Based in Nashville, EVA is a “streamlined solution for booking entertainment and experiences for virtual and live events.” The startup platform, which utilizes technology and a people-first mentality to connect clients with high-quality entertainment, has adapted to the abrupt changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, and finds itself continuing to innovate as the industry re-defines the meaning of live entertainment in 2021 and beyond.
EVA Co-Founder Channing Moreland and Entertainment Relations Manager Belinda Ligotino join us on The Quinn Spinn to discuss these important pivots, and what they mean for the future of the platform and industry at-large.
In case you haven’t heard, we’re filling the weeks without an episode of our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, with QuaranTimes, a live stream broadcast featuring our OG Quinn Spinn family. Certainly, it’s a different side of the show, meant to keep things fun and light in these strange times of the ‘rona.
On this edition of QuaranTimes, Scotty Rock introduced us to his friend, Z-Bro, who brought plenty of fresh ideas to what wound up being an unpredictable episode. We get to know the new member of the family, continue the previous episode’s raging Kool-Aid Man debate, and even had time to get a little thoughtful and serious about relationships and self-assessment.
Did we mention that there’s also Stupid News, Something For Your Ears, Feelin’ Good with JD, and the return of L’s Inappropriate Word? Yup — it’s all here!
We told you not to worry about the rain and, for the most part, we were rewarded for our faith in the inaccuracy of weather forecasters everywhere.
We have a saying around here at LVU: A little rain can’t stop this train!
Indeed, the forecast for today isn’t favorable, but this is the last Saturday of Musikfest for 51 weeks. You aren’t going to let Mother Nature stop you from living your best life, are you?
We didn’t think so. Let’s go!
Musikfest Five-Point Preview: August 11, 2018
This Monday, Lehigh Valley with Love released the latest episode of its podcast, taking the opportunity to preview Musikfest.
The Lehigh Valley with Love ComedyPlatz is returning to Musikfest with two free nights of stand-up comedy on August 10 and 11 at The Ice House on 56 River Street.
Local cancer charity Cups For A Cure is taking to Bethlehem’s Charles A. Brown Ice House (56 River St.) on Saturday, July 7, giving you a chance to laugh for a cause.
The following (after the foreword) is a conversation with Lehigh Valley with Love Founder George Wacker about the organization’s rise from an anonymous satire blog, to a prominent multimedia organization in our region.
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.
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.