Hello there Music Friends! It is Spring and what better way to celebrate than with music!
Today we have a brand new Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative on WUDR Flyer Radio with the incredible Dayton-based musician, guitarist and songwriter and all around great guy Nick Kizirnis!
Nick has been making incredible music for years across genres and styles! Whether you want to hear surf rock, indie, guitar-led orchestra, power pop – Nick is accomplished across several styles of music. His 2020 album ‘The Distance‘ was one of our favorites of the last several years! It is a real pleasure to welcome him to the show today! We are excited to hear him play a few songs live in the studio!
Join us from 3-6pm today! And hey, just so you know… most of the music we are playing today was chosen specifically by Nick!
On Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative this coming Tuesday — March 8th — we have a terrific electro indie pop artist, Serin Oh! We were fortunate to see her perform at the Dayton Battle of the Bands contest and were truly impressed with her stage presence, amazing voice and clever arrangements. It is fair to say that she had that audience raptured with her songs and effortless vocal delivery. She even persuaded the crowd to chant Korean to one of her songs. It was a fun, engaging and dynamic performance.
We immediately were struck by the thought that her music adds an important element to the thriving Dayton Music Scene! Born in Suwon, South Korea, Serin moved to Ohio with her family at the age of six. Growing up in church, she was surrounded by gospel music in her formative years. During her time at the prestigious Berklee College of Music she discovered her love for jazz and R&B, whilst also rediscovering her Korean roots through the lens of K-Pop.
Serin has started a musical journey in her effort to search for a sound that would allow her to express the duality and contradictions of her identity through her music. Serin’s goals extend beyond music to using music culture to create opportunities for other musicians and creatives who are often not part of music culture. She hopes to uplift ‘third culture kids’ in the creative world through her music, especially fellow ‘third culture kids and secret outcasts.’ Using music to forge connection is a welcome approach!
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Serin Oh to Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative! You can find out more about her and her music through her social media, Soundcloud and Bandcamp pages!