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UMC20: Best of July 2020

Right in step with the sweet summer heat, we had plenty of fire to choose from throughout the month of July.

Hear the Best of July

The Quinn Spinn: Emma Ohm (May 18, 2020)

“Electric” Emma Ohm is a supremely talented vocalist, musician, and dancer with bucketloads of energy and soul. Her latest single and music video for “Not Your Savior” puts her style and talent on full display, and her upcoming Shaggy Head EP is sure to bring the fire when it drops.

Today, Emma joins The Quinn Spinn to discuss her projects, with an important focus on the concepts and lessons she has learned on her creative journey.

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PHOTOS: Sad Girl Night at Helping Our Music Evolve (2019 Finale)

It’s been a pleasure to become acquainted with the mission and people behind Sad Girl Music throughout our first full year in Nashville. Likewise, we’ve enjoyed seeing their monthly Sad Girl Night showcases grow at Helping Our Music Evolve.

On Sunday night, we got to experience that growth one more time to close out 2019, and were treated to an evening full of stellar musicianship, authentic storytelling, and captivating vocals.

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Musikfest Five-Point Preview: Day 5

Tuesday’s lineup is particularly exciting to me. The official halfway point of Musikfest 2016 is marked by artists I’ve personally had the privilege of covering, as well as those I’ve seen, but who might be new to the Lehigh Valley Underground audience.

Come along with me, and I’ll make sure you know who’s who before the day is through.

Musikfest Five-Point Preview
Day 5 – Aug. 9, 2016

Joyous | 12 p.m.
Stage:
Wells Fargo Festplatz (North)
Description: Sneak out for lunch (or just take the day off) to hear some classic soul and R&B.

Seamus Kennedy | 5 p.m.
Stage: Red Stag Pub Liederplatz (North)
Description: The popular Celtic folk artist returns to Bethlehem once more.

The Groove Merchants | 7 p.m.
Stage: Provident Bank Main Street (North)
Description: Funk, soul, blues, and jazz collide for the second time today (the band also plays in the same spot at 5 p.m.).

Voirvoir | 8:30 p.m.
Stage:
Provident Bank Main Street (North)
Description: There Are No Good Goodbyes, so say hello once more to the local indie rock masters.

Scythian | 9 p.m.
Stage: Air Products Americaplatz (South)
Description: One of the ‘Fest’s most popular returning performers brings their unique, thrilling brand of rock.

There’s more where that came from! Check in with DustinSchoof.com every morning throughout Musikfest for a full free stage lineup!

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