Each week on Backstage Pass we spotlight music. Local songwriter, Adam Plomaritas, will release his new EP, Old Time Love, on Friday December 1, with a show at the Ark in Ann Arbor. Plymouth High School graduate, Kylee Phillips, will open the show. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Adam about the new songs, the CD release show, and opening for Rick Springfield. You’ll also hear a couple of his new songs including Old Time Love, Love Me Better, and a portion of Love On Your Side.
Backstage Pass Adam Plomaritas
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park is the home of a variety of music opportunities. There are eight different choir groups that students can be part of. 88.1 the Park’s , Sydney Capen, spoke with P-CEP Director of Choirs, Jennifer Neumann, about the choirs, opportunities for students and upcoming performances.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Marching Band returned from Indianapolis where they competed in the Bands of America Grand National Championship. The Championship featured 92 bands from across the country. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, talked with P-C-E-P Director of Bands, Michael Wells.
Andy McLaren, Leo Popp and Brody Klein spotlight the Girl’s Swim and Dive teams at Canton, Plymouth and Salem High Schools. They spoke with Salem’s Camila Soto, Plymouth’s Zoe Wood and Canton’s Maria Balow, along with coaches Ed Weber and Matt Zavislak.
Voters in Plymouth will select four members of the Plymouth City Commission on the Tuesday November 7, election. Seven candidates are running for the four seats. Candidates include incumbents Suzi Deal, Linda Filipczak and Kelly O’Donnell. The other four candidates include Catherine Coburn, Brock Minton, Ron Picard and Joshua Rimatzki. 88.1 the Park has reached out to each candidate for interviews. For today’s show Station Manager Bill Keith talks with Catherine Coburn, Linda Filipczak and Joshua Rimatzki. Suzi Deal did not respond to our requests for an interview.