaters. Santa hats. Drinks by a roaring fire. Dave Doll with angel wings attached to his trademark white suit.
These are the wonders your eyes will behold in this new, seasonal lyric video from The Beautiful Distortion.
Last week, we informed you that upcoming First Friday performers Rofo Audio released their new holiday single, “Stay Till Morn.”
Now, you can have a look at the music video.
With the holidays in full swing, harmonic Lehigh Valley rockers The Beautiful Distortion has announced two upcoming performances that will feature songs of the season.
Rock trio and Royersford, PA’s favorite sons Rofo Audio are feeling festive in advance of their performance next week at Sotto Santi during the December 1 edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series.
When they perform, perhaps they’ll bring their new, original sounds of the season with them.