Henry Devorick ’20, an audio & music production and music double major, was named VALE Artist of the Year becoming just the third artist to receive a contract with VALE Music Group, the College’s student-run record label. As VALE’s newest artist, Devorick opened for We The Kings during ValleyFest and release an EP, Nelson’s Umbrella, during VALE’s Spring Festival.
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The 14th Annual VALE Media Industries Conference, which brings professionals from the music and digital communications industries to campus, will be held Nov. 18. Attendees experience the ins-and-outs of both industries, while having the opportunity to learn directly from current members. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite for the event. Admission is free for LVC students and $15 for non-LVC students. Also, come out to our crawl in historic Annville for a night of live music at multiple venues!
In addition, VALE is hosting its inaugural video contest during the conference through Without A Box, which is for student film makers or short makers from all over. Visit here to submit your video and please note there is a $10 submission fee.
Sam Machin ’19, early childhood education and business administration, performed “Good Morning Sunshine” live during WHTM TV 27’s Good Day PA show July 17. Sam performed with the Anthony Pieruccini Trio, which has two LVC students as members, to promote her newly released EP, “In the Stars.” In February, Sam was signed to LVC’s student-run VALE records and the student-run VALE produced and promoted Sam’s album.
Jeff Snyder, professor of music, director of music business, and director of the VALE music group, wrote an opinion piece, “Untimely Death: Still a Great Career Move,” that was published on Newsweek’s website June 17. Professor Snyder highlighted numerous instances in which a noted performer’s music sales increased, often significantly, after their deaths.