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    Saturday, July 19, 2014

    Kelly Harper Interview on The Time Machine plus Dana Countryman Debuts a Maui Musical Gift





    Singer-songwriter Kelly Harper was a guest on The Time Machine. Kelly's been a part of The Time Machine's playlists for a number of years and she shared two of her brand new singles on the broadcast with the radio audience. Radio co-host Tanya Teal also brought along singer-songwriter Dana Countryman as a surprise return guest so that he could debut a very special Maui version of his upcoming song "Good Time Radio" featuring the staple of The Time Machine, both Summer Blue and Michael McCartney.






    Tanya also featured brand new music from David Myhr, Chrissie Hynde, The Madden Brothers, Brooks Maguire and Fernando Perdomo.


    Other artists featured on the Maui afternoon FM aircheck include; George Harrison, Andrew Gold, Raspberries, The Smith Bros., Badfinger, Brian Ray, Utopia, The Moody Blues, Mike Viola, Blondie, Rachael Yamagata, Electric Light Orchestra, Linda Ronstadt, The Red Button, Paul Carrack, Low Millions, Courtney Jaye, Maroon 5, Rob Bonfiglio, Loverboy, James Taylor, Cheap Trick, Butch Walker, Simply Red, Men At Work, Wang Chung, Lita Ford, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Jacksons and Michael Franks.






    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Kelly Harper and Dana Countryman



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    Official Website for Kelly Harper

    Official Website for Dana Countryman

    Official Website for Rob Bonfiglio

    Official Website for Rachael Yamagata

    Official Website for Andrew Gold

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Chrissie Hynde

    Official Website for David Myhr

    Official Website for The Madden Brothers

    Official Website for Brooks Maguire

    Fernando Perdomo on Bandcamp


    Saturday, July 12, 2014

    Tanya Teal Hosts The Time Machine





    Creative artist and singer Tanya Teal returns for a second broadcast of The Time Machine as a co-host. Sitting in for radio host Summer Blue while wearing Summer's headset and using her microphone, Tanya had some fun musical picks for the Maui afternoon FM broadcast.


    Artists featured on this radio show include; Badfinger, Lisa Loeb, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, The Tubes, The Smith Bros., Billy Joel, The Beach Boys, Emitt Rhodes, Todd Rundgren, Randy Meisner, Loverboy, April Wine, Queen, Toni Braxton, Keola & Kapono Beamer, Elton John, Santana, Gordon Lightfoot, Adele, Barry White, Alanis Morissette, Cliff Richard, Steve Miller Band, Barenaked Ladies, The Traveling Wilburys, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Annette Funicello, Wings and The Beatles.







    Click here to listen or download the FM radio aircheck with Tanya Teal




    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    Larry John and Michael McCartney Hijack Shaggy Jenkins' Television Show





    Maui WOW Radio Network's Larry John and host of "The Tub" along with The Time Machine's Michael McCartney were guests on Shaggy Jenkins television and radio simulcast during the busy 5PM hour in the middle of the week. Both Larry and Michael ended up hijacking the series from television host Shaggy. Apparently, the show was live on television and radio without any problems, but the archived playback system at the television station ended up with color bar test patterns for the first half hour. Instead of offering you video, which is filled with faces for radio, we're letting you listen to the audio of the broadcast which is just as compelling a case to never have either Larry John or Michael McCartney on your television series.







    Click here to listen or download the television and radio aircheck with Shaggy Jenkins featuring Larry John and Michael McCartney




    Monday, June 16, 2014

    Brian Ray of The Bayonets and Andrew Curry Debuts Mike Viola and The Nines on The Time Machine





    Brian Ray of The Bayonets returned to The Time Machine to share the group's brand new single "Crash Boom Bang!" from the band's upcoming album in July. That's right, The Bayonets are back! Oliver Leiber and Brian Ray are joined again by Lucrecia López Sanz and Scott Shriner on harmony vocals, Davey Faragher on bass, Adam MacDougall on keys, as well as the great Joe Zook and Marc DeSisto at the controls. It's a sizzling rocker that The Time Machine radio host Michael McCartney stated that the song suggested an almost homage to "Dirty Water" by The Standells and other seminal garage rock bands circa 1965 to 1966. The song is now available on iTunes and a cool music video of the rocking tune can be viewed at YouTube. Since Brian's fearless band leader Paul McCartney made recent headlines over a virus that the doctors ordered bed rest versus touring for a couple of weeks, The Time Machine Radio Crew wondered if Brian had to perform while sick over his long spanning career. He shared a concert performance moment with Nicolette Larson back in the early eighties. Andrew Curry also returned to the broadcast to debut two brand new songs for the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Both The Nines and Mike Viola made their world broadcast debuts with cool covers. The first song that Andrew shared was The Nines taking on Talk Talk's "Life's What You Make It" and a beautiful intimate arrangement of "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" from Tears For Fears.

