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WITF Music: All Without Words

Inspired by the vocalizations of his non-verbal autistic son, a composer turns struggle and joy into music.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: Jogïr

Harrisburg pop singer Jogïr contrasts the colorful sounds of the 80’s with the struggle of finding one’s way.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: Cathy Chemi and Steve Rudolph

Cathi Chemi and Steve Rudolph are staples of the Central Pennsylvania jazz community. Their involvement with the Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz has helped promote jazz throughout the region.

By Joe Ulrich

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WITF Music: Ronnie Waters and Jimmy Wood

Harrisburg jazz musicians Jimmy Wood and Ronnie Waters take us back to the capitol city’s jazz scene when they were kids and budding musicians. They recall how music helped to overcome racism and look ahead to the future of jazz.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: Keys on the Move

With music venues closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, music still finds a way in Lancaster.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: Dandy

The two brothers who make up Dandy talk goofy videos, martial arts and the discipline they practice in their musical career.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: The RaRas

Conversations can happen without words. Ralph and Ray of The RaRas captured a musical conversation in a recording they released called “Conversation”.

By Joe Ulrich

Listening From a Distance

Listening From a Distance is a collection of interviews with people involved in the local music scene to find out how they’re coping with the pandemic.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: The Ogham Stones

Celtic rock band The Ogham Stones of Lancaster talk about the folk traditions of Celtic music, how their music isn’t just for St. Patrick’s Day and a devious leprechaun at one of their shows.

By Joe Ulrich

WITF Music: Bells

Bells is a Lancaster-based post-rock band whose music can be described as cinematic. From moments of wonder and contemplation to agitation and aggression, their songs paint evolving landscapes of emotion. During live performances the band often projects patterns and images behind them to complement the music.

By Joe Ulrich
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