Amy Gerhartz’s forthcoming album, “Hold On,” is scheduled for release in early 2019. If it’s anything like her 2017 release, “Fire,” you’re in for a real treat.
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Nashville-based bluegrass artist Sierra Hull announced her ‘Christmas Time Is Here’ tour on Friday, designed to give back to several communities across the midwest and south this holiday season.
Each of the four tour stops will be partnered with Toys for Tots and/or a local food bank, seeking to ease the stress of the holidays for the less fortunate. Each attending fan who donates an unwrapped toy, canned foods, or makes a monetary donation to the local food bank on-site will receive a free, signed poster for Hull’s Grammy-nominated latest release, Weighted Mind, while supplies last.
Together, with her band (Justin Moses, Kai Welch, Eddie Barbash, Ethan Jodziewicz, and Jamie Dick), Hull aims to bring Christmas joy to those attending the shows and those in need this December. Details on each tour stop are below:
Dec. 7 — Sheldon Concert Hall — St. Louis, MO
(Toys for Tots, canned food, and monetary donations accepted for St. Louis Area Foodbank)
Dec. 8 — Franklin Theatre — Franklin, TN
(Toys for Tots, canned food, and monetary donations accepted for Second Harvest Food Bank)
Dec. 20 — Tangled String Studios — Huntsville, AL
(Monetary donations accepted for Food Bank of North Alabama)
Dec. 21 — Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts — Franklin, NC
(Toys for Tots, monetary donations accepted for Macon County Care Net)
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.
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.
It had been four years since Joe Janci’s last release, but his latest, “Bordertown Blues,” is a full-length soft rock album that is easy on the ears and well worth the wait.
Timoteo (Tim Gehring) is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from the Allentown area. His latest, “The Weight of the World,” was released on June 25, an is the most recent of several self-produced, self-recorded efforts from the one-man band, who records all of the instruments and vocals on the four-song EP.
We have a few more parting shots of Musikfest 2018 from LVU Contributor Wilson Anacleto!