Lehigh Valley Musicians Unite for Freedom

Touchstone Theater and the Lehigh Valley Song Project have come together to produce “Lehigh Valley Be Free”, a collaborative effort of a group of local musicians. The song, and the message behind it, is one of hope and freedom. Freedom from disease, violence and hatred. Due to the current restrictions in place with the outbreak of the corona virus, the musicians recorded separately. The song was written by Michael Duck, Matthew Mosley and Kira Willey, produced by Michael Duck (Webfoot Digital), Jason Reif (Freestone Productions) and Kira Willey (Kira Willey Productions LLC), mixed by Jason Reif and mastered by Pierre Salandy (OnPhire Master Mix). The video is available now at http://touchstone.org/LVBFREE .

On Thursday, July 23, the video was premiered as part of the “Songs of Hope and Resistance”, presented by Touchstone Theater. The presentation featured a live outdoor performance by several local musicians including Neil Grover, Dave Fry, Camille Armstrong, Liliana Cunha, Daniel Class and Jeremy Joseph. The entire performance is available to view at http://touchstone.org/songs-of-hope.

Lehigh Valley Song Project director Michael Duck views this as a unique opportunity to “take an artistic approach” to the many issues troubling our country today. He goes on to say “……..by breaking down barriers, celebrating the ways we can all help each other……” as part of the vision of the project. The hope is to continue producing projects such as this to keep the awareness on helping to make our society a better place. Through music and the arts, we have the ability to make a difference. If you would like more information on the project and on Festival Unbound, visit http://www.touchstone.org/season/. To help by donating to the project, go to  https://bit.ly/LVsongdonate.

Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 7/23-7/26/20

It’s another busy weekend for live music in the Lehigh Valley. The weather doesn’t look great for the outdoor shows tonight so, check ahead before you venture out. The rest of the weekend just looks hot. I want to take a minute to thank everyone who helps contribute content here and those who read and share the post every week. If you want to get in on the “HOT SPOTS”, let me know your schedule by Wednesday evening and I will be sure to promote it here. You can use the “contact us” form on the website, Facebook messenger or email me at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com. I also want to give a shout out to Jaycie Cuprill and Rising Tide Music for all the work promoting live music as well. While I provide information on shows that take place mainly in the Lehigh Valley, he shares what is going on closer to the Poconos and he does it every day. Between the two, you get plenty of live music updates. Here’s what I have for you.

THURSDAY – 5pm, John Cannavo’s Open Jam, Jack’s Slice Pub and Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, South Mall (Food Truck Thursday). 6pm, Silk & Steele Duo, Shanty on 19th, Kendal Conrad, Cedar Hollow Inn and Steve McDaniel, Happy Hour Bar & Grille. 7pm, Songs of Hope and Resistance (various artists), Touchstone Theater. For more info and to purchase tickets visit https://www.facebook.com/events/604443390484507/.

FRIDAY – 5pm, Mike Metzgar, Downtown Allentown Market. 6pm, Curious Dog, Mountain House Tavern. 6:30pm, Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, Weyerbacher Brewery and Jaycie & Michayla, The Iron Mule. 7pm, DMC Duo, Easton Wine Project, Chelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Foundation Tavern, Stef & Mike Duo, House & Barn, Cody Wiley, Seven Sirens Brewing Co, Kendal Conrad, Stable 12 Brewery and Service Dog, Steel Stacks. 8pm, The Trio w/Eric Santana, Funhouse Southside and Smooth Retsina Glow, The Bridge Inn. 9pm, Doyle & the Dudes, Rivals Sports Bar.

SATURDAY – 11am, Steve Brosky Duo, Palmerton Boro Park. 1pm, Curious Dog, Tolino Vineyards. 2pm, Steve Brosky, Black River Farms Winery. 3pm, Z Solo, Olde Homestead Golf Club. 5pm, Jean Navarr, Jabber Jaws and Jaisen Taylor, Saucony Creek Kutztown Brewery. 6:30pm, Kendal Conrad, Bru Daddy’s, Lelica, Weyerbacher Brewery and Bill Shannon, The Iron Mule. 7pm, Ash & Snow, Easton Wine Project and Curious Dog, Siamsa Irish Pub. 8pm, Aidan Bloomfield Trio, Funhouse Southside and Seth Witcher, Foundation Tavern.

