Music

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5:18 pm
Wed December 8, 2010

Si Kahn Shares Song and Story on Detours

Si Kahn

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.

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Music
11:10 am
Sat November 27, 2010

The Hotmud Family Reunion

  • Hour 1 of the Hotmud Family Reunion
  • Hour 2 of the Hotmud Family Reunion

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.

Music
11:10 am
Sat November 27, 2010

The Hotmud Family Reunion

  • Hour 1 of the Hotmud Family Reunion
  • Hour 2 of the Hotmud Family Reunion

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.

Music
2:24 pm
Thu October 28, 2010

Live on Excursions: Sonos

Sonos
Photo by Beth Herzhaft

Sonos, the 6 member a cappella group stopped by the WYSO studio and performed a couple of songs from their upcoming holiday CD which is due to be released in early November. The group members include Christopher Given Harrison, Rachel Bearers, Ben McLain, Jessica Freedman, Katherine Ann Hoye, and Paul Peglar.

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Music
2:22 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

Live on Excursions: Alison Brown

Alison Brown live in the WYSO studio
Photo by Karl Colon

Grammy Award-winning banjo player Alison Brown sets aside some time for Excursions to discuss public radio and to play some new songs with her band, the Alison Brown Quartet.

Brown, who is also a Harvard graduate and a co-founder of the Nashville independent record label Compass Records, is known for her instrumental banjo songs, which stray from the typical bluegrass genre associated with the instrument.

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