Performing as a solo artist as well as with her band, Sassy Molasses, Moriah Haven Lawson finds inspiration in everything from the bluegrass she was raised with to Tori Amos. She visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope, performing songs from the forthcoming Five Stages project.
Moriah Haven Lawson performs regularly at The Listing Loon in Cincinnati, 7-10pm on final Fridays.
As SideShow 9 draws near, local musicians are gathering at Canal Public House this weekend for a benefit show to help defray the cost of the two-day arts and music show. SideShow 9 co-organizers Jennifer Clark and Todd the Fox visited the WYSOs studios with special guest DipSpit to talk about the upcoming benefit and share some live music.
The SideShow 9 benefit show is Saturday, April 26th at Canal Public House.
Dayton band Lab Partners stopped by the WYSO studios today following the release of their new album Seven Seas. The album is already available for download, but tomorrow is the release of their limited edition vinyl version of the album. Tune in as they talk about their new album and the origins of the name LabPartners. You'll also get to enjoy four fabulous songs performed live for us.
Songwriter Nathan Veshecco designed his new project, Blushing Tree, around the idea of a rotating lineup that would allow him to play solo or with other musicians while branching out from being a strictly acoustic performer. Veshecco visited the WYSO studios to perform live and spoke about the origins of Blushing Tree and how the project has changed his songwriting.
In the middle of their US tour Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band stopped by the WYSO studios on April 10th. Daniel’s niece and nephew, who make up the Miller Road Band, busted out their wide assortment of stringed instruments to accompany Daniel’s wonderful vocals and guitar playing. In addition to playing some tunes for us they talk about their unique family reunions and the recording process for their new album Blinded Again.