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The Beautiful Distortion Accepted into Music Under New York Program

Bethlehem-based rock band The Beautiful Distortion is one of 60 acts that received a call-back to audition for the “Music Under New York” (MTA MUSIC) program in May. MTA MUSIC provides more than 7,500 performances each year at approximately 30 locations throughout the New York City subway system. Every spring, MTA MUSIC presents a day of invite-only auditions in Manhattan to review and add new performers to their official roster.

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Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week: May 14-20

Even with what many expect to be a rainy week, a sure sign of summer is on the way this weekend: the beginning of the Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks season!

The 52 free shows on the Levitt stage begin Friday and Saturday night with Lehigh Valley Music Awards Winners Preview Weekend, featuring four local acts who found themselves recognized at the LVMAs back in March.

Also, a note: keep an eye on the weather (and LVU’s Facebook page) for updates as to the location of Out to Lunch this week. In case of inclement weather, the plan will be to move indoors to a location to be determined.

Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!

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Announcing our Banko Beer Garden First Friday Lineup!

With the May edition of #LVUFirstFriday, we ushered in a new era – the Banko Beverage Co. Beer Garden Era. During the warm weather months, you will now have the chance to come to the South Bethlehem Greenway (Mechanic St. between Webster and Adams) during First Friday, where you can enjoy and appreciate a selection of beers, yard games, and music presented by our friends at Banko, alongside LVU and SouthSide Arts District.

And, in case you’re wondering who you’ll feast your ears upon this summer (and into the fall), we have an answer!

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PHOTOS: Find Your Voice, a Multi-Genre Benefit for Turning Point

A busy weekend in Bethlehem concluded with a multi-faceted evening of entertainment at the Charles A. Brown Ice House.

Its mission? Get one step closer toward eliminating domestic abuse through music and poetry.

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This Week on WLVU: Tuesday Night Vinyl; Two-for-One on Then. Now. Whenever.

More and more of you are tuning into WLVU: The Sound of The Underground every single week. We thank you for your support, and strive to continue to bring you varied, high-quality internet radio programs that you won’t find anywhere else.

We have quite a few of those on tap. Tune into what’s happening…

This Week on WLVU

Tuesday, March 27
Tuesday Night Vinyl
’s insightful looks at some of the most important albums in rock history have quickly made this program one of WLVU’s most popular. Join host John Paul DeBard at 9 p.m. ET for another installment.

Wednesday, March 28
The Balcony Show comes at you all-new at 8 p.m. ET. with special guests After Alice, with music from The Beautiful Distortion, Alpha Zero Three, and The Mayan Factor. Then at 9 p.m. ET, Moments welcomes Canadian singer-songwriter Madison Mueller to the show.

Thursday, March 29
Tape Swap Radio is joined by Beaver Fall, PA indie pop band Captain the Sky join us for a Shards Session. we also look back at last year’s new releases by talking with some of the team members involved with Tape Swap to get their picks for “Best DIY Release of 2017.”

At 8 p.m. ET on The Shows We Watch, Cathy and Sean discuss the debut of another one of your classic television favorites. Then at 9 p.m. ET on Then. Now. Whenever, it’s a two-for-one episode where Sean and Jesse explore Judgment Day 2005 and Survivor Series 2009.

Listen to those shows, and tune into WLVU: The Sound of The Underground anytime. All you have to do is click the “Play” button below or visit our webpage.

LISTEN: The Quinn Spinn with special guests, The Groove Merchants

The Quinn Spinn’s fifth anniversary season rages on with a special interview and live performance from Tye and Dylan from The Groove Merchants, who will open for nationally-known bluesman John Nemeth at Mauch Chunk Opera House on Sunday, February 18.

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