SUNDAY – 9am, Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, Jake’s Flea Market. 2pm, Hayley Dare, Blue Mountain Vineyards, Pentley Holmes, Seven Sirens Brewing Co, Kendal Conrad, A’Dello Winery and the Chelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Lakeside Bar & Grill. 3pm, John Cannavo’s Open Jam, The Shanty on 19th and Open Mic with Shane Reimer, Weyerbacher Brewery. 6:30pm, Heart Headed, The Iron Mule. 8pm, Shaun Lally & Claudio Pinto, Funhouse Southside. Also, at 7pm, Roi & the Secret People will be hosting an on line set presented by the Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission. You can tune in on Mike Roi’s Facebook page to watch/listen.

The final weekend of the Blueberry Festival at Burnside Plantation also features live music from 10am-6pm Saturday and Sunday. Under the Corn Crib Tent: Saturday – Joe Argese (10am), Mark Hannig (noon), Not for Coltrane (2pm), Michael Reisman (4pm). Sunday – The Druckenmillers (10am), Shane Reimer (noon), Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo (2pm), Frank Porter (4pm). Under the Dessert Tent: Saturday – Stef & Mike Duo (noon), Ralph Pagano (2pm), Yingling-Porter on Tap (4pm). Sunday – Eliza Rush (noon), Ben Tyler (2pm), Mike Metzgar (4pm). For more information on all of the weekends’ activities, visit https://historicbethlehem.org/blueberry-festival/.

As always, let’s help keep the music scene in the Lehigh Valley alive and well by getting out and supporting live, local music. If you like what you see here, please help us grow our audience by liking and sharing Voices of the Valley on Facebook and help our friends at Rising Tide Music as well. If you want in on the weekly “HOT SPOTS” just let me know, I’ll be happy to include you.

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Blueberry Festival To-Go Market and Next Weekends’ Live Music

The Blueberry Festival continues all week with the to-go market through Friday. You can order all of your favorite blueberry treats on line for drive-thru pickup 10am to 6pm each day. The final weekend has more activities and plenty of live music to entertain you. Your $3 admission pass gives you 90 minutes on the Burnside Plantation grounds to stop by the Corn Crib and enjoy beer, wine or cocktails, visit the Dessert Tent, take part in the activities or relax and enjoy the live music at both the Corn Crib and the Dessert Tent throughout the day. For more details about the activities or information on renting a picnic spot, visit their website at https://historicbethlehem.org/blueberry-festival/. Here’s your music lineup for the weekend, presented by Voices of the Valley.

SATURDAY, 7/25 – Corn Crib – Joe Argese, 10am. Mark Hannig, noon. Not for Coltrane, 2pm. Michael Reisman, 4pm. Dessert Tent – Stef & Mike Duo, noon. Ralph Pagano, 2pm. Yingling-Porter on Tap, 4pm.

SUNDAY, 7/26 – Corn Crib – The Druckenmillers, 10am. Shane Reimer, noon. The Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, 2pm. Frank Porter, 4pm. Dessert Tent – Eliza Rush, noon. Ben Tyler, 2pm. Mike Metzgar, 4pm.

Come out, get your blueberry fix for the year, enjoy the fun and games and help support live, local music all in one place.

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Local Artist Playlist VOV#6 on Spotify

Somehow June slipped right past me so, playlist #6 becomes July’s. It is 2020 so, why not be a little off, right ? We do have some hot new music for you to listen to, though. We have brand new singles from Kendal Conrad, Neil Grover and Michael Roi and some recent releases from Alyssa Dodge, Crooked Ways and Houston & the Dirty Rats. The rest of the playlist has more great music, new & old, from the Valley so, give it a listen and a follow. Then share it with your friends and support the Lehigh Valley local music scene. Click the link below to listen.

