Last month, we announced the return of Sounds of The Underground: Live! Presented by WLVU: The Sound of The Underground and The Balcony Show, the series will resume on Thursday, September 6 from 8-10 p.m. at the Comfort Suites Hill to Hill Grille (120 W. Third St., Bethlehem)
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This Monday, Lehigh Valley with Love released the latest episode of its podcast, taking the opportunity to preview Musikfest.
After taking a brief summer vacation, the Sounds of the Underground will ring out once again this fall — in a brand new location!
The following is an opinion piece from Ann Thatcher, host of The Balcony Show, Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.
If you are a talented original musician, chances are good that, at some point, you are going to want to record your own song. Given the fact that there are many choices out there when it comes to production – from high-cost producers, to do-it-yourself programs – it may be difficult to decide which way to go when it comes to something so personal.
Every epic tale has an origin story.
For Lehigh Valley Underground, it begins in rural New Jersey in August 2013.
Nearly a year ago, Roi and the Secret People frontman Mike Roi began Music Mondays with Mike, a weekly web series featuring special guests, Roi and the Secret People originals, and select covers every Monday night on Facebook Live.
Now, the popular web series in coming in audio format to WLVU: The Sound of The Underground!
A new era of live music kicked off at Rivals Sports Bar & Restaurant in Easton on Thursday night, as WLVU: The Sound of The Underground, The Balcony Show, and Gig Digger Music Bookings and Events teamed up to present the first-ever edition of Sounds of The Underground: Live!
Progressive country crooner Jerrod Niemann brought the party to One Centre Square in Easton last night. The Platinum-certified singer of radio hits “Lover, Lover,” “What Do You Want,” and “Drink to That All Night” played for a crowd of over 200. Niemann is currently on tour promoting his 4th album This Ride, featuring singles “I Got This” and “God Made a Woman.”
In Easton’s Centre Square, the first Thursday of every month will rock just a little bit harder!
Monday night’s edition of The Quinn Spinn on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground featured a conversation with local Renaissance man Jason Hedrington (Headeye), who discussed his projects in music, theatre, and film.