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In 1962 an Ohio State student, a singer and guitarist named Phil Ochs, moved to New York City and was soon at the center of the booming folk music scene in Greenwich Village which included Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Peter Paul and Mary. Today Phil Ochs' music is less well known than some of his colleagues'—but it still delivers a powerful message.

The Slackers visited the WYSO studios ahead of their Dayton performance for an acoustic set live on Excursions.  The band chatted with Niki Dakota about their 25 years as a band, their travels and more.

The Slackers will perform on Thursday, September 22nd at Rock Star Pro Arena on East Third Street in Dayton.

Ibex is the new full length album from Hexadiode.  The band made a return visit to the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about writing and arranging the album, the upcoming release show and more.

Hexadiode will celebrate the release of Ibex on Saturday, September 24th at Cloverdale in downtown Dayton.

J. Allen Laack

Wheatley Matthews returned to Kaleidoscope ahead of the release of his new album, Taken the Wrong Way.  He performed a live, acoustic set in the WYSO studios and chatted with host Juliet Fromholt about the process of writing and recording the album, his upcoming tour, and more.

Wheatley Matthews with celebrate the release of Taken the Wrong Way on Saturday, September 24th at the Oregon Express.

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance will open it's 2016-17 season with Vive la France!, a celebration of eight French composers of orchestral music, ballet and opera.  Members of the DPAA, including Dayton Philharmonic conductor Neil Gittleman, joined Niki Dakota in the WYSO studios for a preview live on Excursions. 

Vive la France! is onstage Saturday, September 17th at the Schuster Center in downtown Dayton.

Libby McClin

As the seven members of the Burnt Sugar Arkestra tour through the Midwest, the band made a stop in Yellow Springs for a live performance in the WYSO studios on Excursions. 

Find more information on Burnt Sugar  Arkestra at: http://burntsugarindex.com/

The Repeating Arms returned to the WYSO studios ahead of the second annual Miami Valley Brewgrass Festival.  They gave a musical preview of the festival live on Excursions and talked with Niki Dakota about their recently revamped lineup.

The Second Annual Miami Valley Brewgrass Festival is Saturday, September 17th at Riverfront Park in downtown Miamisburg. 

Songwriter Wheatley Matthews returned to the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions as he prepares to release his latest full length album, Taken the Wrong Way

Wheatley Matthews will celebrate the release of the his newest album on Saturday, September 24th at the Oregon Express.

The New Old-Fashioned has stayed busy since the release of their last full-length album, Low Down Dirty Summer Nights. The band has been writing new songs and performing live gigs and is preparing for local and regional gigs this fall.  They visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Excursions.

The New Old-Fashioned will perform at Dayton Music, Art and Film Festival on September 17th at Gilly's. 

courtesy of Central State University Chorus

Members of the Central State University Chorus and director Jeremy Winston joined WYSO Music Director live in the studio on Excursions.  The Chorus performed several songs on the air, and Winston talked about their upcoming season, including a performance at the WYSO Community Concert.

The Central State University Chorus will perform at the WYSO Community Concert on Sunday, September 11th at RiverScape MetroPark. 

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