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Monthly Archives: November 2016
Also, learn what one young man did to celebrate his Bar Mitzvah, and why pizza is not an acceptable form of ID.
Despite the lack of a new release from Will Smith, 2016 has been a pretty great year for Philly music. What are my “best of” choices for 2016? Find out below. Read more
Had enough turkey, shopping, and football over the past week? Perhaps what you need now is live music to enchant your life once more.
Fortunately, there’s rarely, if ever, a shortage of that around these parts. Here we go!
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Photo credit: Facebook.com/ZedDLance
Today, we complete the trifecta of local artists opening Acoustic Storytellers Night at American Spirits Roadhouse with Zed D’Lance, a five-piece rock band that is relatively new, but already quite accomplished.
On November 5th, 502 South celebrated the release of “The Philly Rock Comp Vol. 4” at Kung Fu Necktie. The concert was one of the various shows 502 South organized to showcase the talented punk musicians they’d selected to exemplify the ideals of Philly punk. The concert featured sets from 502 South artists Faringwell, Welter and Readership.
Photo credit: Facebook.com/JuliaSommerOfficial
On Wednesday, you learned about country rock singer-songwriter Paul Knakk, who will be opening for Candlebox’s Brian Quinn on Thursday at American Spirits Roadhouse. Now, meet Julia Sommer, a Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts student who will be adding her supreme vocal talents to the bill.
You’ve heard a bit about what we’re thankful for today. Now, while you’re waiting for the turkey to finish cooking, let’s hear from you.
This time last year, I registered LehighValleyUnderground.com. When I did that, I knew that I wanted to create a local, accessible source of music news – one which would cover our scene in its truest entirety. However, what I didn’t know was where to begin. I had only been a Bethlehem resident for six months at the time and, while I knew that there were people making music all around me, I didn’t know very many of them.
Photo credit: Facebook.com/PaulKnakkMusic
One by one, Lehigh Valley Underground will feature the local artists opening for Candlebox’s Brian Quinn at American Spirits Roadhouse’s Acoustic Storytellers Night on Thursday, December 1.
First up is country rocker Paul Knakk, a Bethlehem-based singer-songwriter with a growing list of accomplishments to go along with his “Knakk” for writing a great hook.