The music of the liberal arts! A CD commemorating Wally Tunes, the Alumni/Faculty/Staff Symposium on the Liberal Arts, Scarlet Hues features Wabash musicians from many genres. You can find most of the music from the CD in the links on the page below. In this album are photos of some of the musicians featured.
Gordon Bonham presents Where the Banjo Meets the Blues.'
Dan Couch interviewed at BMI in Nashville.
Ben Kitterman playing the Egyptian Room with Aaron Lewis in Indianapolis.
James Makubuya performs.
Luthier Andrew McKone plays a violin he made in Salter Hall.
Philip Seward performs at Wally Tunes in Salter Hall.
Dan Gillespie plays with Can I Get An Amen.
Schulz shares congratulatory hug with former teacher Diane Norton after she performed Schulz's 'Voices from the Past, Softly Speaking' in Salter Hall.
Allen Schulz talks about writing 'Voices from the Past, Softly Speaking,' which premiered at Wally Tunes in February.
Senior Taylor Neal presented his original compositions at his Senior Recital in April.
Professor Peter Hulen
Aaron Lewis and Ben Kitterman during sound check.
Dan Couch at BMI.
A page from Dan Couch's writer's notebook.
Dan Gillespie and Can I Get An Amen
Ben Kitterman interviewed in Indianapolis
Gordon Bonham plays resophonic guitar.
Matt Binder ’14 leads off Souvetaurilia, a tasty reenactment of an ancient Greco-Roman ritual.
Ethan Hollander takes the plunge during 430 on 4/30, the first Wabash Day of Giving.
Sam Vaught ’15 plays piano in the Chapel.
'The Unquantifiable Vibe'-the Chapel at night has been a favorite place for generations of Wabash musicians. Photo by Kim Johnson
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
"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
Listen to "Organum on Ash Grove"
Caleb Ishman ’03
R&B and Soul from Ish