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Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 7/16-7/19/20

Here we are again, another weekend loaded with opportunities to get out and support live, local music. And, here we are again with new, tighter restrictions on some of the places you would go to see your favorite artists perform. The unfortunate reality is that some of the shows here may get cancelled or postponed but, let’s be optimistic for now. If you have to cancel an event please feel free to comment on the Facebook post or let me know and I will do my best to spread the word. If you are planning on going to an event, check with the venue to be sure it is still happening. Let’s all hope for the best and get out and support live music. Here’s what the weekend looks like.

THURSDAY – 5pmMark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, South Mall (Food Truck Thursday). 6pmTwo of a Kind, The Shanty on 19th. 7pmBlaming Amy, Steel Pub. 9pmDoyle & the Dudes, Rivals Sports Bar.

FRIDAY – noonDMC Duo, Pocket Park. 5pmKendal Conrad, The Shelby and Steve Brosky Duo, Weathered Vineyards. 6pmSeth Witcher, Hotel Bethlehem, Jon Doyle (solo), County Seat Spirits, Ash & Snow, Bishop Estates Vineyards and Jared Mason, Markley Grille. 6:30pmBill Shannon, The Iron Mule. 7pmChelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Foundation Tavern, Social Call, Maingate, Z Solo, Easton Wine Project and Walter Lee, Downriver Brewing. 7:30pm Curious Dog, Murphy’s Hideaway. 8pmThe Stray Seeds, Funhouse Southside.

SATURDAY – Live Music at the Blueberry Festival – Burnside Plantation, Bethlehem – starts at noon with Young at Heart Boys followed by Irish Jam Session (2pm) and Stacy Gabel (4pm). 2pmMike Metzgar, Riverside Barr. 5pmChelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Leather Corner Post. 5:30pmGirl Crue, West End Pub. 6pmKendal Conrad, Bell Hall and Radio One, Seven Sirens Brewing. 6:30pmCastaway Band, Weyerbacher Brewing. 7pmJoe & Tony, Easton Wine Project and The Cody Templeton Band, The Steel Pub. 8pmThe Groove Merchants, Funhouse Southside and Smooth Retsina Glow, Soma Downtown Grill. 9:30pmCurious Dog, The Jive Bar.

SUNDAY – Live music kicks off at 10am at the Blueberry Festival with Dave Fry followed by Russ Rentler (noon), Old Time Jam (2pm) and Lockman & Purcell (4pm). NoonJimmy and the Parrots along with the Bobby Clark Band, Hardball Cider. 1pmAsh & Snow, Folino Estates, Pentley Holmes, Sorrenti Vineyards and Smooth Retsina Glow, Blue Ridge Estates Winery. 2pmJanci & Berry, Brook Hollow Winery and Terry Wilson & Shellie Mitchell, The Iron Mule. 3pmJohn Cannavo’s Open Jam, The Shanty on 19th and The Bandana Brothers, Murphy’s Loft. 8pmLorenzo Bubba, Funhouse Southside.

Again, some of this schedule is subject to change. Please call ahead to the venue if you are unsure and, let’s get out and support live music and the venues that bring it to us each week. The Bands AND the venues need your support, now more than ever. Be thoughtful of the employees and the performers and tip both whenever possible. Buying merchandise, on line or at a show, is another way you can support the musicians who are out here performing while they can.

If you want to be included in the Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS”, let me know by Wednesday each week by using the “contact us” form on the website, Facebook messenger or email at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com. Please share this with your friends and “like” and share the page as well and, thank you for helping keep live music alive and well in the Lehigh Valley.

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This Years’ Blueberry Festival Takes on a New Look

Amid concerns over the spread of the Corona Virus, this years’ Blueberry Festival will have a new look. Traditionally a 2-day event at the Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem, it will be a 9-day “marketplace” event beginning Saturday, July 18 and running through Sunday, July 26. Both weekends will feature live music throughout the day with performances by many local musicians. While the weekdays offer online ordering and drive-thru pickup for all of your blueberry favorites, the weekends will feature many other activities, including reserved picnic area spots. You can find a list of all weekend activities at https://historicbethlehem.org/blueberry-festival/. Here’s your live music lineup for both weekends.

