Rich Howells

VIDEO: Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen – ‘Daydream’ and ‘My Door’

Opening up for Crobot on Friday, Aug. 22, Wilkes-Barre’s Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen gave the audience at The Factory: Underground in their hometown a taste of their upcoming album, “Black Skies and Starlight,” performing “Daydream” (seen above) and closing with “My Door” (below). The album is due out Oct. 7, with a release […]

 Rich Howells

The Moonshine officially renamed The Leonard, with opening planned for spring

The Moonshine officially renamed The Leonard, with opening planned for spring

With a nod to the building’s roots, the Scranton theater most recently known as The Moonshine has officially been renamed The Leonard after receiving the most votes during an event held there in the summer. On June 26, the American Advertising Federation hosted a “Mix at The Moonshine” in honor of new and returning board […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Family Animals – ‘Helicopter’ and ‘Space Monkey’

Opening up for Crobot on Friday, Aug. 22, Scranton’s Family Animals kicked things off at The Factory: Underground in Wilkes-Barre with a fun and funky set, including “Helicopter” (seen above) and “Space Monkey” (below). Performances by Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen and American Evil followed.

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A Social State finds a little piece of ‘Heaven’

A Social State finds a little piece of ‘Heaven’

Scranton indie rockers release new album tomorrow

he small bar at the corner of Penn Avenue and Linden Street in downtown Scranton is often this noisy, with bands playing well into the night, but tonight, The Keys has no patrons – just four guys playing their hearts out to an empty room, practicing for one of their biggest shows to date. It’s […]

 Rich Howells

PHOTOS: La Festa Italiana, Scranton, 08/30/14

PHOTOS: La Festa Italiana, Scranton, 08/30/14

If there’s one festival in Scranton that’s guaranteed to be a hit each and every year, it’s La Festa Italiana. The 39th annual event was packed shoulder to shoulder around Courthouse Square as we took in the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds, which included a lively set by Ray Massa’s EuroRhythms from Columbus, Ohio.

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Behind the Grey launch Indiegogo campaign to fund debut album

Behind the Grey launch Indiegogo campaign to fund debut album

Scranton metal band Behind the Grey started an Indiegogo campaign yesterday to fund their debut full-length album, offering some affordable perks to fans looking to help out. Aside from the usual MP3s, CDs, and signed merchandise, which range from $1 to $50, the band is asking $50 for a private lesson with any member, $100 […]

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Godsmack and Sherman Theater deal with fan Uproar over canceled performance

Godsmack and Sherman Theater deal with fan Uproar over canceled performance

Massachusetts hard rockers Godsmack canceled their headlining performance at the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival at Mount Airy Casino Resort on Saturday, and fans were not happy about it – particularly when other main stage acts played that night. The band cited “unforeseen production/technical issues with that stage itself” in a statement posted on their […]

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STREAMING: Blinded Passenger release title track from ‘The Electric’

STREAMING: Blinded Passenger release title track from ‘The Electric’

Formed in Scranton in 2006 by singer/songwriter Patrick McGlynn, Blinded Passenger has released a few EPs over the years and is finally ready to debut a full-length album, “The Electric,” this fall. In anticipation, the group – which features drummer Steve Werner, guitarist Stefan Ogonosky, and bassist Kevin Stone – released the title track from […]

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VIDEO: Watch the first 5 minutes of Lifetime’s ‘Saved by the Bell’ movie

Lifetime movies aren’t exactly known for their real-life accuracy, so it’s appropriate that the channel’s upcoming film, “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story,” is based on Dustin “Screech” Diamond’s “Behind the Bell,” a book he admits was largely fabricated. The movie version, which supposedly tells the true story behind the popular NBC teen sitcom […]

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VIDEO: Menzingers’ Greg Barnett plays ‘Where Your Heartache Exists’ acoustic

The Menzingers’ guitarist/vocalist Greg Barnett stripped down “Where Your Heartache Exists” for the “Punk Goes Acoustic” series on Exclaim! TV, which can be viewed above. The song is the fourth track on “Rented World,” the band’s latest album that was released back in April. For those unfamiliar with the original version, listen to it here: […]

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