Rich Howells

VIDEO: FANtom Fest 2014 promo

Infect Scranton and the Mr. Hush Weekend of Fear have passed, but there’s still one more horror movie convention coming to NEPA before Halloween. FANtom Fest is a brand new con to be held at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center in downtown Scranton Oct. 3-5. As the name suggests, the event is tailor-made for […]

 Rich Howells

Kickstart this zombie-themed music video and become one of the undead

Kickstart this zombie-themed music video and become one of the undead

With Halloween just over a month away, there are plenty of reasons to dress up like a zombie, but the best reason to do so in NEPA may just be on Saturday, Oct. 25. One of A Social State’s biggest fans, Chantel Mitchell, created a Kickstarter campaign to fund a zombie-themed music video for the […]

 Rich Howells

PHOTOS: The faces of the blues by NEPA photographer Jim Gavenus

PHOTOS: The faces of the blues by NEPA photographer Jim Gavenus

“The Faces and Voices of The Blues III” at Scranton’s historic Tripp House is right around the corner, so NEPA Scene is giving readers an exclusive look at the faces of the artists they’ll be seeing, courtesy of PocoNotes and photographer Jim Gavenus. Held Oct. 4-5, the event will feature Gavenus’ work and a photography […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Behind the Grey – ‘Learning to Breathe’

Ken Jones Imagery released an unofficial music video yesterday for Behind the Grey‘s new single “Learning to Breathe” that has been endorsed by the group. The one-camera shoot is from a recent performance at The Factory: Underground in Wilkes-Barre. The Scranton metal band is in the midst of an Indiegogo campaign to fund their debut […]

 Rich Howells

If rock is dead, then Dustin Douglas is here to resurrect it

If rock is dead, then Dustin Douglas is here to resurrect it

Dustin Douglas and the Electric Gentlemen are ready to release debut album 'Black Skies and Starlight'

ustin Douglas exudes classic rock ‘n’ roll cool. It’s in his denim jacket, black leather boots, low-hanging necklaces, slick hair, 5 o’clock shadow, and devil-may-care swagger as he strolls in and sits back for an interview. The explanation is simple. “When my mom was pregnant with me, my dad would hold up headphones to her […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO PREMIERE: New Threatpoint music and live footage in CD release show promo

What kind of chaos will you be in for if you attend Threatpoint‘s CD release party on Friday, Oct. 3? This video, created by Ken Jones Imagery, will prep you for a night of unrelenting brutality. The Scranton-based groove metal group is unleashing their second album, “Careful What You Wish For,” at the New Bar […]

 Rich Howells

Getting to know Jack Woodbridge

Getting to know Jack Woodbridge

Scranton singer/songwriter opens up about his multiple musical personalities

ven after about three decades in the business, three solo albums, and countless performances from here to New York City, we’re still getting to know Jack Woodbridge. Actually, he’s still figuring out who he is as well. Releasing a new album called “You Don’t Know Jack” last Sunday at Duffy’s Coffee House in Clarks Summit, […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO PREMIERE: Jack Woodbridge – ‘It’s All in His Head’

Scranton singer/songwriter Jack Woodbridge just released his third album, “You Don’t Know Jack,” and we’ve got the exclusive online premiere of the music video for his first single, “It’s All in His Head.” The video, starring Jimmy Reynolds, Steven Beautz, Jonathan Chesnick, Amanda Yitkakovitch, Colleen Reynolds, Victoria Orazi, and Susan Kitcho, was filmed in Scranton […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Minus Fields – ‘Andro’

Minus Fields premiered their first-ever music video on Sept. 17 for “Andro,” featuring animation and direction by Kyle Rebar. The track comes from the Scranton-based trio’s five-song EP, “Ceramic,” which was released earlier this month. Minus Fields features Chris Genovese on bass, Jarett Schnessel on drums, and Michael Lambert on guitar and vocals. The hard […]

 Rich Howells

‘A Behanding’ in Scranton

‘A Behanding’ in Scranton

Diva Productions at the Olde Brick Theatre takes a risk with a twisted dark comedy

asey Thomas is greeting acting students as they come in the door of the Olde Brick Theatre in Scranton on Wednesday night for a preview of his latest production, but he stops short of shaking hands – they’re covered in spray paint from all the prop hands this play requires. As if this wasn’t evidence […]

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