They're a rock band from Bethlehem, and they've shared the stage with Bon Jovi, 3 Doors Down, Collective Soul, and more!
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The Peter and Will Anderson Trio is made up of twin brothers and a guitarist. The New York based musicians are bringing their jazz music to Miller Symphony Hall's Jazz Upstairs series. On Music Monday, they told WFMZ's Jaciel Cordoba their music career was sparked by their love of a cookie…
Don Braden is a New York based jazz saxophonist who composes music and educates teens about the finer points of the genre. He's performing once again at Miller Symphony Hall, and joined WFMZ's Jaciel Cordoba on 69 News at Sunrise for an edition of Music Monday.
They're a little bit heart and soul, and a little bit rock and roll. Call them what you want, but Banchi is a band that doesn't want to be typecast. They performed for the first time on 69 News at Sunrise for Music Monday.
Fans love the Irish folk band Fig for a Kiss for their blend of Celtic and contemporary influences. The Lehigh Valley based group shared a couple of songs for Music Monday on 69 News at Sunrise.
Frank Porter and Doug Yingling have created an exciting new specialty duo that calls for a generous portion of classic rock, with blues and southern rock mixed in.
He's a local musician who performs all over the region, and his band is really making a name for themselves, performing at places like Xfinity LIVE, in front of more than two thousand people, for Phillies Opening Day.
They come from different music backgrounds, but they blend together well to make a special alternative-soul sound. Acoustic Pursuit, based in Bethlehem, performed on Music Monday on 69 News at Sunrise..
Tshila (pronounced chee-LAH) is an award-winning international singer-songwriter who sends a message with her music. She talked about her new recording "World in Crisis" and the issues that mean most to her on Music Monday with WFMZ's Jaciel Cordoba.