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In the beginning was a broad vision. A regional TV producer (Don Hunt), a photographer with an interest in music (Tony Morrow) and a musician with business sense (David Sestak) came together with a plan: to professionalize band representation and promotion in way not done before in the midst of a whole new music evolution brought on by the Woodstock generation. Thus, Media Five was born in August of 1970. That vision evolved from booking and promoting bands to include artist management and concert promotion featuring national acts.

This is only a partial selection of the bands Media Five booked that have been found to date. If you were in a band booked by Media Five in this decade and not listed below, please contact us at archive@mediafiveent.com.

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Barnaby Plum
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Barnaby Plum debuted at the Hearth in Bartonsville PA. At the time, they were a contemporary rock band. Later on, their sound changed to contain more elements of Classic Rock...
Belleau Wood
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Big City Music Band
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April 24, 1970, Koehler Field House East Stroudsburg State College (Opened for Steve Miller Band)
December 30, 1971, Boyd Theatre, Easton PA (Opened for Sha Na Na)
Big Deal
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Big Top
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Black Fawn Forest
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Bob-Shoo Bop Revive
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Brand X
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Button
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Capney
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Captain Flagg
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Chameleon
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Chameleon was originally a five piece founded by Tom Bluder, Steve Cruz, Tass Tilipos, Jack Krupicka, and Ed Willey. Influenced by the changing tides of the early 70's their musical style ever so funkily evolved to become a mixture of jazz fusion and funk. A major blow to the band's early success was dealt as a result of several thousands of dollars worth of equipment being stolen from the band's van, leading to several personnel changes.
Christian
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Chunky
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Clue
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Daddy Licks
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Daddy Licks was one of the most popular bands in the Lehigh Valley during the 70s and 80s. Their high energy shows and musical talent were unmatched!
Daybreak
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Dead End Kids
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Easton and the Grease Lightning Boys
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Equinox
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The Lehigh Valley based Equinox fused popular funk music with dynamic visuals, captivating audiences anywhere they played.
Faith
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Fiasco
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Fiasco was a short-lived yet well-received band from the 1970s. They were an 8-piece rock horn band and their sound was reminiscent of the bands Chicago, Blood Sweat and Tears, and Edgar Winter Band. During the time they were active, the band opened for the likes of Santana as well as the James Gang...
Fraulein
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Full Moon
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Full Moon was a hard rock band formed by brothers John and Joseph Fischer in 1974. Eventually adding Joe Wilhelm and Alan Hetzel, the band survived until 1984. Full Moon was largely influenced by many artists of ranging genres, including 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd (the band was known for their cover of "Free Bird"), UFO, Thin Lizzy, and Molly Hatchet. The band is known for their distinctive use of harmony lead guitars produced by what they called "Les Paul through Marshall Amps setup". Some of their better known songs include: "Sergeant at Arms", "Night Calls", "Every Man", and "Winter City".
Fuzzy Bunny
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This Allentown, PA based Soul and R&B band fronted by Mook Stanton and Emmitt Harris was one of the most popular dance bands in the region playing top night clubs, colleges and high school shows. They were championed by Philadelphia DJ Jerry Blavat who had them appear several times on his nationally syndicated TV show with guests like Sammy Davis Jr and the late Philadelphia weatherman Jim O'Brien. They recorded and released several singles including "Hey Baby," that were very popular regionally.
Gandalf
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Gandalf was a rock band from the Lehigh Valley that traveled extensively in the 1980's. Gandalf was the most travelled group in the Lehigh Valley, playing in 5 countries and over 1,000 cities.
Goldilocks
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Grimie Gus And The Super Greasers
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Hybrid Ice
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Known for being the first rock band to play the Bloomsburg Fair, Hybrid Ice was a rock mainstay for over thirteen years!
Infineon
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Inspiration
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Jay & the Techniques
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Jay & the Techniques formed in 1965 under the Mercury Records label. They were one of the first integrated pop groups of their time. They achieved two gold hit records in the 1960s with their songs "Apple, Peaches Pumpkin Pie" and "Keep the Ball Rollin'"
Jet Mule
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Joe's Bar & Grill
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Johnny's Dance Band
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Johnny's Dance Band was a 70s group with a very eclectic style. The band formed in 1969 with original members Johnny Jackson, Chris Darway, and Paul Messing from Philadelphia College of Art and Tony Juliano from Temple University.
Kilo
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L.A. Murphy
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Leer Bros. Band
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The Leer Brothers Band was made up of former members of Mel Wynn & The Rhythm Aces, The Rhythm Blues, North American Bear, and others. The Wilkes Barre-Scranton-Hazleton area had as much talent as it had anthracite. The Leer Brothers Band played all over PA, NY, and NJ with occasional forays into OH, VA and WV. They played clubs, colleges, high schools, concerts, proms, dances, frat /sorority parties and formals from 1969 to 1983. They also made records for Intrepid, Mercury and Buddah.
Lehigh Valley Rock & Roll
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Libra
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Ludlow
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Madison
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Magic
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Magnum
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Magnum is a rock group from Allentown, PA that was founded in 1978 by Steve Weiss and Lonnie Warner. This band is currently active and available for reunion concerts.
Mammoth Wail
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Market
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Maxwell
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Maxwell is a mix of Soul, R&B, and Funk music. The band debuted at the American Legion in Columbia, PA in 1972. During their time as Maxwell, the garnered much success with their number 1 hit, "Radiation Funk" and opened for big names such as the Temptations, Village People, and the Spinners...
Mingo
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Oasis
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Oz
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Penelope
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Perpetual Care
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Pickins
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Ralph
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Rampage
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Reign of Iron
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Ricky and the Rockets
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RITZ
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Rockit Boulevard
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Samson
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Shabaz'
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Shenandoah
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Sheriff Jones
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Smoke
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Snicker
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Sniper
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Snow
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Sons of Robin Stone
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Star
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Starship
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T. Roth and Another Pretty Face
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T. Roth and Another Pretty Face was founded by lead singer and songwriter Terry Roth in New York in the early 1970s. One of the original band members was Bon Jovi drummer Tico Torres.
The Bad Boys
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The Buoys
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1971, Blue Valley Farm Show, Blue Valley PA
The Dooley Invention
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The Dooley Invention was a rock group from the late 60s, early 70s. They were based out of Allentown and consisted of members Steve Molchany on vocals, Dave Wagner on bass, and Wayne Achey on drums. Richie Kerecz (lead guitar). Amo Borsetti later joined the group to play on organ.
The Dukes
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The Grease Band
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The High Keys
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Born out of Johnny and the High Keys, the band continued into the 70s, remaining a fan favorite! The band eventually dropped "The High" of "The High Keys" and remained KEYS.
The Humble Gathering
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The Jesse Flowers Band
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The Keates Sisters N' Smile
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The Street People
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The Turner Bros. Band
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Turner Bros band was founded in 1973 and performed in the eastern Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey and Eastern Maryland. Their crisp funky sound and clean harmonies combining the best of rock, pop and soul entertained crowds until 1977.
The Young Ideas
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Thea and Company
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Tojam
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Town Line Road
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Trixx
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Trolley
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Trust
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Two Fold
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Tyrant
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Union Pacific Rock
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Uproar
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Uproar, based out of Bethlehem, PA, was one of the Lehigh Valley's most notable bands of the mid-sixties and beyond.
Wham!
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Wildfire
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Wind
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Zeus
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