Wolf Ram Heart hails from Columbus, OH and takes their name from an episode of Angel. The band visited the WYSO studios ahead of their show at South Tavern Park, and chatted with Niki Dakota about their latest album, Betrayal of Hearts. Recorded in the Hocking Hills, the band focused on giving the album a sense of place, which they hope to continue when the record their followup, hopefully entirely on equipment powered by solar energy.
Wolf Ram Heart performs tomorrow night at South Park Tavern in Dayton.
Host highlights features conversations between WYSO Music Director, Niki Dakota and WYSO's volunteer hosts about their programs, how they came to WYSO, etc. This week, Niki chats with Cindy Funk, host of the Dear Green Place. They discuss the roots of Celtic music on the WYSO airwaves and Cindy's love for the genre.
The Dear Green Place airs Saturday afternoons, 3 - 5pm.
The 3 members of Honeymoon haven't been playing together long, but the instant chemistry between the players has made for well-crafted and increasingly complex songwriting. The band's mutual musical influences have resulted in a poppy sound with a darker edge on their debut EP Xylography.
Honeymoon visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and chatted with host Juliet Fromholt about forming the band, recording and what's to come for the band.
Host highlights features conversations between WYSO Music Director, Niki Dakota and WYSO's volunteer hosts about their programs, how they came to WYSO, etc. This week, fill-in host Juliet Fromholt chats with Tom Duffee of the Midnight Ramble. They discuss the Duffee's love of old-time music and how hosting a program on WYSO was a family affair.
The Midnight Ramble airs Saturday nights, 9pm - midnight.
Brett Parnell and Geremy Schulick met in music school at Yale. Now the classically trained guitarists perform under the name Threefifty Duo. They visited the WYSO studios for a live performance ahead of a performance at Wittenberg University.