Already familiar with each other's playing and friends from the Detroit music scene, the members of Destroy This Place found it easy to combine musical forces as the band came together. Ahead of their local performance, Destroy This Place's Ryan Allen spoke with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about the band's early days, their new album and embracing a heavier sound.
Destroy This Place performs at Blind Bob's on Friday, July 26th with Oh Condor, Yakuza Heart Attack, Perhaps and Brujas del Sol.
In this episode of Dear Green Place, Cindy speaks with Mick Broderick of acclaimed Celtic group Slide. They speak about upcoming shows, including a pair of local Irish festivals, the process of recording the group's newest album, and life outside of music.
Skilless Villains began as acoustic duo and as they started connecting with other musicians, a full band emerged. After performing live for many years, the band recently released its Made in Ohio EP and visited the WYSO studios to share both tracks from the EP and some newer material.
Skilless Villains will perform on Saturday, July 6th at the Greene and will be appearing at TabFest later in July.
Ghettoblaster Magazine is a national music and culture magazine based in part in Dayton, Ohio. Its editor, Dave Obenour has been a frequent guest on Kaleidoscope over the past few years, and joins host Juliet Fromholt this week to talk about some of the artists, new and old, featured in the latest issue.
The latest issue of Ghettoblaster Magazine with Kurt Vile on the cover is available now at local stores. Find Ghettoblaster online at http://ghettoblastermagazine.com/
Pennsylvanian-based musician Charlie Zahm began playing banjo as a teenager and soon switched to guitar. He became serious about folk music as he got older and began to find his singing voice. Dear Green Place host Cindy Funk spoke with Zahm ahead of an upcoming visit to Ohio. The two discussed Zahm's musical roots including his maritime inspiration, finding a balance between musical and family life and much more.
Charlie Zahm will perform next weekend at the Ohio Scottish Games at Lorain Fairgrounds.