Tag Archives: classic rock

Shane Reimer: Live at City View Sound

Guitarist and singer Shane Reimer grew up listening to punk rock, but his influences stretch far beyond one genre. Powered by a unique and powerful voice, Shane blends classic rock sounds with exciting twists from the realms of new wave, funk, and swing, making for an explosive sound that stretches across several projects including his original rock project, Shane Reimer and Them Spicy Boize.

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The Balcony Show Play of The Day: Mar. 29, 2019

TGIF!

We’re here to help you start your weekend with a bang, courtesy of today’s Play of the Day from our friends in radio at The Balcony Show. It’s everything you need to enjoy your Friday!

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Ralph’s Reviews: Stoney Run Group – Self-titled

Stoney Run Group’s self-titled album, released in October 2017, has a definite 70s vibe with a few twists, for a sound that can be described as psychedelic indie rock. There a some hints of reggae (“All the Reasons”), jazz (“Only Waiting For You”) and blues (“Red Car”). You can hear the influence of jam bands like Little Feat, The Grateful Dead, and Phish, without the long, drawn-out 20 minute delivery of a 5-minute song which is often pretty cool live, but not necessarily ideal listening in the recorded version.

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Sister Salvation Wants to See You at One Centre Square Next Wednesday

Sister Salvation, a Frenchtown, NJ-based band that has recently emerged with a series of Lehigh Valley dates, has a big show coming up. The rockers will be opening for punk legend Richie Ramone at One Centre Square on Wednesday, March 14 — and they want you to join them!

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Review: Mosey Beat Soars to Exciting Heights with ‘Flight’

Artist: Mosey Beat
Album: Flight
Released: 2017
Genre: Jam/Funk/Progressive

Back in August, we saw funky Lehigh Valley jam band Mosey Beat perform on a beautiful Tuesday night at the Provident Bank Main Street stage at Musikfest. It was there that bassist Dave Abraham estimated that approximately 75% of their live performances are improvised.

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