Kaleidoscope

Wednesday, 8 - 11pm

Every Wednesday night Juliet Fromholt talks to musicians, filmmakers, and artists from the Miami Valley and beyond and more often than not, you're treated to a set of music performed live in the WYSO studios.  You'll also hear some of the best music from emerging artists and old favorites from around the world. 

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Jason Trout began writing songs at a very early age. Performing with a variety of bands over the years, Trout has recently shifted his focus to releasing music as a solo artist under his own name.  Jason Trout visited the WYSO studios for a live performance on Kaleidoscope and talked to host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording.

Jennifer Stalvey

Scott Soifer and Jordan Hampton have been performing together for years.  Under the name The Left Hooks, the duo has released a full length album and continues to forge ahead musically.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleiodscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about their musical past and future.

The Left Hooks will perform at Canal Public House on Friday, December 5th.

After a busy summer of live performances, Jonny Dreads and the Mystiks return to the WYSO studios.  The band performed a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about their latest lineup, writing and recording and their plans for 2015.

Jonny Dreads and the Mystiks will perform on Friday, November 28th at Peaches Grill in Yellow Springs.

Staying busy with writing, recording, touring and family, The Buffalo Killers recently completed work on their new album, Fireball of Sulk.  Zach Gabbard visited the WYSO studios to talk about the recording process, upcoming live performances and more.

Fireball of Sulk will be released on November 24th. The Buffalo Killers will perform at Cincinnati's Northside Tavern on November 26th, Canal Public House in Dayton on November 28th, Skully's in Columbus on December 12th and Akron's Musica on December 13th.

After a successful crowd-funding campaign, Starving In the Belly of the Whale is ready to release its latest full length album, Missionaries & Impostors.  Ricky and Lacey Terrell visited the WYSO studio to perform songs from the album live and talk writing, recording and the upcoming release show.

Starving in the Belly of the Whale will celebrate the release of Missionaries & Impostors with a show at Blind Bob's on Saturday, November 22nd.

Combining blues, garage rock and a multiple of musical influences, the Whiskey Shambles have brought their music to a variety of audiences in a variety of musical settings.  The band just released a new full length album, Loose Change For a Broken Man, and is preparing to travel to Memphis in 2015 for the International Blue Challenges.  Members of the Whiskey Shambles visited the WYSO studios for a semi-acoustic set on Kaleidoscope and talked about influences, audience, and writing and recording together.

After some lineup adjustments and a honing of their sound, Sad Cadillac has released a new full-length album.  The band made a return visit to the WYSO studios to share tracks from their self-titled album and talk about the process of writing and recording it.

Sad Cadillac will perform at Blind Bob's on November 21st, Taffy's in Eaton on November 22nd and South Park Tavern on November 29th.

After nearly a year's worth of work, The Great Wide Open have just released a new, self-titled full length album.  The band returned to the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about the recording process, performing in a variety of live settings and their commitment to being self-sufficient in terms of gigs, graphics and more.

The Great Wide Open will perform on Saturday, November 8th at the Spirited Goat in Yellow Springs.

Charles Phoenix celebrates classic Americana and retro culture through a variety of mediums including the presentation of found Kodachrome slides, for which his Big Retro Slideshow is named.  Phoenix also incorporates recipes and local landmarks into his show, which returns to Dayton this week. 

Charles Phoenix's Big Retro Slideshow is at the Dayton Art Institute on Thursday, November 6th.

Dayton-based psychobilly band The Loveless is currently touring in the support of new album, Born Weird (Horrorhound Records) but will return to the Miami Valley in time for Halloween.  Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt sat down with members of the Loveless prior to the start of their tour to talk about the new album, the evolution of their sound and more.

The Loveless will perform on October 31st at Canal Public House's Halloween Bash and at Cincinnati's Northside Tavern on November 1st as part of a Horrorhound Records showcase.

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