In September, I gave you an insider’s look at Canton, Ohio’s Hey Monea. Now I’m giving you a chance to get your own look as they hit the road for their first tour of 2019. If you’re here in the east, there is ample opportunity to catch them live from New York to Florida. I wouldn’t wait too long to get your tickets, though. Great music has a way of drawing people in.
I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to different places to hear and discover new music. I feel that even moreso in recent months, having been able to travel and have people from other areas discover me.
This week, we head up to Boston for a look at pop-punk duo Condition Baker.
Philly area singer/songwriter Andrea Nardello has done it again, following up her 2016 release “Fire” with the equally impressive “Human” (August 2018).
If you have ever heard Jordyn Kenzie sing or seen her perform then you know that, sooner or later, something special was going to come from this talented young artist. If you haven’t, well, now is your chance. Jordyn’s newly released, self-titled EP is something very special.
Photo credit: Under the Oak
I’m taking us down the turnpike to the Philly area for this week’s look into the indie music scene.
From a catchy bass line that draws you in from the start, to the background vocals and harmonies that highlight the song, Chelsea Lyn Meyer’s “Hangover” is another great pop/rock tune.
This week, I’m stepping outside the “comfort” of home and taking an in-depth look at Hey Monea, a pop/rock band from Canton, OH. I’ll do this from time-to-time because, quite simply, there is great music outside of the Lehigh Valley that deserves to be heard.
If you like listening to lead guitarists do what they do best, then you’ll enjoy “Animals of God and War,” the debut album from the Zeke Sky Band.
If hardcore punk is your thing, you are going to love “Down with the Ship,” the latest release from The Road Sodas.