Join ArtsQuest for live performances from Pam Tills and more
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – ArtsQuest is excited to announce a variety of live musical performances will be hosted in the Musikfest Café presented by Yuengling. Tickets for ArtsQuest Members will go on sale Tuesday Sept. 20. Tickets for the public will go on sale Friday, Sept. 23 at steelstacks.org. For more exclusive ticket access and advance purchase opportunities, become an ArtsQuest Circle donor today.
Gather friends and family for Thanksgiving Eve and join us at the second annual Lehigh Valley Turkey Jam presented by The Groove Merchants and Trouble City all-Starts on Wednesday Nov. 23. The evening will be hosted by Kirk Griffiths and feature the best in Lehigh Valley art, music, and comedy. The night will encompass everything from a jazz cocktail hour with art, performances and collaborations by some of your favorite local bands. Performances by Clayton Reilly, Rich Jefferys and the Cosmic Ark, Trouble City All-Stars and The Groove Merchants will take place throughout the evening.
On Sunday, Dec. 11, Soultown to Motown featuring the Sensational Soul Cruisers Holiday Show will bring its harmonies, horns and energy to the Musikfest Café stage. The 11-man vocal focused soul group has been performing for 25 years along side the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Little Anthony and the Imperials, John Cafferty and Stevie Wonder.
On Wednesday, Dec. 14 Grammy and CMA award winner singer/songwriter Pam Tills will bring her love of music and beautiful voice her show Belles & Bows-Country Hits & Christmas Favorites at the Musikfest Café. Tillis started her music career in Nashville Tennessee joining her father Mel Tillis on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry at 8-years-old. She went on to take piano lessons and taught herself guitar by the age of 12. She has released 14 albums since her debut album Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey in 1983. Tillis is known for hits “All the Good Ones Are Gone”, “Same Old Train”, “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial”, and “Don’t Tell Me What to Do.”
The David Bromberg Quintet will perform in the Musikfest Café on Sunday, Dec. 18. American multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, Bromberg’s talents range from Bluegrass to County to rock and roll and of course the Blues. Since his debut album featuring songs co-written by George Harrison and Bob Dylan on harmonica, Bromberg has released 19 albums. His latest work, Big Road is a collection of a dozen songs in various styles and instruments. Bromberg is best known for songs “The Holdup”, Mr. Bojangles”, “Will Not Be Your Fool” and “The Joke’s on Me”.
Information provided to TVL by:
Kelley Andrade, ArtsQuest
Public Relations Coordinator