Music

Steve Makofka is one of 30 local musicians participating in Such A Night: The Last Waltz live, a musical recreation of the Band's The Last Waltz to benefit WYSO.  Makofka visited the WYSO studios for a live set on the air and spoke with Niki Dakota about the collaborative show as well as what he's been up to musically.

Such A Night: The Last Waltz Live to benefit WYSO is November 26th and 28th at the Dayton Art Institute.

Actor, songwriter, and musician Michael Malarkey called into the WYSO studios ahead of his show at the Canal Public House on November 29th. Tune in to hear him talk about his lifelong passion for music and his recent success playing Enzo on the CW show The Vampire Diaries.

Staying busy with writing, recording, touring and family, The Buffalo Killers recently completed work on their new album, Fireball of Sulk.  Zach Gabbard visited the WYSO studios to talk about the recording process, upcoming live performances and more.

Fireball of Sulk will be released on November 24th. The Buffalo Killers will perform at Cincinnati's Northside Tavern on November 26th, Canal Public House in Dayton on November 28th, Skully's in Columbus on December 12th and Akron's Musica on December 13th.

After a successful crowd-funding campaign, Starving In the Belly of the Whale is ready to release its latest full length album, Missionaries & Impostors.  Ricky and Lacey Terrell visited the WYSO studio to perform songs from the album live and talk writing, recording and the upcoming release show.

Starving in the Belly of the Whale will celebrate the release of Missionaries & Impostors with a show at Blind Bob's on Saturday, November 22nd.

Tod Weidner is one of 30 local musicians participating in Such A Night: The Last Waltz live, a musical recreation of the Band's The Last Waltz to benefit WYSO.  Weidner visited the WYSO studios for a live set on the air and spoke with Niki Dakota about the collaborative show as well as what he's been up to musically.

Such A Night: The Last Waltz Live to benefit WYSO is November 26th and 28th at the Dayton Art Institute.

Charlie Tipton is one of 30 local musicians participating in Such A Night: The Last Waltz live, a musical recreation of the Band's The Last Waltz to benefit WYSO.  Tipton visited the WYSO studios for an acoustic set on the air and spoke with Niki Dakota about the collaborative show as well as what he's been up to musically.

Such A Night: The Last Waltz Live to benefit WYSO is November 26th and 28th at the Dayton Art Institute.

Gery and Gary Deer have performance in their blood.  With their Brothers and Company Variety Show, the Deer Brothers perform a mix of music from a variety of genres as well as comedy, magic and more.  The Deer brothers visited the WYSO studios to talk about their unique show and a very special upcoming benefit performance.

The Brothers and Company Variety Show will perform to benefit the Jamestown Operahouse on November 22nd at 7pm.

Combining blues, garage rock and a multiple of musical influences, the Whiskey Shambles have brought their music to a variety of audiences in a variety of musical settings.  The band just released a new full length album, Loose Change For a Broken Man, and is preparing to travel to Memphis in 2015 for the International Blue Challenges.  Members of the Whiskey Shambles visited the WYSO studios for a semi-acoustic set on Kaleidoscope and talked about influences, audience, and writing and recording together.

After some lineup adjustments and a honing of their sound, Sad Cadillac has released a new full-length album.  The band made a return visit to the WYSO studios to share tracks from their self-titled album and talk about the process of writing and recording it.

Sad Cadillac will perform at Blind Bob's on November 21st, Taffy's in Eaton on November 22nd and South Park Tavern on November 29th.

Formerly performing under the name Customer Service and the Gem City Horns, the 8 piece Gem City returned to the WYSO studios for a live performance on Excursions.  They talked to Niki Dakota about their upcoming album, the evolution of the band, and having all of the members as roommates.

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