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Harlot gives advice to up-and-coming musicians
What’s In a Name?
Journey, Steve Miller Band set shows
Band profile: J2
The Great Party to host…a great party
Let’s Get Loud!
Say, You Want Some Revolution?
Wharfer: Scranton influences sound off in NYC
From NEPA to Nashville
In the Groove: Local party band offers up eclectic array of danceable covers
Dave Chaump started his training as a classical pianist at the tender age of seven and called Beethoven one of his biggest influences.
Coal barons: John Stanky and the Coal Miners continue to mine diamonds throughout NEPA
In an Igloo in Alaska, John Stanky was playing his accordion for a local Alaskan native. The man was frantic. Stanky asked the interpreter what was wrong.
Factoryville’s Joe Kopicki Band continues to play the music it loves
Area blues aficionados know Joe Kopicki. The Factoryville guitarist has been performing in the area for the past 25 years with the same enthusiasm he displayed as a young man.
Afflictions overcomes struggles, lineup changes as it establishes original sound
Through personal struggles and sacrifices, members of the band Afflictions fight every day to succeed in a profession many only view as a hobby.
Jam session: Progressive fusion band Rogue Chimp's sound never the same
Progressive fusion band Rogue Chimp draws on a wealth of musical knowledge and influences to create a unique blend of jazz fusion, dance and world music.
Reunited Dakota to release new album ‘The Long Road Home' in September
Scranton’s Without a Martyr evolves to express feelings through dark sound
Take a spin: Cover band Into the Spin appeals to multigenerational fan base
Sweet Pepper and the Long Hots maintains quality sound through changes
Empire in Decline brings together former bandmates for new approach to rock
Class act: Black Tie Stereo displays professionalism and hard work as it releases first EP
Grassroots music: Louie Setzer & the Appalachian Mountain Boys play for the love of bluegrass
Unique vision: Scranton band Eye on Attraction puts together an eclectic repertoire
Veteran musicians crafting distinctive sound in new band
Nineties nostalgia: Cover band delivers a decade’s worth of hits to local audiences
Light Weight gains traction as cover band
Local cover band FullCircle devotes itself to giving fans a good time
Abstract Peoples’ hip-hop links band to audience
Ostrich Hat features medleys of pop tunes to keep customers satisfied
Uptown, down home: Tommy Guns Band merges country music with high-energy rock
Young at heart: The Obscuse stays independent in musical style and approach to life
Nicole Rasmus recreates Patsy Cline's legendary performances and persona
Celtic crooners: Scranton-based Irish Balladeers mix modern tunes with folk music of Emerald Isle
Ashleys Attik's setlist of '80s covers keeps area crowds dancing
Blasts from the past: Wilkes-Barre band Outta the Blue pays tribute to classic rock bands
Country with an edge: Luzerne County-based Iron Cowboy embraces southern rock sound
Marilyn Kennedy draws on years of experience, huge repertoire to please audiences
Alternative energy: Tunkhannock band LondonForce cranks out unconventional musical show
Instrumental to success: Wilkes-Barre's Empire of the Sea channels emotions into soundscapes
Slow burn: Founded in 2008, A Fire With Friends celebrates release of third EP
Diggin' deep: Crimson Tears focuses on classic, album rock era
Feelin' blues: Lee Delray Band will represent region's blues bands in national competition
Presbybop Christmas Eve band delivers favorite tunes with a jazz twist
Sister Esther plays eclectic mix of covers
Opposites attract: Luzerne County duo Harlot brings together divergent music genres
One-two punch: Pair of longtime friends create acoustic sound of versatile 2 for Flinchin'
Brothers and childhood friends meld into Zayre Mountain
Scranton-based Tigers Jaw strives to keep local music alive for young audiences
Dynamic duo: Pair began singing, playing together at North Pocono High School
Dance to the music: Versatile Group du Jour embraces resorts and private parties
Local metal act Threatpoint ready to take on world
Those Clever Foxes forms in friendship and finds success in spotlight
Back in Tyme: Cover band sticks to '70s, '80s hits
Future in sight: Scranton's Blinded Passenger prepares to release first full-length album
Glitz works: Bad Hair Day recreates '80s hair metal music for appreciative crowds
Local band focuses on Beatles' songs
Metal is forever: Beyond Fallen readies new album
Collaborative effort: Wilkes-Barre singer-songwriter plays well with others
Luzerne County's Handsome Devils relies on originality to establish niche as cover band
Invisible Swordsmen hone skills on covers en route to producing original songs
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