Juliet Fromholt

Webmaster /Deputy Operations Director / Host, Kaleidoscope & Alpha Rhythms

Juliet Fromholt has been listening to WYSO for as long as she can remember.  She began volunteering at the station while also serving as Program Director and General Manager at WWSU, the student station at her
alma mater, Wright State University.  Juliet does many things at WYSO including overseeing the station's web and social media presence, and hosting two music programs.   Juliet is proud to serve as a board member for the Antioch Writers' Workshop.

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The members of Queen City Silver Stars were longtime friends who eventually found themselves forming a band that combines festive Caribbean and reggae sounds.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked to host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording their debut album, Green Flash, upcoming gigs and more.

The first annual Gem City Blues Fest will feature performances by the Eric Jerardi Band, Higgins-Madewell, Michael Locke and the Repeat Offenders and the First Heavy Metal Church of Christ House Band.  FHMCC is hosting this secular event featuring music food, and organizer and band leader Reece Lincoln visited the WYSO studios to talk about the upcoming festivities.

Gem City Blues Fest is Saturday, March 12, beginning at 5pm, at the First Heavy Metal Church of Christ in Dayton.

After releasing Heisman Trophy Winner in late 2015, the 1984 has been recharging and developing new material for several upcoming recording projects.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about their plans for the future.

Jerome Casinger, Michael Giefer and Jon Rahilly met through Craigslist and quickly began performing under the name Winchester Gray.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about finding their sound, upcoming recordings and more.

Winchester Gray will perform at Peach's Grill in Yellow Springs on Saturday, February 27th.

With their debut EP, Don't Fade Away, already out, Goodnight Goodnight is looking forward to a productive 2016 with touring and more on the horizon.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope  and spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about their plans.

Goodnight Goodnight will perform on Saturday, February 27th at the Oregon Express and Monday, February 29th at Taffy's of Eaton.

The Erin Coburn Band and the Joe Tellman Band are just two of the young, regional acts that will perform at the Dayton Blues Society's 2nd Annual Youth Showcase.  Both bands visited the WYSO studios for preview sets live on Kaleidoscope.  Dayton Blues Society Board member David Tellman and John Sillaman from the Pinetop Perkins Foundation also visited the studio to talk about their organizations. 

2016 promises to be a busy year for Babbling April.  With material in the works for a new EP and more live performances on the way, the band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and chatted with host Juliet Fromholt about what's coming up.

Check out Babbling April at: http://www.babblingapril.com/

Nasty Bingo returned to the WYSO studios ahead of the official release of their latest album, Take To Air, for a live performance on Kaleidoscope.  The band talked about the process of putting the album together and their future plans.

Nasty Bingo will celebrate the release of Take to Air on Saturday, January 23rd at the Yellow Cab in downtown Dayton.

Gary Mitchell

After releasing his latest full length album, The Next Place I Leave, Chris Yakopcic isn't slowing down.  Ahead of his performance at the Dayton Blues Society's Winter Showcase, Yakopcic visited the WYSO studios and played live on Kaleidsocope.  He talked with host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording the album and his upcoming trip to Memphis for the International Blues Challenge.

Chris Yakopcic will perform at Dayton Blues Society's Winter Blues Showcase on Saturday, January 23rd at Gilly's.

Neenah Ellis / WYSO

Back in December, I took a drive down to Cincinnati and recorded what my radio sounded as I merged onto I-75 south from State Route 35 in downtown Dayton. As soon as I started heading South, WYSO’s signal became choppy and full of static.

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