If you’ve yearned to see and hear songs from that stack of 45’s you played the grooves out of you have found the right band. Lovelace, the Seventies Band, is purely and simply a tribute to the music, style and performers that wove the tapestry of 1970’s music.
Music critics argue that the Seventies represented the most adventurous period of rock and roll. From bubble gum pop, soft AM/Jam classics, Funk, Disco, Album Oriented Rock, to the flat-out bombast of Heavy Rock, the Seventies were alive with iconic music from legendary performers. The era harkens the heart of the listener back to summer nights listening to the radio, albums with great cover art, roller skating rinks, high school dances, great movie soundtracks, nightclubs, and unforgettable rock concerts.
Lovelace at Temple Fire Company Ballroom
Lovelace the Seventies Band in the Ballroom after the Temple Fair.
Lovelace at Tom N Jerry's Sports Pub
Lovelace returns to Tom N Jerry's Sports Pub!
Lovelace at the West Reading Craft Pretzel & Beer Fest
The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the 500, 600 and 700 blocks of Penn Avenue. The festival itself is free, but the beer tasting costs $35. The beer tasting will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. in the 500 block. (UPDATE: The beer-tasting is now sold out; there is waitlist, and volunteers are being sought to help pour beer from 12:30 to 4 p.m. here)
Twenty-three breweries are scheduled to attend, including West Reading's own Broken Chair and Chatty Monks. Other breweries include Saucony Creek, 1787, Stoudts, St. Boniface, Troegs and Free Will. Each brewery will have two beers available.
The festival is open to all ages, but, obviously, you must be at least 21 to take part in the beer tasting.
Mia’s 1st Mismatched Sock Hop for Down Syndrome Awareness
Benefit For Down Syndrome Come celebrate with Mia for our first Mismatched Sock Hop for Down Syndrome Awareness.
Lovelace at Reading Fire & Ice Festival
Lovelace at Central Beneficial
$3.00 cover for non-members.
Private Party!! Audra & Kerin's 50th Birthday Party