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Sounscapes Concert Series

Announcing a new concert series:        S O U N D S C A P E S

The Official Web Page for SOUNDSCAPES is 

For the inaugural event of the Soundscapes Concert Series, Orbital Decay 
appear in concert at the City of Bethlehem's IceHouse on Sand Island.   
in historic Bethlehem, the IceHouse is a wonderful venue for a concert of
spacemusic.  This concert will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2002, 
at 8:00 pm.  The doors will open at 7:30 pm and Chef Jeff will cater a free
buffet dinner.  Tickets at the door will be $10.  A $2 discount will be 
for students with ID card and for members of WMUH and WDIY who show their
membership card.  This is an all ages show.  Advance tickets will be $8 (no
discounts), available at the Compact Disc Center located at 1365 Easton 
near Linden St. in Bethlehem.

Orbital Decay consists of electric guitarist Tim Richardson and synthesist 
Furber of Quakertown, Pennsylvania.   Originally founded in 1979, the year 
Skylab's orbit decayed, causing a firey return to Earth, the band is 
by the likes of Tangerine Dream, Klaus Shulze, and Pink Floyd.   Terry and 
create improvisational electronic space music with the energy of the fusion
styles of the '70s.   This means that Orbital Decay charts unexplored 
of sound and mood.

Orbital Decay has three self-released CDR albums featuring their prolific 
jam sessions. These CDRs were featured on EMUSIC in December, 2001, as 
part of
the Special Focus on Orbital Decay.  On December 27th, Orbital Decay 
performed a
live, in-studio concert during EMUSIC on WDIY.  They also performed on 
Star's End in Philadelphia last August.  Listen to EMUSIC for more music 
Orbital Decay.

Directions to the IceHouse and information about the concert can be found 

For more information about Bethlehem, please visit 
http://www.bethtour.org/ For
more information about the Lehigh Valley (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and
vicinity), please visit http://www.lehighvalleypa.org/index.html

Please forward this message to anyone who you think will be interested.

Best regards,

Bill        billfox@fast.net           http://wdiyfm.org/programs/emusic
Host of EMUSIC, an electronic, ambient, and space music show.  Thursdays at
11 pm on WDIY 88.1 FM, Allentown and Bethlehem and 93.9 FM in Easton and
Phillipsburg.  Email me if you wish to submit music for airplay