4th and 5th graders from Greenfield Elementary School in Pittsburgh describe themselves in these personal profiles.
Lohio's music shifts between intimate, instrumentally rich folk songs and midwestern infused, Neil Young-esque indie rock. Singer/songwriter Greg Dutton's hushed vocals and the bands knack for tackling a range of genre's draws comparisons to artists such as Sufjan Stevens, Yo La Tengo, and Wilco. We're proud to host them live in our studios.
We are pleased to welcome back Alberto Sewald, a 13 year-old Rock Band Academy student who has been playing music since he was in second grade. Listen live as Alberto dazzles with some of his brand new, original acoustic guitar compositions.
Our neighborhoods help to shape who we are. Pittsburgh Stevens PreK-8 students share with us the pros and cons of the neighborhoods in which they live.
Students in 6th through 8th grade at Pittsburgh Manchester Pre-K-8 took time to reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This StoryBox unit presents the resulting spoken essays about his life as well as through verbal interpretations of specific passages from Dr. King's speeches.
We're pleased to host the wonderful a cappella singing group, White Noise, live in our studios. This accomplished group, which has sang with the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, performs standards and original compositions.
Teens Jacob and Evan met in high school where they both entered a talent show and discovered a mutual love for The Beatles. From there they started writing songs together, eventually forming the up and coming pop/rock band, Crossing Boundaries. This week, they'll join us live for an acoustic set featuring Jacob on guitar and Evan on piano.
To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Miller PreK-5 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.
Tre: MLK Rap [audio:http://slbradio.org/mp3/pghyouthradiocorps/schools/Miller/2010-01-14-mlk/Tre-MLK-rap.mp3]
To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others. In this session, students also retell stories of Dr. MLK, Jr. that have left a powerful impression on them.
This week we're joined by three very talented siblings, Hannah, Mark and Abby Bartus. These three teens from the Moon area will be singing and playing piano/violin, live in our studios.