Monday, September 2, 2019 at 9 PM.
Sharing stories about his experiences growing up playing 5-string banjo, the bonfire tradition in Kyoto, and his penchant for the work of Jazz guitarist, Pat Metheny , Hiroya Tsukamoto, originally from Kyoto, Japan, and now from New York City, shares some wonderful multi-layered compositions on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour.
We also learn about Hiroya’s appearance at the Blue Note Café and how his travels provide him with inspiration for many of his songs.
Local songwriter Doug Hammond also shares a lovely song about fireflies and Tim Patterson and Gale Livengood compete with each other on the Shoot the Moon game show.
It all happens this Monday, Sept. 2, at 9 p.m., on 88.1 WVPE. “Where the Michigan Road and the Lincoln Highway cross the beautiful Yellow River,” it’s the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour, “ A Home . . . for Humans.”