Pink's Acoustic Pulse is not your average Pink Floyd tribute band. The group performs the music of Pink Floyd with all acoustic instruments and a full vocal compliment. Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with bandleader Jon Stankorb about their unique interpretation of classic Pink Floyd songs.
Pink's Acoustic Pulse will perform at Canal Street Tavern on March 18th.
Adam Bryant, Brad Gilbert and Jeff Rudolf of Sam at Eleven.
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The members of Sam at Eleven have been playing together for many years, originally under the name HQAX. After that band dissolved, roughly a year went by and the members decided to reunite and begin making music together again. Sam at Eleven visited the WYSO studios to perform live and chatted with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about the evolution of their sound and putting together their new album, The Year We Won.
Sam at Eleven will celebrate their CD release on March 19th at Blind Bob's in downtown Dayton.
This week, WYSO is airing an interview in three parts with Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell. Emily McCord spoke with him on Friday, March 11 and in today's second installment, she asks him what his plans are for creating jobs in the city.
"Some people are afraid of failure, some people are afraid of success. Regardless of what that fear is, it has been allowed to get in their way. So, whether we believe we can or we believe we can't, either way, we're right."
This week, WYSO will air a three part interview with Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell. The interview took place Friday, March 11 with WYSO's Emily McCord. Today is the first installment and we begin as Emily asks Leitzell what he thinks his role as mayor means for Dayton.
Emily McCord: Can you describe for me how you see your role as the mayor of Dayton?