Meg Renee is a young singer-songwriter from Troy, Ohio who's quickly making a name for herself playing a variety of local events and venues. She recently released her debut album, Dream Awake, and visited the WYSO studios to share both live and recorded songs on Kaleidoscope.
Meg Renee will perform at Kettering's Holiday at Home on Sunday, August 31st, as well as Lost Creek Music Experience, Urban Nights and several other local festivals and events throughout September. More information at http://www.megrenee.com/
Musician, songwriter and producer Kyle Dunaway visited the WYSO studios the week his new album, Necessary Evil, was released. Dunaway performed an acoustic set live on Kaleidoscope and spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about his writing and recording process.
Kyle Dunaway's new album, Necessary Evil is available a variety of online outlets. Learn more here.
Although born out of a side project, Manray quickly became a band in its own right. With an album already recorded and releases, Manray is now stepping out on local stages and visited the WYSO studios for a live performance on Kaleidoscope.
Manray will perform at Gilly's on Friday, August 22nd.
The Village Harmony Choir is a Vermont based organization that creates choir workshops and traveling summer camps for teens and adults alike. The Village Harmony Choir Midwest teen summer camp came to the WYSO studios in the midst of their travels to sing some beautiful songs as well as to speak about their organization. The Midwest choir consists of the camp leaders Mollie Stone, Emily Miller, and Gideon Crevoshay, as well as the 13-17 year old choir members who just met each other seven days before their appearance on WYSO.