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.
After spending time in the studio over UD's winter break, the members of the Leap Years make a return visit to Kaleidoscope to share new live music and talk about the development of their new EP. The band chats with host Juliet Fromholt about its first studio experience, the forthcoming EP and an upcoming performance at the Dayton Does Dayton Music Festival.
The Leap Years will perform at the Dayton Does Dayton Music Festival, February 14 and 15 at Gilly's.
After signing to Dayton-based Misra Records in 2013, The Motel Beds are now ready to release their first album for the label, These are the Days Gone by. It's a sampling of singles, EP tracks and rarities from the band's first ten years re-mastered and with additional bass parts from Tod Weidner. Members of the Motel Beds visited the WYSO studios for a live set ahead of the album release party and talked about revisiting their old material, working with We Care Arts on 500 limited edition covers and what the new year holds for the band.
When Joe Anderl was approached by NFL films about having his band, The 1984 Draft, featured in a documentary about the real 1984 NFL Draft, he thought his friends were playing a joke on him. But soon, Anderl, an avid Nebraska football fan, and the band learned that the offer was indeed serious, and this weekend a camera crew from NFL films will visit Dayton to interview the band and get footage of their live performance at Blind Bob's. Kaleidsocope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with Anderl about the news.