2013 Concert Series
All shows start at 8pm (doors at 7:30) - unless otherwise noted
Unless specifically listed as a sold out show we will have tickets available at the door the night of the show. We do not charge you any extra for waiting to buy your tickets at the door.
All tickets that are purchased online are held at the door and will be available at the "Will Call" table the night of the show at The Macungie Arts Institute, 510 East Main St, Macungie, PA.
To mail checks for tickets or any other correspondence, please send inquiries to:
Listen Live Music
PO Box 50
Old Zionsville, PA 18068
November 23, 2013
Bringing Nashville North-
Writers in the Round
Doors 7:30 $10
Four stellar songwriters set up in the center of the room with cafe' style seating around them, facing each other, exchanging stories and tunes. Configured just like The Bluebird Cafe' in Nashville, TN. 2013's "Artist in Residence" who will host each of the four installments of the series this year is Mike Holliday. Mike is a singer, songwriter, radio DJ and music promoter. Mike supports live music like no other with a weekly email and announcements on his radio shows. Joining him in November will be award winning Canadian singer/songwriter Linda McRae, local folk diva JoAnn Morrell and talented crooner Turner Adams.
December 14, 2013
The Grand Slambovians
"A Very Slambovian Christmas"
Doors 7:30 $27.50
The Grand Slambovians emerged from the misty hills of Sleepy Hollow, New York and exploded upon the Hudson Valley music scene with their stunning self-produced debut release,A Good Thief Tips His HatThe quirky quartet then began touring throughout the northeast and rapidly developed a fiercely loyal, all-ages following: “Simply one of the finest American bands according to All Music Guide.
The Grand Slambovians have been called “the hillbilly Pink Floyd,” which is an apt description, particularly if you throw in elements of Incredible String Band, Neil Young, The Band, Dylan, and maybe even some Tom Petty as well. Upon returning recently from the U.K. where they spread their contagious brand of quirky Americana from Glasgow to Penzance, the band completed work on their fourth studio album, 2012′s “The Grand Slambovians.”
"Simply one of the finest American bands...."
-All Music Guide
"Like a snowball full of heart and unabashed beauty, this band rolls over you; laying us out with songs of frightened hope and resistant joy. "
"Mightily impressive and hugely original... 'tis truly an epic soundtrack."
- Maverick Magazine - UK
"wonderful surprise - great songs and a whole lotta heart."
- Meg Griffin, Sirius-XM Radio
"A delicious mix - psychedelic boho slacker rock with heavy overtones delivered with understated, trippy geniality that's uplifting, soothing and bewitching as a snake oil tonic." - The Big Issue, Scotland, U.K.
LLM and LLM and The Trapp Door have partnered up to bring you
Date Night! Dinner and a Show!!!
When coming to any LLM event, may we suggest making your evening complete by making it Dinner and Show! We will discount your concert tickets 10% at the door if you do! Just two miles down the road from the venue, this fabulous gastropub has an amazing beer list (tap, cask and bottle) and a well crafted 90% farm to table seasonal menu.
Call The Trapp Door at 610-965-5225 to make your dinner reservation.
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We have one community open mic and one national act concert per month at our home base. Other events like festivals, community days and farmers markets are also possible.
Events are held at the beautifully renovated mid 1800's Macungie Institute at 510 East Main Street, Macungie PA. Please note, this is not our mailing address. Great room, comfy chairs, pro sound system, nice stage, great talent....join us to play or listen.
Listen Live Music, Inc. is a non-profit community music organization. This corporation of volunteers fosters artists and audiences alike, providing a stage on which to perform and affordable shows close to home for the appreciating public to enjoy. Through a series of concerts and community open mics, we are dedicated to promoting public awareness and appreciation of both local and national acoustic performers.
Come hear what the buzz is about!
This series is made possible in part by grants from the Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation, UnitedHealthcare Giving and Wells Fargo Community Support