Our May-riffic Music Festival is only ten days away at American Spirits Roadhouse (1090 NJ-173, Asbury, NJ). We can’t wait to spend Memorial Day Weekend with you and 15 of the region’s top original artists, beginning on Saturday, May 27 and carrying through Sunday, May 28.
On Friday, June 9, Valley metal band Signs of Madness will join VICTIM and Alpha Zero Three at Northampton’s Gin Mill and Grille for the Hard Rock Rebellion, presented by LVU and Ashley Romanishan.
We took some time out to chat with Signs of Madness frontman Alexander Kristof, who filled us in on the band’s origins, influences, and a hint of what’s coming.
Photo credit: Andrew Zastko
Northampton hard rockers VICTIM just released a video for “RnR,” the lead track from their most recent album, “Here’s to You.”
Philadelphia’s Civil Youth has been generating buzz in advance of their new album, “Conversations,” which will hit on Friday, May 19. The guys will be celebrating the release of the new record at the Theatre of the Living Arts the following night alongside Sonnder, The GoAround, and The Moxy.
With so much excitement in the air, we took a few minutes to ask the guys a few questions.
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.