Today Joe and Jack Waters joined Niki Dakota in the performance studio. They will be performing at Big Brews and Blues, a fundraiser to benefit Diabetes Dayton, tonight in Dayton.
It's been five years since Joe and Jack Waters came onto Exursions to talk about their newly released album, 10 + 50. Back then, Joe was only ten years old. The father/son duo has continued to work together and expanded their sound to include Joe on the guitar and vocals.
This Saturday marks the second Dynamite Soul block party event in Yellow Springs. Designed as both a thank you to the community and a preview of this year's CyclopsFest, this free family-friendly event will feature performances from Columbus' Turntable Philanthropy and Dayton-based Skratchmatik Turntable Crew, who visited the WYSO studios for alive performance on Kaleidoscope.
Dynamite Soul 2 co-organizer Brian Johnson also stopped by to talk more about the event, which takes place Saturday May 18th, 5-10pm in the Kings Yard in Yellow Springs.
Today Brett Newski and the Corruption came on Excursions for a preview of their performance tonight at Blind Bob's. Brett Newski and the Corruption are Brett on guitar and vocals, Matt on drums, Jeff playing the bass, Mark on electric guitar.
The band originates from Saigon, Vietnam and are making this stop in Dayton on their two month tour in the United States.
Brett Newski and the Corruption will be performing tonight at Blind Bob's in Dayton. To learn more visit www.corruptionmusic.com.
Today Wolf Cryer joined Niki Dakota on Excursions to talk about his upcoming performances and, of course, to give a preview performance in the studio. Wolf Cryer is originally from St. Louis Missouri and has been living in Cincinnati for the last 7 years. He will be performing at Taffy's of Eaton Ohio on May 15th and at Ghostlight Coffee in Dayton on May 25th.
To learn more about Wolf Cryer, visit his webpage.
Excursions was so excited to get to preview the Sideshow in the studio this morning. Jeff Opt and Erin Vasconcelos, the organizers for event were on hand to talk about the music, the art and the fun that is this 8th annual art community event. Also there were A Shade of Red (Georgia Goad and Sean Pennington) and Repeating Arms (Harold on guitar, Ira on mandolin and Max on banjo), two of the bands that will be performing in the Sideshow this weekend.