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  • Lehigh Valley arts news

    STEELSTACKS JAZZ BAND SHOWCASE WINNERS Following three rounds of competition, North Penn High School was named the winner of the 2015 SteelStacks High School Jazz Band Showcase. The band, directed by David DiValentino, won an opening slot for the...
  • Percy Sledge, who sang 'When a Man Loves a Woman,' dies

    Percy Sledge, who sang 'When a Man Loves a Woman,' dies
    Percy Sledge, who soared from part-time singer and hospital orderly to lasting fame with his aching, forlorn performance on the classic "When a Man Loves a Woman," died Tuesday in Louisiana. He was 74. His family said in a statement released through his...
  • Elgin Symphony presenting jazz show with Blues Bros. sax man Lou Marini

    The Elgin Symphony Orchestra next month will be presenting its first jazz concert, which will feature a musician who played with the Blues Brothers and other big acts. The concert will feature Mark Bettcher and his Reunion Jazz Ensemble along with...
  • REVIEW: All Time Low at Sands Bethlehem Event Center gives Top 10 reasons for its success

    REVIEW: All Time Low at Sands Bethlehem Event Center gives Top 10 reasons for its success
    The fact that Baltimore pop-punk band All Time Low is still around after a dozen years in a genre in which career span is ephemeral is impressive enough. The fact that its new album “Future Hearts” debuted this week at No. 2, the band’...
  • A spotlight on songwriting

    A spotlight on songwriting
    They wrote hits for other artists. They composed and performed their own material. They sold millions of records. And no one knew them. Songwriters who write catchy pop, rock and country hits are usually unidentified when a famous performer...
  • The enduring charm of 'The Sound of Music'

    The enduring charm of 'The Sound of Music'
     "The Sound of Music" will be on movie screens across the nation on Sunday night, celebrating the 50th anniversary of that landmark musical.  In Hampton Roads, it will be screened at Hampton Towne Center 24, Paragon City Center 12 in Newport News, Movie...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Through Saturday, April 18 Exhibit: Feast for the Eyes Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Barry Seidman's new fine art photography series, Feast for the Eyes, will be on display. Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave., Lake...
  • Music Box: For Lyndsey Highlander, performing is a natural high

    Music Box: For Lyndsey Highlander, performing is a natural high
    Virginia country singer Lyndsey Highlander grew up on the Chickahominy River, where John Smith searched for a Pacific passage and instead ran into the lovely young Pocahontas. Lyndsey has taken her turns on the road traveling with influential acts...
  • 'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path

    'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path
    Anointed with a fresh sprinkling of pixie dust, the Harvey Weinstein-produced musical "Finding Neverland" bowed on Broadway this week after spending nearly five years — and about $20 million — in the making. Based on the 2004 film starring...
  • Long-lasting folk rock duo still keeps it fresh

    Indigo Girls began with the simple formula of two guitars and two voices. The folk rock duo gradually added percussion and other elements without ever abandoning the music's organic feel. When Emily Saliers and Amy Ray come to the Ferguson Center in...
  • Russian guests ride to a triumph with Russian repertory at CSO

     Russian guests ride to a triumph with Russian repertory at CSO
    You could hardly find greater musical contrasts in Russian symphonic music than in the two works that make up the first program of Semyon Bychkov's two-week spring residency with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Both Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 1...