Last week, we told you how much we enjoyed our first trip to Tunes at Twilight. This week, it was Lisa’s turn to head to the Sun Inn Courtyard for some warm summer fun.
Photo credit: Jessica Pohl
Roots rocker Jeremiah Tall will come to Bethlehem next Friday, April 28 as part of the 2017 Southside Arts & Music Festival, presented by ArtsQuest. The Bucks County native will perform at 7 p.m. at the Touchstone Theatre, and will include selections from his 2015 release, “Where the Lore Began.”
Jeremiah took some time out to answer our questions. Check it out below, and don’t forget to see him perform next Friday!
We begin April excited about new music and ready to share it with you! Hear a mix of brand new music with some favorites from our upcoming guests. Plus, get ready for all new Stupid News and Somethin’ Good.
Thanks to The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their continued support!
Roi and the Secret People have had a big 2016, marked by high-energy performances throughout the Lehigh Valley. Saturday night at The Funhouse in South Bethlehem was no exception, as the Easton-based quintet ended its year on a positive, once again proving why they are one of the region’s most exciting rock acts.
First, let me start by saying that this category, like all of them, could have gone a number of ways. For example, I could have chosen a song with the grit of Roi & the Secret People’s “Hungry.” Just as tempting was the prospect of choosing VoirVoir’s youthful anthem, “I Wanna,” or virtually any track from Rofo Audio. In the end, however, I went a bit south to Philly, where The Wayside Shakeup released their single, “Stay Up,” earlier this year.