It’s hard to believe that we’re already a quarter of the way through 2018.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
It doesn’t feel like all that long ago that Phillipsburg-based rockers Alpha Zero Three released their self-titled debut album to the enjoyment of all those who encountered its strong, anthemic hooks.
The band has stayed hard at work since, working on new material for a follow-up and recently providing us with our first taste of the upcoming release.
We have successfully scheduled another snowed-out First Friday artist from March.
South Bethlehem’s Touchstone Theatre isn’t afraid to use satire to address controversy and make audiences think. Beginning on April 5 and continuing for two weekends, they’ll have another opportunity to do just that.
Northeast PA pop punks Stay Loud have stayed true to their name, returning with high-energy single “Overboard.”
He’s an attorney, musician, entrepreneur, and creative mind — and this Monday, he’ll join The Quinn Spinn for an episode that every creator needs to hear!
Our dear friends at Lehigh Valley with Love have been around a minute. Actually, they’ve been around for however many minutes go into 10 years. According to Rent, that’s 525,600 times ten, plus some extra to account for at least a couple of leap years in there. That’s literally millions of minutes, people.
At any rate, George Wacker and Co. have a decade’s worth of serving up the Valley’s most bizarre happenings to celebrate, and they’ll be doing that in style on Thursday, June 14 at SteelStacks.
Before the next installment of #LVUFirstFriday hits the streets of South Bethlehem on April 6, our community partners at SouthSide Arts District and Banko Beverage Co. are set to bring you some Easter-themed fun this weekend!
We close out March of The Quinn Spinn’s fifth anniversary year with NyteXing. The re-branded nerdcore rapper, formerly known as Maverick Da Roninn, discusses the change, his current projects, and what’s in store for a busy 2018.
Plus, we have new music from a diverse array of local artists, as well as a preview of the April 2018 edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series.
Sponsored by The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices.
REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
Alpha Zero Three – Breathing
Kara Hartzell – On the Horizon
NyteXing – War is Raw
NyteXing – Standup
NyteXing – Let It Go
Atown Slim ft. Phase Wun – HBK
Reece Mills – So Excited
Pat Foran – All That It Can Be
Neil Grover – Whoa
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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.
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