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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
The Infamous Stringduster’s upright bass player Travis Book is singing the song “Gravity” from their 2018 Grammy winning album “Laws of Gravity.” The Infamous Stringduster’s upright bass player Travis Book is singing the song “Gravity” from their 2018 Grammy winning album “Laws of Gravity.”
press photos by mark kirlinChris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters shows off his skill during the bands energetic set. press photos by mark kirlinChris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters shows off his skill during the bands energetic set.
Guitarist and singer Warren Regan of the indie rock band Ceramic Animal plays at the National Museum of Industrial History. Guitarist and singer Warren Regan of the indie rock band Ceramic Animal plays at the National Museum of Industrial History.
Castro Coleman, upper left, otherwise known as Mr. Sipp, plays the blues with his guitar and band at the Musikfest Café. Castro Coleman, upper left, otherwise known as Mr. Sipp, plays the blues with his guitar and band at the Musikfest Café.
Liz Hopkins caps off a powerful vocal during the band Delta Rae’s performance for a large crowd at Musikfest Café. Liz Hopkins caps off a powerful vocal during the band Delta Rae’s performance for a large crowd at Musikfest Café.
Brittany Holljes sings lead on a song by her band Delta Rae during the group’s set at Musikfest Café. Brittany Holljes sings lead on a song by her band Delta Rae during the group’s set at Musikfest Café.
Left: Chris Oatts of Chelsea Reed and the Fair Weather Five plays his alto saxophone. Left: Chris Oatts of Chelsea Reed and the Fair Weather Five plays his alto saxophone.
Four-part harmonies are performed by Brittany Holljes, Liz Hopkins, Eric Holljes and Ian Holljes of the American folk band Delta Rae Four-part harmonies are performed by Brittany Holljes, Liz Hopkins, Eric Holljes and Ian Holljes of the American folk band Delta Rae

SOUTHSIDE Rocked by arts and music festival

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by Mark Kirlin Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

ArtsQuest held its second annual Southside Arts & Music Festival presented by Capital BLUE April 20 and 21, featuring live music, visual arts and family programming. There were approximately 10 wristband shows per day at multiple locations such as Godfrey Daniels, National Museum of Industrial History, Lehigh Valley Charter HS for the Arts, Banana Factory and Musikfest Café at Steelstacks. The headline performers were 2018 Grammy winners The Infamous Stringdusters, Delta Rae and Dar Williams. There were 10 other free musical acts at locations such as Color Me Mine, Domaci, Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub and Sotto Santi. The festival also featured art programs such as interactive art projects for kids and adults held at the Banana Factory, Southside Collaborative Community Animation Blast, which allowed festival attendees to create short animation films, and many others. Additionally, The Redball Project, which is a large red ball that has been on display at more 25 cities worldwide, made an appearance.