Philly-area indie rockers At Best have had a big summer so far, debuting their new single “Changing Shape” with a recent performance on popular Philly radio station Radio 104.5’s “Live at 5” program the day it was released.Watch the Video
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Entertainment lawyer, musician, creator, and entrepreneur Bryan Tuk has seen a lot across his multiple, intertwining careers, and he is determined to be a resource for those on a quest for knowledge and creativity.
Photo credit: Foxtrot & the Get Down
Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have had a big year in 2018. In addition to opening for Bon Jovi in Philadelphia, they released their anthemic, jazzy new single, “Down & Out.”
On Monday, they released its accompanying movie, filled with dramatic and shocking twists!
Roi and the Secret People often blast off into their live set with the spacey “Saturn Girl,” a high-powered rock anthem featured on the band’s “Truck Stop Sushi” vinyl album.
Now, the band has made it easier for you to sing along when you hear the song live!
This week, we dive deeper into local arts and culture than simply music. There’s a bit of comedy, satire, and even film to enjoy throughout the Lehigh Valley. So, we decided to be well-rounded and highlight it all.
Let’s do just that, then, with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
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Recently, acoustic pop duo January Noon revealed that they will be performing at Musikfest on Wednesday, August 8 at 8 p.m. on the Lyrikplatz stage, inside of the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas.
The guys were so excited that they decided to treat their fans to a new video!
The first taste of new music was released earlier this month, with new single “On the Horizon” recalling the true story of Hartzell’s lonely dinner for one through the eyes of a fictional third-person.
Thirty years ago, as a student at Syracuse University, Chicago native and aspiring musician Ken Goldstein visited the Buffalo area and got a glimpse of how the closing of the local steel mill in Lackawanna, N.Y. put thousands out of work and gutted a community. In the ensuing days, he penned a song, “Bethlehem Steel,” that he’s carried with him throughout his career.
We had ourselves a barnburner of a Sunday evening at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards. Congratulations once more to all of the deserving winners, and thanks to everyone who stopped to chat with WLVU: The Sound of The Underground on the red carpet at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks.
Speaking of The Sound of The Underground, there will be many sounds for you to enjoy…
This Week on WLVU
Variety continues to be the name of the game on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground. Our 24/7 internet radio station has found its groove, offering just about any genre of music, and something to enjoy for fans of all forms of entertainment.
See what’s in store…