We’ve had good luck with the weather so far in June. Not only did the threat of rain disappear on June 1 for both Out to Lunch and First Friday, but the weather for the past two weeks have been particularly spectacular when the weekend has rolled around!
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Originally, instrumental guitar virtuoso Evan Miklosey was slated for the June 1 installment of our Out to Lunch Concert Series. On Thursday afternoon, Evan informed us of an unavoidable conflict, unfortunately having to cancel.
Before he did, though, he graciously lined up a worthy replacement!
Competition heated up on the Allentown Fairgrounds Farmerama stage on Sunday, for Day 2 of the Lehigh Valley Underground Discovery Stage at the Great Pennsylvania Music and Arts Celebration (PennMArt).
The Lehigh Valley Underground free stage lineup at the SouthSide Arts & Music Festival is designed to give local artists — both established and emerging — a platform on which to shine.
One of those emerging names — singer-songwriter Cass Noelle — has been shining at SteelStacks Open Mic, presented by Billy Bauer for several months. Now, she moves into the festival realm, set to perform at Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub this Saturday, April 21 from 6-7:30 p.m.
We caught up with Cass to talk about the gig, her influences, and everything else she has going on.
Singer-songwriter Neil Grover is preparing to release is debut EP, “Whoa,” on Tuesday, April 17. The five-track collection, which is already in rotation over at WLVU: The Sound of The Underground, is sure to be one of the year’s most exciting releases.
Monday night on The Quinn Spinn, Neil will get to share his excitement about “Whoa” — and more!
We have successfully scheduled another snowed-out First Friday artist from March.
As we thaw out from last week’s Day After Tomorrow-esque storm that put a stop to the March 2018 edition of #LVUFirstFriday, we look ahead to warmer days — and the first First Friday of spring on April 6.
Longtime Lehigh Valley soda giant A-Treat has named its six A-Treat Heroes finalists — and popular local singer-songwriter Scott Marshall has made the cut.
Julia Sommer rocked Cleveland so hard, that she’ll be back to do it again next month!
Lehigh Valley-based singer-songwriter Julia Sommer is widely regarded as one of our region’s great young musical talents. This Saturday, she has the opportunity to put her abilities on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.