Former Democratic Congressman Tony Hall was in Dayton today to promote awareness for the hungry. He's been fasting for 18 days, drinking water and some juice and he plans to continue the fast until the end of next week. Hall said he's fasting for three reasons. One is to remind Americans about the hunger issues in the country and to urge people to action, or what he calls a circle of protection. The third reason was political.
We conclude our Record Store Day 2011 coverage by talking to Josh Castleberry of Toxic Beauty Records in Yellow Springs. Castleberry discusses being a lifelong record collector and what inspired him to open his own record store as well as Toxic Beauty's plans for celebrating Record Store Day on April 16th.
Record Store Day 2011 coverage continues on Kaleidoscope with an interview with Alex Staiger from Omega Music and Kyle Melton and Don Thrasher of the Buddha Den. They discuss the day of music and festivities that will be taking place at Omega Music in honor of their first Record Store Day in their Fifth Street location as well as what the tradition of listening to music on vinyl means for local music as well as the Staiger family.
After the Breeders invited the Buffalo Killers to play at All Tomorrow's Parties, Kelley Deal was approached to cover a Guided by Voices song for No More Fake Labels' Sing for Your Meat compilation. So she contacted the Buffalo Killers to collaborate on a rendition of "Scalding Creek."
Kelley Deal and the Buffalo Killers performed live on Kaleidoscope and talked about their collaboration. Sing for Your Meat: a Tribute to Guided by Voices will be released on Record Store Day, April 16th on No More Fake Labels.