Author: Joe Amabile


This Student music group makes some noise Assembled in early 2016, Project 3² is a student youth music group from the Lehigh Valley under the instruction of Robert Sedlock III. The band has members ranging in age from 8-16, who perform with standard rock band instrumentation, in addition to a horn section, violin and bagpipes. Despite their young ages, Project 3² plays a variety of classic rock songs from AC/DC, Guns N’ Roses, Journey and Blondie, as well as current pop and rock songs from Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Imagine Dragons and AWOLNation. They have played such events as...

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SYMETRIA takes on Metal – Featured Band Based out of Flemington NJ, Symetria set out to create new metal with the old school feel, energy and excitement.  They want to reach out and tug on the heartstrings that made you fall in love with hard rock and metal.  Symetria says “We believe the world is hungry for something that resonates back to there youth and excites them the way they were 25 years ago when they first discovered heavy music.”  Grab their attention with a sound that they remember, and then blow there minds with something they haven’t heard yet. Taking that feeling to the stage Symetria does not fail to deliver. The current line up is: Vince Santonastaso – Vocals Kevin Cust   – Guitars James Soto   – Guitars Blair Smith    – Drums Fernando Carerra – Bass   The metal quintet takes the stage and pours their energy into all that they have. Leaving nothing on the table. If you are looking for some great metal/hard rock check these guys out. You can catch them at the ” Toys for tots ” event here are the details : Novermber 18th, Sokol hall  452 Lehigh Ave, Palmerton PA. Doors 12:00 8 Bands All Ages, BYOB, $2.00 cover, or new unwrapped toy 12 & under free Santa for the kids 50/50 Chinese auction Bands in order of appearancce: Wicked Beaver Blind Choice Deprived...

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PAY IT FORWARD FOR FAMILIES IN NEED..THE ANDERSONS need YOUR HELP! Holidays can be a happy time but for some famlies this is the roughest time of the year. A NJ not for profit organization is out to change all of that. ” The Andersons meet the need ” is out to change that but they need your help. Helping families in PA and NJ they are looking for those that can give for the thanksgiving holiday. Looking to help those in need by having others adopt a family by giving a basket or giving monitarily. Reggie Andereson and...

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PEDDLERS VILLAGE APPLE FESTIVAL – NOV 4th-5th   11/04/2017 – 11/05/2017 Celebrate Apple Season in Bucks County with a weekend of family fun at the Peddler’s Village 44th Annual Apple Festival on Saturday, November 4, and Sunday, November 5, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Peddler’s Village Shops are open until 8 p.m. on Saturday. This outdoor event is held rain or shine. Admission and most parking spaces are free. All attractions and food are pay as you go. It’s all about our local Bucks County-grown apples! Bechdolt’s Orchards of Bucks County and the Peddler’s Village General Store are expanding the variety of...

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