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We hope you enjoyed LVU Review-A-Palooza. It seemed popular with y’all, and we’ll look to do it again whenever we decide to skip town for a few days.
Anyway, we’re back in the saddle, ready to deliver a fresh plate of…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
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!
Photo credit: Andrew Zastko
NEPA classic rock radio station Rock 107 announced that they will host Warrant at their 38th Birthday Bash on Wednesday, April 4 at The Woodlands Experience in Wilkes-Barre.
Fans of the Lehigh Valley’s party punk darlings VICTIM got wind of this, and decided, “Hey… lets get our boys to open for them!”
The Quinn Spinn’s fifth anniversary season rages on with a special interview and live performance from Tye and Dylan from The Groove Merchants, who will open for nationally-known bluesman John Nemeth at Mauch Chunk Opera House on Sunday, February 18.
American Legion Post 470 in Bath Township was packed with local residents and music supporters throughout the day and into the evening on Saturday, as local man Matt Billy held his “Double Nickel” birthday celebration in support of the Wounded Warrior Project and Dreams Come True.
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.
Local man Matt Billy turns 55 on Saturday. He’s donating his birthday to two worthy causes, with a party featuring live music from local acoustic performers — and one of them can be you!
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.