Thirty plus years ago, in 1981, the Maryland based band, KIX came to Sunbury, PA for the first time. On March 24, 2018, the group returns once again to The Wharf, in Hummel’s Wharf, PA.
Alexis P. Suter Ministers of Sound celebrated the release of their new album Live From Briggs Farm with a concert at the FM Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, PA.
The fourth annual Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival Features over 70 artists performing on nine stages in venues around center city Lancaster.
Filmed and set in Pennsylvania, All In Time is a major motion picture that will hit screens nationwide this Fall.
The 2014 Briggs Farm Blues Festival had an especially diverse lineup which featured many rock-based genres fused with the core blues that has made this ever-growing, 17-year festival so popular.
2013 Inductees to the Philadelphia Music Alliance Walk of Fame will be officially inducted on October 24th along the Avenue of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Held in a remote area of Pennsylvania, this festival has art, poetry, kids activities and food, was some great free music on two stages. On the main stage was entertainment by five different acts of diverse music which ranged from a high school marching band to a national recording artist and many degrees in-between.
July 23, 2012
Two PA Bands Play in Ireland
Ballina, Ireland is the sister city of Scranton, PA and two bands from Northeatern Pennsylvania traveled to perform at the Ballina Salmon Festival along with other pub gigs on the Emerald Isle. Underground Saints and Farley performed at the festival, which draws more than 200,000 people annually. The trip originated when guitarist Pat Flynn (who plays guitar for both acts) visited relatives in Ballina and mailed CDs of both bands to his cousin, who then introduced the music to Irish radio programmers who gave the music a positive response. The Bands traveled with a production team from 25/8 Productions, who filmed candid interviews with memebers of the bands and every show that they played, for an upcoming documentary.
Summer festival season is here! This is the time of year that live music is released from the dark, late – night confines of nightclubs and bars and flows into the great outdoors. Pennsylvania is a great place for outdoor summertime music.
Wired performs a solid and entertaining live act, performing covers from across the rock pantheon.
The fourth Sound Off for Vets concert was held on Saturday, May 19th on City Island in Harrisburg. The free, all-ages, outdoor show will once again benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.