Saturday, 7/18 – 10am – TBD, noon – Young at Heart Boys, 2pm – Irish Jam Session, 4pm – Stacy Gabel. Sunday, 7/19 – 10am – Dave Fry, noon – Russ Rentler, 2pm – Old Time Jam, 4pm – Lockman and Purcell.

The second weekend – presented by Voices of the Valley – has music at two locations. Most of the music will take place at the Corn Crib while there will be a few performances at the Dessert Tent as well. Here’s your lineup: Saturday, 7/25 – 10am – Joe Argese, noon – Ralph Pagano (solo – dessert tent) and Mark Hannig (solo – Corn Crib), 2pm – Not for Coltrane, 4pm – Michael Reisman. Sunday, 7/26 – 10am – The Druckenmillers, noon – Shane Reimer, 2pm – Ben Tyler (Dessert Tent), The Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo (Corn Crib), 4pm – Frank Porter (Corn Crib) and Mike Metzger (Dessert Tent).

I can still fill some spots at the Dessert Tent on the weekend of 7/25 & 7/26. If you have any interest in performing at the festival that weekend, email lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com for details. Again, for more information on the picnic areas, the outdoor games, the beer, wine and spirits selections available at the Corn Crib and the other weekend activities visit https://historicbethlehem.org/blueberry-festival/ or like and follow the event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/513876062890868/.

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Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 7/9-7/12/20

It’s another busy weekend for the live music scene here in the Valley. Many places have moved the music indoors but, there are still quite a few keeping it outdoors. With a weather forecast that does not look promising for the weekend, it’s best to check before heading to your favorite spot in case it gets rained out. Otherwise, let’s go listen to some music !

TONIGHT – 5pm, The Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, Food Truck Thursday at the South Mall and Kendal Conrad, Slopeside Pub. 6pmJimmy Leahy, The Shanty on 19th and Bill Ihling, The Milford House. 7pmDoyle & the Dudes, Rivals Sports Bar. Cody Templeton Band, Forks Township Park and Daimon & Jareth, The Cinder Inn.

FRIDAY – 3pmSteve Brosky, Radical Wines. 5pmJon Doyle (solo), Tolino Vineyards and Kendal Conrad, The Shelby. 5:30pm Pentley Holmes, Setter Ridge Winery and John Cannavo, Olde Homestead Golf Club. 6pmShaun Lally, Hotel Bethlehem and Z Solo, Invertase Brewing Co. 6:30pm Jaycie & Michayla, Iron Mule. 7pmCurious Dog, Derailed Taproom, Smooth Retsina Glow, Pocono Brewery, Chelsea Lyn Meyer, Woodstone Country Club, Acoustic Kitty Project, Easton Wine Project and Zach Lawless, Down River Brewing Co. 8pmThe Weekenders, Rivals Sports Bar and Aiden Bloomfield Trio, The Funhouse Southside.

SATURDAY – NoonJimmy Leahy, Relax Nation. 12:30pmRich Berry, Four Sisters Winery. 3pmSteve Brosky (Solo), Eight Oaks Distillery. 5pmCurious Dog, Mountain View Vineyards, Chelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Leather Corner Post, Z Solo, Pourhouse Taproom and Boondock Barons, Jabber Jaws. 6pmPX Experiment, Copperhead Grille and Supra & Ayers, Weathered Vineyards. 6:30pmBrian Molnar, Iron Mule. 7pmAcoustic Bliss, Easton Wine Project, Shaun Lally, Tacos Y Tequila Allentown, Copper Fields, Slopeside Pub, Kendal Conrad, House & Barn and Smooth Retsina Glow, Blueprint Brewery. 8pmPentley Holmes Trio, Funhouse Southside and Steve Brosky Duo, Widows Tavern.

SUNDAY – NoonEmily Noel, Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson. 2pmAsh & Snow, Black River Farms Winery. 3pmJohn Cannavo’s Open Jam, The Shanty on 19th. 4:30pmKendal Conrad, The Shelby. 5pmShaun Lally, Fogelsville Hotel. 6pmCurious Dog, Dalton’s Pub. 6:30pmHeart Headed, Iron Mule. 8pmUrban Achievers, Funhouse Southside.

