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We turn it up to 11 with our latest Play of the Day from our friends in radio, The Balcony Show. Today, we go into the world of metal to power you through the penultimate day of the week.Hear Thursday’s Play of the Day
If you like listening to lead guitarists do what they do best, then you’ll enjoy “Animals of God and War,” the debut album from the Zeke Sky Band.
On the first Saturday of Musikfest, one of our own locals had the chance to enjoy the festival’s biggest stage.
We’ve teamed up with South Bethlehem’s Color Me Mine Lehigh Valley on quite a few music events over the past year. Some have, of course, been a part of our First Friday Concert Series, while we’ve also worked together to host performances during SouthSide Arts & Music Festival and other independent ventures.
On Saturday, August 25, we’ll be back at it again!
Fans from across the rock spectrum will want to consider heading to The Gin Mill and Grille in Northampton on Saturday, March 24, for a showcase with something for everyone’s tastes!
I didn’t know much about Uriah Heep heading into Tuesday night. All I knew is that I signed up for a concert photography class through ArtsQuest, and that the “final exam” was the chance to photograph the band during their Musikfest Café performance that night.
Album: No Remedy
Release date: Feb. 2018
Genre: Hard Rock
Hard rock fans in the Greater Lehigh Valley have been waiting for “No Remedy,” the forthcoming album from VICTIM. The wait is almost over, and we got our hands on an advance copy so we can tell you what to expect.
VICTIM is preparing to release its long-awaited, hotly-anticipated album “No Remedy” later this winter — and the band has offered us another glimpse into the record with “The Storm,” a tumultuous track featuring some of frontman Cris Moser’s most deeply personal lyrics.
Easton’s One Centre Square was near capacity on Sunday night for a big night of rock that featured West Chester natives CKY as the headliners.