Longtime local musician, former record store owner, and now life coach at the Conscious Living Center, Ron Esposito talks with Lee Hay about the music he creates now with Tibetan brass bowls and crystal singing bowls, and his new CD, Soul Sonics.
Drummer Ron Enyard has been a fixture in the local jazz scene for many years, and has a regular gig at Om Eco Café in Clifton every Monday night. He’s with Frank Johnson to talk about his newly released CD called Live at Kaldi’s Again. This is a compilation of recordings with his trio and special guests from 1990’s at Main Street’s iconic coffee house.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s latest CD, Hallowed Ground, was recorded live in Music Hall and features the late Dr. Maya Angelou in one of her last public appearances. Cincinnati Public Radio’s master recording engineer, Chelsea VandeDrink, tells Frank Johnson about the experience of recording these dynamic performances.
Local musicians Rick Lisak and Zak Rowe (Lisak & Rowe) are with Lee Hay to talk about their newest CD, Amer-i-Cana including how long they’ve been working on it, what other musicians appear on it and more.
Cincinnati music icon Rob Fetters (The Bears, psychodots) has just released his latest solo project, Saint Ain’t, and he joins Brian O’Donnell to discuss the evolution of the album (several years in the making) as well as some of the musicians who joined him on the project.