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Dayton Does Dayton is a two-day musical showcase that features Dayton-based artists performing their own original material as well as covers of their favorite local artists' work.  Each evening features full bands as well as a songwriters in the round session.  Solo performer Janet Ogg and full band Winchester Grey, visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions and talked to Niki Dakota about the upcoming show.

Dayton Does Dayton is March 13th and 14th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Jordan Hull returns to the WYSO studios after relocating to Nashville to share new songs as well as some odes to his hometown in a live set on Excursions. 

Jordan Hull will perform as part of Dayton Does Dayton, March 13th and 14th, at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Warshful is one of over 30 performers participating in Dayton Does Dayton, a two-day musical showcase that features Dayton-based artists performing their own original material as well as covers of their favorite local artists' work.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions and talked to Niki Dakota about the upcoming show.

Dayton Does Dayton is March 13th and 14th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Comprised of former members of Towhee and other local bands, Forage has already released a debut album and is moving forward with more writing and recording as well as live gigs.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and spoke with Juliet Fromholt about their creative process.

Forage will perform on Record Store Day, April 18th, at Omega Music in Dayton.

Having recently performed on NBC's The Voice, local singer Jess Gallo is back in her hometown and visited the WYSO studios to perform with Seth Gilliam.  Gallo and Gilliam talked to WYSO Music Director Niki Dakota about their musical collaboration, upcoming gigs and more.

Jess Gallo will perform as part of Dayton Does Dayton, march 13 and 14th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Jennifer Taylor

Dayton Does Dayton is a two-day musical showcase that features Dayton-based artists performing their own original material as well as covers of their favorite local artists' work.  Each evening features full bands as well as a songwriters in the round session.  Full band DC Connection and songwriter Daniel White, visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions and talked to Niki Dakota about the upcoming show.

Dayton Does Dayton is March 13th and 14th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Jennifer Taylor

Dayton Does Dayton is a two-day musical showcase that features Dayton-based artists performing their own original material as well as covers of their favorite local artists' work.  Each evening features full bands as well as a songwriters in the round session.  Two of those performers, John Mullen and Mike Slone, visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions and talked to Niki Dakota about the upcoming show.

Dayton Does Dayton is March 13th and 14th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.

Since his last visit to the WYSO studios, Mack McKenzie has released is new album and started work on the next release.  He returned to Kaleidoscope with bandmates Scott Houchens and John Roby to share some acoustic songs and talk about working on new material and a very special upcoming live show.

Mack McKenzie will perform on March 7th at Oddbodies opening for Shooter Jennings and Waymore's Outlaws along with Jamie Suttle.

With a newly revamped lineup, Ole No. 9 is moving forward into 2015 with live shows and a new album in the works.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked to host Juliet Fromholt about their plans, progress on the album and a special upcoming gig.

Ole No. 9 will perform on February 27th at Canal Public House with Shrub and on March 14th at the Artists' Theatre in Fairborn. 

courtesy of Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

This winter, Dayton Opera will present a production of Dead Man Walking, an opera based on the book by Sister Helen Prejean.  Stage director Gary Briggle joined WYSO Music Director Niki Dakota in the studio to talk about the production.  They were also joined by mezz-soprano Amanda Fink, baritone Zachary Gordin and Dayton opera chorus master Jeff Powell, who previewed some selections from the show.

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