On Sunday night, eastern Pennsylvania came out in celebration of local music and community at the 20th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards, held inside Musikfest Cafe at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA.See the photos
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Nashville-based singer-songwriter Leah Nobel recently released her full-length album, “Running in Borrowed Shoes,” as an exploration of the human condition. The 10-track offering is the culmination of 100 interviews Nobel conducted with individuals of all ages, social statuses, and orientations, dealing with topics including (but not limited to) love, nature, war, and the essence of life itself.
This project was undertaken in an effort to reveal a simple truth: We have more in common than we think.Read more
Heading into the final month of winter, we’ll have a warm welcome back home for another fresh #LVUFirstFriday lineup.Read more
Indie rock veterans Roi and the Secret People are known throughout the northeast for putting on a live show with an energy that few can match. Taking its cues from frontman Mike Roi, the band’s dedication to putting on a true performance captivates audiences who come into RSP’s sphere, every time out.Read more
Monday night in Nashville means it’s time to party.Read more
When I was getting ready to make the move to Nashville, I heard this a few times from friends back in PA.
“I hope you like country music!”Read more
One of the wonderful things about the internet is you can span the globe in your search for great new music and still keep your finger on the pulse of your roots. Lately, there has been some pretty special music coming right from home in eastern Pennsylvania.Read more
2019 figures to be a big year for Pennsylvania pop-soul-jazz outfit Cubbage. The band — led by the introspective songwriting and always-smooth, versatile vocal abilities of Anthony Cubbage — has new music on the horizon, and is never shy when it comes to rolling out their favorite modern covers.Read more
Day two of Hey Monea’s “Nothing In The Tank” Tour brought the Canton, Ohio trio to New Hope, PA on Friday night. While New Hope is not exactly where UMC laid its roots, it was close enough to the Lehigh Valley to be on my own “Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week” list.Read more
Back home in PA, we have something to heat up the dead of winter: the February 2019 installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, a joint production between Underground Music Collective and SouthSide Arts District, with support from Comfort Suites Hill to Hill Grille (Bethlehem, PA).