Louisville band had been slowing coming together over the years, and now they feel like all of the players are in place. The band visited the WYSO studios on their way to a show at Dayton's South Park Tavern, and chatted with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about writing, recording their latest album Arise, Great Warrior and future plans.
The Fervor performed at South Park Tavern on Wenesday, February 23 with the Smug Brothers and the Motel Beds.
Musician and activist Si Kahn visited the WYSO studios during the station's fall membership drive and share songs and stories with Detours host Norm Whitman. The founder and former director of Grassroots Leadership spoke about his music and his latest book, Creative Community Organizing: A Guide for Rabble Rousers, Activists, and Quiet Lovers of Justice.
In the late 1960's, three young musicians from Dayton Ohio, Suzanne Thomas, Rick Good and Dave Edmundson, formed the Hotmud Family and began performing traditional music on stages in the Miami Valley and beyond. On October 1, 2, and 3, 2010, WYSO hosted a Hotmud Family Reunion at Canal Street Tavern in Dayton.