    Brand new music from Chrissie Hynde, Timmy Sean and Fernando Perdomo was also played on the radio show. Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include Paul Warren & Explorer, Badfinger, The Smith Bros. and Fountains of Wayne.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Brian Ray and Andrew Curry



    Below: Official music video for "Crash Boom Bang!" from The Bayonets




    Below: Official music video for "Smartphone" from The Bayonets




    Below: Official music video for "Sucker For Love" from The Bayonets




    Below: Brian Ray performing live with Nicolette Larson on "Lotta Love" and "I Only Want To Be With You" during a 1982 overnight hours Easter Seals Telethon




    Below: Brian Ray along with Rusty Anderson, Abraham "Abe" Laboriel, Jr. and Paul "Wix" Wickens backing up Paul McCartney's performance of "Helter Skelter" on the marquee of the Ed Sullivan Theater for David Letterman's broadcast




    Official Website for The Bayonets

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    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Chrissie Hynde

    Official Website for Paul Warren

    Official Website for Timmy Sean

    Official Website for Fountains of Wayne

    Fernando Perdomo on Bandcamp


    Saturday, June 07, 2014

    Fast Eddie and Puppet Prenuptial Radio Show on The Time Machine





    After going steady for nineteen years, The Time Machine's radio hosts Fast Eddie and Puppet, finally decide to tie the knot and make it official. They decided to spin music on the FM dial one last time before becoming bride and groom just one week away. It was also a chance for Michael McCartney to play in the new studio and for both Fast Eddie and Puppet to get acquainted with the new surroundings and placement of equipment. On a personal note, the brand new studio making its debut on the FM dial this week, is just around the corner from the house that Puppet used to live in as a child before moving to Lahaina.

    Artists featured on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Tori Amos, Cheap Trick, The Smith Bros., Little Feat, George Paoa, Steely Dan, Dave Stephens, Alice Peacock, Kelly Jones, John Alagia, Mike Viola, Rilo Kiley, Matt Nathanson, Graham Gouldman, 10cc, The Beatles, Kalapana, David Bowie, John Alagia, Butch Walker & The Black Widows, Blossom, Chip Hatlelid & Shave Ice, Ray Gooliak, Bread, Neil Diamond & Brian Wilson, Fountains of Wayne, Rachael Yamagata, Mandy Moore, Hugh Grant & Hayley Bennett, Airwaves, Sutherland Brothers, Brian Ray, The Bangles, Marty Rudnick, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Carly Simon, Wet Willie, Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge, Rickie Lee Jones, Flash & The Pan, The Beach Boys, Rhett Miller, The Ides Of March, B.J. Thomas, The Greg Kihn Band, Iain Matthews, Linda Ronstadt and the Steve Geyer Band.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck with Fast Eddie and Puppet Prenuptial Broadcast




    Thursday, June 05, 2014

    Courtney Jaye's Official Music Video for MORNING


    One of the most played songs on The Time Machine Radio Show last year was Courtney Jaye's "Morning" and it was even sweeter to have Courtney drop by the studio here on Maui to perform the song over the FM dial. All of us at The Time Machine are forever grateful for all that she's done for our broadcast out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean for the last decade. She's always been gracious and filled with Aloha while putting up with my wacky and silly humor. She's truly a musical gemstone worth seeking out. There is now an official music video for this song. Enjoy this tune off of her wonderful album "Love and Forgiveness".






    Monday, June 02, 2014

    Andrew Curry Debuts Kelly Jones Plus Linus Of Hollywood and Big-Box Store on The Time Machine





    Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine to share three brand new arrangements of eighties classics from the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Andrew discusses the details behind the recording of these songs making their world broadcast debut including Kelly Jones' arrangement of Level 42's hit and long time radio staple "Something About You", Linus of Hollywood's wonderful performance of Paul Young's hit "Everytime You Go Away" (originally recorded by Hall & Oates on their "Voices" album) and Joe Seiders' project Big-Box Store doing Kim Wilde's "Kids In America".


    Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Wyatt Funderburk, Lannie Flowers and Wings.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Graham Alexander and Andrew Curry



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    Official Website for Kelly Jones

    Official Website for Linus of Hollywood

    Big-Box Store on Facebook

    Official Website for Lannie Flowers

    Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk

    Official Website for Paul McCartney


    Thursday, May 29, 2014

    Graham Alexander Returns and Andrew Curry Debuts Mike Doughty along with People On Vacation and The Davenports on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Graham Alexander returned as a guest on The Time Machine to discuss what he's got coming up this year along with his contribution of a classic Kirsty MacColl song to Andrew Curry's upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Andrew also returned to the airwaves to premiere three more songs making their world broadcast debut including Mike Doughty's arrangement of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's "Relax", People On Vacation (Bowling For Soup's Reddick and Ryan Hamilton of Smile Smile ) performing Bananarama's 80s classic "Cruel Summer" and The Davenports take on Wham's "Freedom".







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Graham Alexander and Andrew Curry



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    Official Website for Graham Alexander

    Official Website for Mike Doughty

    Official Website for People On Vacation

    Official Website for The Davenports


    Thursday, May 22, 2014

    Malika Dudley Interview on The Time Machine





    Two time Emmy nominee and certified meteorologist, Malika Dudley was a radio guest on The Time Machine today. Malika was raised in Papa'ikou on the Hamakua Coast of Hawaii and tonight she appears as a contestant on NBC's "Hollywood Game Night". The free lance journalist resides on Maui and also runs a jewelry business. Malika not only has a black belt in karate but also wore the Miss Hawaii 2005 crown and Miss Congeniality at Miss America 2006. In addition to her two Emmy nominations, she also was awarded as an Edward R Murrow Regional Winner 2011 for Best Hard News Reporting: Hawaii's Tsunami Damage. On the lighter side, Malika shared her game show adventure with the radio audience about what it was like playing with "Hot In Cleveland" cast members Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick with host Jane Lynch.





    Music featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck featured The Bangles.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Malika Dudley



    Malika Dudley on Twitter

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    Official Website for Surfer Girl Jewelry

    Surfer Girl Jewelry on ETSY

    Official Website for Life's Swell


    Saturday, May 17, 2014

    Jim Basnight Interview and Performance on The Time Machine





    Rocker and singer-songwriter Jim Basnight was a musical guest on The Time Machine. Jim's career has received acclaim from critics all over the world and he shared his perspective and stories from his days with The Moberlys, The Rockinghams and his solo output. The Time Machine crew and staff were excited to have Jim perform live in the studio. Special thanks to Larry John for making it happen and to both producers Jenny Leong and Summer Blue for keeping us in check so as not to shame the island of Maui with our silly antics on the FM dial.


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    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview and performance with Jim Basnight



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    Wednesday, May 14, 2014

    Al Jarreau Interview and Andrew Curry Debuts Graham Alexander and Bleu on The Time Machine





    Al Jarreau is truly an iconic musical legend. The multiple Grammy award winning artist is Maui bound for a concert and The Time Machine Crew were honored to have this gifted and talented artist as a guest on the broadcast. Al shared with the radio audience his love for music and expression. Host Michael McCartney and Al Jarreau went over a wide variety of topics on the show covering breakfast bowls of cereal to his upcoming album tribute to George Duke along with the pop success of his music to supplying the theme to the groundbreaking eighties ABC television series "Moonlighting". Al Jarreau and Michael McCartney personally discussed their connection with the tragedy of September 11th, 2001. Michael also asked Al why the musical world of Hip-Hop has not yet come clean to site Jarreau as an early major influence and the real story as to how Paul McCartney ended up singing Sam Cooke's classic "Bring It On Home To Me" on his album with Lahaina resident George Benson.

    Andrew Curry returned to the broadcast to debut two brand new songs for the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Both Bleu and Graham Alexander made their world broadcast debuts with cool covers. The first song that Andrew shared was Bleu's rocking cover of "Don't You Worry About Me" from Simple Minds featured in the eighties film classic "The Breakfast Club". Graham Alexander's took the late Kirsty MacColl's "They Don't Know About Us" single from 1979 that was also a Top 40 hit for actress Tracey Ullman a few years later (which Kirsty also sang as Tracey was unable to reach the super high notes of "Bay-ay-bee") and completely turned this incredible song upside down with a wonderful arrangement and a change of song title into "You Don't Care About Us". Both Graham and Bleu have been previous guests on The Time Machine broadcast so spinning these inspired covers on the Hawaiian airwaves was a musical treat for the radio staff.

    Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include L.E.O., Sounds Like Digging and Engelbert Humperdink with Shelby Lynne.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Al Jarreau and Andrew Curry



    Below: Al Jarreau's 1976 live performance of "Take Five"




    Below: Official music video for "We're In This Love Together" from Al Jarreau




    Below: Official music video for "Mornin'" from Al Jarreau




    Below: Official music video for "Roof Garden" from Al Jarreau




    Official Website for Al Jarreau

    "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion" on Facebook

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    Official Website for Bleu

    Official Website for Graham Alexander

    Official Website for Engelbert Humperdink

    Official Website for Shelby Lynne

    Official Website for the late Kirsty MacColl

    Sounds Like Digging on CD Baby


    Friday, May 09, 2014

    Phil Solem, Cliff Hillis, Elyse Haren and Andrew Curry Interview on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriters Phil Solem (The Rembrandts, Great Buildings and Thrush), Cliff Hillis, Elyse Haren (Elyse + the Aftermath)and Andrew Curry were recent guests on The Time Machine. Phil Solem and Danny Wilde had just performed as The Rembrandts on NBC's "The Today Show" to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hit television series "Friends". The theme song, "I'll Be There For You", remains a classic and memorable television show theme. It arrived on scene as the major networks began to really feel the pressure of their competition and suggested to all new series in production to not bother with an actual theme song and in many cases, keep a short five to ten second instrumental opening. The power of The Rembrandts performance clearly demonstrates the power of a catchy theme song to a television series. Twenty years later, it's nice to hear newer TV series like "The Goldbergs" and other sitcoms bringing theme songs back to network television. Phil's early band Great Buildings has been a staple of The Time Machine's playlists for thirty-three years and The Rembrandts remained in rotation since the duo's first album release in 1990. "That's Just The Way It Is, Baby" held onto the number one spot on The Time Machine's playlists for three months. Quite a feat that year, considering the massive airplay and radio requests for many songs off of Paul McCartney's 1989 album "Flowers In The Dirt", Aerosmith, Madonna, Pebbles, Phil Collins, Wilson Phillips, Billy Joel, Lou Gramm, Janet Jackson, Tommy Page, Rod Stewart, Sinéad O'Connor, Bell Biv Devoe, Mariah Carey, Billy Idol, En Vogue, Nelson, Heart, Maxi Priest, Alannah Myles, Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville, After 7, Taylor Dayne, Prince, Tom Petty, Depeche Mode, Bad English, Go West, Chicago, Gloria Estefan, Faith No More, Paula Abdul and Hawaii's very own Glenn Medeiros featuring Bobby Brown topping the charts around the world. The Time Machine Crew were hot and heavy back then on Maui's Top 40 powerhouse KMVI. Are you ready for this bit of information? The number one radio station in 1990 was not on FM but on the AM dial. Personality radio with big hits and classic songs from rock and roll's past along with Hawaiian music made KMVI AM 55 one of Maui's heritage radio stations that was embraced by the community and visitors alike. Getting sentimental just typing this out...

    The Time Machine Crew were excited to have Phil Solem return to the airwaves last year with his cover of the Rick Nelson classic "Just A Little Too Much" off of the Pop Garden Radio release "Legacy - A Tribute To Rick Nelson Vol. 1" and Phil also announced the fantastic news that The Rembrandts latest album will be released later this year. Phil just got together with Cliff Hillis and the two of them composed and recorded "Tonight" which made it's world broadcast debut on The Time Machine. Phil shared the details behind the new song with the radio audience that we thought it would be nice to quickly ask Cliff Hillis to return to the radio show and get his side of the story. The duo call themselves simply Solem & Hillis. Cliff had been on the radio show before and it was great catching up with the talented artist who is putting the final touches on his upcoming album. Cliff garnered a great deal of airplay for over the past year on The Time Machine with his cover contribution of Ian Matthews' classic 1979 Top 40 hit "Shake It" (written and originally recorded two years earlier in 1977 by Terence Boylan) to the double album "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute to Lite Rock" produced by Andrew Curry. Andrew Curry returned to the broadcast to debut two brand new songs for the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". The first song that Andrew shared was the inspired arrangement of Adam Ant's 1982 hit "Goody Two Shoes" from Jim Boggia featuring Pete Donnelly followed up with another world broadcast debut of Human League's international monster hit "Don't You Want Me" (it's the 23rd most successful single in UK Singles Chart history) that the über talented Chris Price and Rachel Hoodrich gave their musical magic touch to the 1981 classic that topped the charts during the Christmas season that year in the United Kingdom and later became a smash hit in the summer of 1982 in America.

