Sean Pennington and Georgia Goad first visited the WYSO studios when they were competing in the semi-finals of the Dayton Band Playoffs. Their debut album was recorded while they were competing in the playoffs, but the duo waited until later this fall to release it so they could finish up the artwork and production. A Shade of Red returned to Kaleidoscope to talk about the new album and their plans now that it's being released.
A Shade of Red will celebrate the release of Blush on Friday, October 29 at Canal Street Tavern.
Marlon James will be in Dayton on Sunday, November 7 to receive the 2010 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for Fiction. He won the award for his novel "The Book of Night Women." Set on a Jamaican sugar plantation during the late 18th century, this book is the story of a fictional slave revolt that was organized by a group of women, the "night women" of the title.
To commemorate the anniversary of the 19th amendment to the constitution, WYSO 91.3 FM and the Living History Theatre presents an original radio drama, "Dangerous Women." This original work by Yellow Springs playwright Kay Reimers, concerns the beginning and end of the nearly century long struggle to give women the right to vote.