by Steve Charles
July 31, 2014
WM Online Extras
More music and presentations from Wabash musicians:
Dick Durham ’64
Listen to Durham's "Scarlet Hues," written in the Pioneer Chapel and dedicated to Wabash College
Hear samples from Durham's CDs
"Oh, That Old Riff" from Durham's first album
Gordon Bonham ’80
Symposium talk "Where Blues Meets the Banjo"
Gordon Bonham and Jim Richter (on mandolin)
Dan Couch ’89
Video excerpts from our interview with Dan Couch
Dan Couch Day in Logansport, IN
Kip Moore plays "Dirt Road," co-written with Dan Couch
Kip Moore plays "Hey Pretty Girl," co-written with Dan Couch
Kip Moore plays "Somethin' 'bout a Truck", co-written with Dan Couch
B. Allen Schulz ’87
Live performance of Voices Past, Softly Speaking (Pretty Saro)
Schulz's Random Access Music
Ben Kitterman ’06
Watch an interview with Kitterman
Aaron Lewis covers Sheryl Crowe's "Strong Enough," arranged by Kitterman
Dan Gillespie ’08
On the air with Can I Get an Amen
More music from Can I Get an Amen
Amos Garrett ’64
playing "Bert's Boogie"
playing "Midnight at the Oasis"
Stony Plain Records
Philip Seward ’82
Listen to original opera
Listen to original instrumental works
with Wu Man and Friends in Santa Fe
more with Wu Man and Friends
Music from Uganda
Listen to "Organum on Ash Grove"
Michael Deleget ’97
singing "My Best Friend"
singing "September ’92"
Caleb Ishman ’03
R&B and Soul from Ish
singing tenor with the Western Wind Ensemble
Sounds from Around Campus
Suovetaurilia: The Greco-Roman Ritual and Classics Picnic
Chapel Talk by Jean Williams H’53