This weekend the Smug Brother will celebrated the release of their new full length album, On the Way to the Punchline, with a show at South Park Tavern. The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about the album, the new lineup and more.
The Smug Brothers perform at South Park Tavern on Saturday, February 22 along with The 1984 Draft, Human Cannonball, and Turkish Delights.
On Friday, February 14th, the Yellow Cab in downtown Dayton will host Dayton Is For Lovers, a Valentine's Day dance. The event features music from Lost on Iddings, Jah Soul and DJ Jay Madewell as well as an art show, a special Valentine's themed photobooth from Jennifer Clark and more. Clark and members of Lost on Iddings and Jah Soul visited the WYSO studios for an acoustic performance and talked about Dayton Is For Lovers and the upcoming Side Show at the Yellow Cab.
Jake Sims, Travis Runyon and Jon Sims began playing together on the back porch, eventually starting to perform live for audiences, and The Great Wide Open was born. The trio visited the WYSO studios to perform live and talked about the development of their sound, the importance of folk music and more.
Alex Dahle, Austin Labig, Brendon Dix, and Joey Gustin of Free Fall Theory came down from Tipp City, Ohio to make their radio debut at the WYSO studios. Tune in to hear three fantastic songs performed live on the air and also hear them talk about their song writing process, the story of how they met, and the story of Alex’s signed Tom Delonge series guitar.
The members of Terrapin Moon all came to the music of the Grateful Dead at various points in their lives, but each one can recall the moment the music began to click. The band visited the WYSO studios to talk about their interpretation of the music of the Dead and the unique experience they create both in clubs and on the festival stage.