I've been following this guy's career since he first picked up a guitar, granted that's an oft used journalistic ploy, and it's usually fabricated. In this particular application, it couldn't be truer. If I dwell to deeply on it, I start to feel a bit aged. One very significant aspect of this Blues magic that guitarist extraordinaire Eric Jerardi weaves so well is its/his sense of timelessness.
Telephone Magazine, a biweekly local arts and culture magazine, will celebrate its first anniversary on March 29th. Magazine staff and community members will mark the event with a night of art and music at the Old Yellow Cab building in downtown Dayton. Telephone publisher Brian Johnston and musicians Yheti and Grand Mammoth visited the WYSO studios ahead of the event and spoke with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about the magazine's first year and the upcoming celebration.
Daniel Dye, Carrie Miller, Andrew Miller and Thomas Miller, known collectively as Daniel Dye & The Miller Road recently completed Blinded Again, a new full length album incorporates newer material as well many songs the band has been performing live for years. The band returned to the WYSO studios for live set on Kaleidoscope and spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about the recording process, upcoming live performances and the band's ever evolving musical process.
Singer, songwriter, and poet Circe Link came by WYSO with her producer and guitarist Christian Nesmith before playing a concert at the SRS rehearsal stage out in Dayton. Circe and Christian discuss their beginnings in Los Angeles, how they met, the joys of house concerts, and a whole lot more. They also play three fantastic songs for us. Tune in below!