Rock trio “Sport Fishing USA” visits WYSO to chat with Niki Dakota during this installment of Excursions.
Local brothers Nathan and Brendan Moore began writing and recording music in 2010. Starting out as a studio-only project, the brothers soon realized that they had stumbled upon something too good to not share. The brothers then recruited drummer David Byrne and have been playing near and far ever since.
The members of SOL have been playing together since roughly 2006 and say that making music together comes naturally. The group combines funk, reggae, world and rock into a sound that's ever-evolving to reflect the different musical backgrounds of the members. SOL visited the WYSO studios for live set on Kaleidoscope and talked to Juliet Fromholt about their years of playing together.
SOl will be performing as part of Miami Valley Music Fest on August 10th and 11th at the Troy Eagles Campground.
Alec Snead, Luke Green, and Dan Roll began playing music together in the 7th grade at family cookouts. Soon they realized they needed a drummer and invited classmate Robert Rutledge to join the band. Amnesia has gone through several stylistic changes over the years reflecting the band members evolving musical tastes. The members are now recent high school graduates and have recently released their self-titled debut album.
Amnesia visited the WYSO studio to perform a live set and spoke with Kaliedoscope host Juliet Fromholt about their evolving sound and upcoming plans.
Ashley Stacy, Josh Davis, QuiQue Bucio and John Mangold have been performing together as Gathering Mercury for nearly a year, and they have a lot to show for it. After participating in the Dayton Band Playoffs and the Dayton Does Dayton tribute show, both at Canal Street Tavern, the young group has been making a name for itself performing at numerous local venues. Now Gathering Mercury prepares to release their debut album, Where the Others Go.
The members of Magic Jackson have been hard at work in the studio on a new album that's set to be the label debut for IBC Records. The yet-to-be named album features a honing of the group's blend of rock and Dayton funk with lots of collaborations and guest appearances from other local and regional musicians.
Magic Jackson made a return visit to the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and to debut some of the tracks from their upcoming album. They'll be performing live on June 15 at J-Alan's in Dayton.