If you are a musician or a venue that hosts live music and, you want to get in on the Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS”, all you need to do is let me know by Wednesday evening and I’ll post your events right here. You can use the “contact us” form on the website, use the Voices of the Valley Facebook messenger or email me at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com. All I ask in return is a “like” and a share on the page. As always, go out and support live, local music and the venues that bring it to you every week.

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Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 7/2-7/5/20

It’s the weekend and it’s going to be hot outside so, take care of those musicians pouring their hearts out in the hot summer sun ! It’s a pretty busy weekend for live music around the Valley so, make your plans and get out and support local music and local businesses. If your show or shows are not listed here and you want them to be, it’s pretty simple. Let me know by Wednesday where you will be and I will make sure your shows land right here. You can use the “contact us” form on the website, email me at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com or drop a note on Facebook messenger at https://www.facebook.com/lvvoicesofthevalley/. Let’s hear some music.

TODAY – Glenwood kicks things off at noon in Pocket Park. 5pmKendal Conrad at Rivals and the Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo at the South Mall (Food Truck Thursday). 5:30pmKyle Yankowy at the Tavern at Sun Inn . 6pmJohn Cannavo and Jim Brekus at the Shanty on 19th. 7pmBilly & Chris (Billy Bauer Band) at Steel Stacks and Kevin Shire at Greg’s.

FRIDAY – 1:30pm Bill Ihling, Four Sisters Winery. 5pmCurious Dog, Mountain View Winery. 5:30pmT&T, The Tavern at Sun Inn. 6pmSwingtime Dolls, Dinky’s Ice Cream (Bethlehem) Grand Opening, ABC Duo (Brosky and Cannavo), Bear Creek Mountain, Bridges Apart Duo, Artie’s Bar and Grill, Supra/Ayers Quartet, Woodstone Country Club, Pentley Holmes, Invertase Brewing and Ditch the Rain, The Wooden Match. 7pmChelsea Lyn Meyer Duo, Foundation Tavern, Doug Kaetz & From the Dark River/Uncle Smiley, Riverside Bar and Grill, Jean Navarr, Easton Wine Project, Shaun Lally, Tacos Y Tequila and Smooth Retsina Glow on The Valley Lives (on line show). 7:30pmChris London, Renegade Winery. 8pmThe Weekenders, Steel Stacks and Doyle & the Dudes, Funhouse Southside.

SATURDAY – NoonJabber Jaws BBQ featuring Jean Navarr. 1pm, Brian Kidd, Relax Nation. 4pmMarshall’s Highway, Weathered Vineyards. 6pmStray Seeds, Taylor House Brewing, Off the Road/Psych, Riverside, GT3-Jazz Standards, Seven Sirens Brewing and Shaun Lally, Copperhead Grill. 8pmBaBa, Funhouse Southside.

SUNDAY – Noon, Chelsea Lyn Meyer Band, Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson. 2pmStef & Mike, Blue Mountain Vineyards. 3pm Shaun Lally, McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub. 5:30pm, Billy T Trio, Seven Sirens Brewing. 8pmPublic Displays of Rejection, Funhouse Southside.

There’s plenty to see this Fourth of July Weekend so, pick your favorite artist or venue and get out and enjoy some live music. Take care of your servers and the musicians, buy some of their music if you can and enjoy the weekend. Keep the Lehigh Valley live music scene going strong.

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Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 6/25-6/28/20

One more day of “outdoor seating only” and we go to the green phase. The schedules are filling up and the music is hot. Find your favorite artists or see who your favorite venue has lined up for you this weekend and go support live, local music. If you are not included here and would like to be, simply let me know by Wednesday about your upcoming weekend. You can use the “contact us” form on the website, email me at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com or use Facebook messenger. Here’s what’s in store for the weekend.

THURSDAY – 5pmMark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, South Mall parking lot for Food Truck Thursday. 5:30pmJames Supra Trio at Olde Homestead Golf Club. 6pmMike Pilgermayer at Beltsville Bar and Grille.

