Some things just seem good for this world, and one of those is the music Iveen has blessed us with. She redefines the word “ethereal” and brings us into a unknown serene dimension.Hear “Celtic Creed”
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We’ve got ourselves a Friday! And, with that, we have another Play of the Day from our friends in radio at The Balcony Show.
Of course we do. It is a new day, after all!Read more
In Bethlehem, the Fall Classic doesn’t happen in October, and it does not involve bats, gloves, and pinstripes. Instead, it occurs as soon as the new season kicks off, and the participants in this event are clad in plaid kilts as far as the eye can see.
The Celtic Cultural Alliance’s flagship event is a sure-fire hit every September, featuring, among other things, internationally-renowned musicians, authentic Celtic cuisine, tons of unique vendors and, of course, the annual U.S. Highland Games Championship. It goes all weekend, continuing today and lasting into the night with live music on Sunday.
LVU was on-hand Friday evening to capture some of the early action, both in photos and on Facebook Live. Take a look below, and make sure you stop by this weekend!
Photo credit: lehighvalleylive.com
It’s going to be a busy week for us here at Lehigh Valley Underground. Not only does The Quinn Spinn’s new season kick off tonight (information below), but the weekend is stacked with great performances! Dive a bit deeper to learn about the…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Mon., Sept. 19 | 6 p.m.
The Quinn Spinn’s Season Premiere
Venue: YouTube (via your computer or mobile device)
Description: DJ Pearlman of REVEL 9 joins us, and we have plenty of great music and fun to usher in a new era!
Venue: Downtown Bethlehem
Description: Authentic Celtic music, entertainment and fare highlights the first weekend of fall in downtown Bethlehem.
Sat., Sept. 24 | 12 p.m.
Slatington Bike Night and Car Show
Venue: Main Street, Slatington
Description: Live music, beer, food, and cars. What more could you want from a Saturday?
Sun., Sept. 25 | 2 p.m.
Venue: Riley & Jake’s, 1831 Rt. 31, Clinton, NJ
Description: Good American fare and pleasant listening highlight this Sunday matinee.
Working at PBS39 is certainly an enjoyable gig, and nights like this highlight the experience.
Colm Keegan and Laura Durrant, perhaps best known for their work touring with international sensation Celtic Thunder, came to the PPL Public Media Center at PBS39 on Wednesday night for an intimate benefit performance for the public media station. The duo, engaged to be married next month, played folky originals and Celtic traditionals to the delight of the audience for two hours.
Colm and Laura are no strangers to the Lehigh Valley. Not only did they make a similar tour stop at PBS39 last year, but Colm’s grandparents lived in Bethlehem for a short while. The singer-songwriter noted to those in attendance that Christmas City is an important stop for him on every East Coast tour.
It was a pleasure seeing Colm and Laura again — and meeting Colm’s brother Mark, who handled merch duties and joined the pair onstage for their finale. I hope that we’ll cross paths again soon!
Photos are property of PBS39; thus, the absence of the LVU watermark. By nature of what I do, I just thought I’d share them with you all here, as well.