Singer-songwriter Alex Stanilla has released his new retro-pop track “Savior,” inspired by a psychedelic dream and out today.
Lebanon is unexpectedly turning into a hub for ambient rock music, with bands like Phase Materia, Soporus, and Cave Paint, led by Travis Shirk, setting the stage for this evolving musical landscape.
Most working local musicians have day jobs. And some grumble about them, wishing they could make a living doing what they really love. Annville’s Ffej Herb, though, has the best of both worlds.
The St. James Players are preparing a new theater space inside the Lebanon Valley Mall.
Cedar Crest grad Will Stichter is nominated as art director for Best Recording Packaging for “Divers,” the album he and longtime friend Matt Stone (a Mt. Gretna native and 1996 Cedar Crest graduate) released last year as their ambient/experimental band Soporus.
Lebanon native, local teacher, and rapper Jordan Bleyer, who’s been performing and touring as Michael Wavves for several years, discusses self-doubt, career goals, and the mood of the current moment.
Registration has just opened for this year’s event, slated for Sunday, Oct. 4.
“Together, We Did It!” will feature uplifting COVID-19 spots submitted by members of the community.
A virtual version of the empowering program “Girls on the Run” is in place so these up-and-coming runners don’t lose a step.
The 22-year-old artist is the new face of Vanity Fair’s “Universal Design and Inclusion Program,” aimed at hiring workers with disabilities.
Myerstown-born Phase Materia makes pop music in the tradition of artists like Donovan, the Beatles, and T. Rex – very evocative of the ’60s.
Girls on the Run is helping young girls become active while teaching them valuable life skills.
A pioneering Lebanon County musician who overcame great loss to become a bandleader of wide local renown will be honored at an upcoming concert by the Washington Band of Annville.
At the Lebanon Area Fair, music plays a central role.