FRIDAY – 5pmKendal Conrad, Mainland Grill. 5:30pm, Doug Kaetz & From the Dark River, The Wooden Match and John Cannavo, Olde Homestead Golf Club. 6pmCody Templeton Band, Hardball Cider, Kyle Yankowy, Union & Finch, Acoustic Bliss, The County Seat, Two Pints, The Shanty on 19th and Brian Kibler, Bishop Estates Winery. 6:30pmMark & Ralph Acoustic Duo, Weyerbacher Brewing Company and Jaycie & Michayla, The Iron Mule. 7pmWill Kiss U, The Funhouse Southside. 7:30pmKendal Conrad, Proper Brewing Company.

SATURDAY – NoonChelsea Lyn Meyer Band, Pocono Mt Harley-Davidson. 3pmNaked Jake, Hardball Cider. 6pmKendal Conrad, Markley Grill, Mike Pilgermayer, Taylor House Brewing and The Groove Merchants, The Wooden Match. 7pmDoyle & the Dudes, Hardball Cider and the Bandana Brothers, Camp Out at Pine Ridge. 8pm – Chelsea Lyn Meyer Band, Leather Corner Post and Mosey Beat, The Funhouse Southside.

SUNDAY – 9amSteve Walker, Jake’s Flea Market. 1pmMike Pilgermayer, Cherry Valley Vineyards and The Bobby Clark Band, Hardball Cider. 2pmKendal Conrad, A’Dello Winery. 3pmJohn Cannavo’s Open Jam, The Shanty on 19th. 6pmDoug Kaetz & From the Dark River, Rivals. 7pmJenny Founds, The Funhouse Southside.

We’ve been waiting a while for live music to return so, let’s get out and show them how much we missed them. Stay safe, tip your bartenders and servers, buy some local if you can and support the artists and the venues that make the live music scene what it is.

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Weekly Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – 6/18-6/21/20

It’s time to start planning your weekend as live, local music slowly makes a comeback in the Lehigh Valley. Remember, if you have upcoming shows, get your information to me by Wednesday evening and I’ll promote them right here. Use the “contact us” form on the website, Facebook messenger or email me at lvvoicesofthevalley@gmail.com. Most of these events are weather permitting, of course. Let’s show the local music scene we care.

TONIGHT – 4pm, Kendal Conrad at the Hamilton Kitchen and the Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo at Food Truck Thursday in the South Mall parking lot. 5pm, Shaun Lally at the Sun Inn Tavern and at 6pm, Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery

FRIDAY – Noon, Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo at Pocket Park. 6pm, Kendal Conrad at Bell Hall, The Moondogs at Seven Sirens Brewing Company and Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery. 6:30pm, Chuck Schubert at Easton Wine Project. 8pm, Michayla Marie & Jaycie Cuprill at One Ten Tavern.

SATURDAY – 1pm, Mike Pilgermayer at Tolino Vineyards. 3pm, The Chelsea Lyn Meyer Band at New Tripoli Hotel and Bill Medei & Andy Lang (open mic) at Bell Hall. 7pm, Pentley Holmes at Sette Luna and Deal at Pinnacle Ridge Winery. 8pm, Jaycie and Tyrone at the Pocono Pub. 10pm, Doyle and the Dudes at Porter’s Pub.

SUNDAY – 2pm, Erin Kelly at Tolino Vineyards, Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery and Pentley Holmes at Sorrenti Vineyards. 3pm, John Cannavo’s open jam at the Shanty on 19th and Chelsea Lyn Meyer at Woodstone Country Club.

Sunday also happens to be Worldwide Make Music Day, which falls on June 21 every year. Make Music Upper Perk will be celebrating their 8th year hosting this event. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, they are going all virtual this year. There will be live music from 7:30am through 11pm featuring many local artists. Live streams can be seen at the top of every hour on their Facebook page and recorded sets will be played on the half on YouTube. For more information and a complete line-up, visit https://www.facebook.com/MakeMusicUpperPerk/.