    Elyse + the Aftermath released their sophomore album last month titled "Love and Armour" that is a tasty musical treat. The album has teeth with it's lyrical content and melodies. The gifted singer-songwriter Elyse Haren graced the FM dial and shared the inspiration behind her song "Stereo Kisses" and her thoughts behind covering the New Order song "True Faith". The new sound on the second album reflects Elyse's progression from pop rock into the electronic pop world and is being compared to Blondie, Garbage, the Killers and Goldfrapp, The album was co-produced by Andrew Williams and Chris Arena (Mirrorball Entertainment - Tony Maserati) and mixed by Mark Needham (Killers, Fleetwood Mac, Imagine Dragons) and Andrew Williams (Five for Fighting, Jessica Simpson, Toad the Wet Sprocket). Elyse + the Aftermath shared the stage with world famous pop band Berlin and a staple of The Time Machine's playlist since the eighties (lead singer Terri Nunn was one of The Time Machine's favorite guest appearances on the radio show). Elyse + the Aftermath have toured the Southwestern Unites States three times, most notably to Austin, Texas to play the acclaimed SxSw Music Festival in 2011. The second album "Love & Armour", was fully funded by their fans through Pledge Music, with a portion of the funds raised to be donated to the Keep a Breast Foundation. Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include The Skies of America, Low Millions, Take That, Fountains of Wayne, The Rembrandts and Great Buildings.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interviews with Phil Solem, Chris Hillis, Elyse Haren and Andrew Curry



    Below: Official music video for "Novocaine" by Elyse + the Aftermath




    Below: Official music lyric video for "Stereo Kisses" by Elyse + the Aftermath




    Below: Official music video for "Love Fever" by Elyse + the Aftermath




    Below: Official music video for "Start Again" by Cliff Hillis




    Below: Official music video for "Keep The Blue Skies" by Cliff Hillis




    Below: Music video for "The Way She Smiles" by The Rembrandts




    Below: Official music video for "That's Just The Way It Is, Baby" by The Rembrandts




    Below: Music fan video for "I'll Be There For You" (Theme from "Friends") by The Rembrandts




    Below: Official music video for "Someone" by The Rembrandts






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    Official Website for Phil Solem

    Official Website for The Rembrandts

    Official Website for Cliff Hillis

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    The free MultiTracks on iTunes for the Solem & Hillis single "Tonight" and other songs

    "Legacy - A Tribute To Rick Nelson Vol. 1" on Bandcamp

    Official Website for Elyse + the Aftermath

    Elyse + the Aftermath on Twitter

    Elyse + the Aftermath on Facebook

    Official Website for Jim Boggia

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    Official Website for Pete Donnelly

    Pete Donnelly on Twitter

    Official Website for Chris Price

    Chris Price on Twitter

    Official Website for Rachel Goodrich

    Rachel Goodrich on Twitter

    Official Website for Rob Bonfiglio

    Official Website for Michael Chaves of Low Millions

    Official Website for Adam Cohen of Low Millions

    Low Millions on Twitter

    Official Website for Fountains of Wayne

    Official Website for Take That


    Monday, May 05, 2014

    Michael Laine Hildebrandt of Bubble Gum Orchestra Interview on The Time Machine





    "ELO Forever" is a new single being released on May 6th from Bubble Gum Orchestra. It's a track off of the upcoming July 1st album release "Beyond Time". "ELO Forever" takes the song titles and lyrics of various songs from the Electric Light Orchestra and weaves them into a song. Michael Laine Hildebrandt was a musical guest on The Time Machine to share the forthcoming single with the radio audience.

    New music also heard on this Hawaiian afternoon FM aircheck include songs from Mike Viola and Orianthi. Others artists featured on this broadcast include Paul McCartney, Eric Carmen, The Tories, Electric Light Orchestra, Fountains of Wayne and Susanna Hoffs.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Bubble Gum Orchestra's Michael Laine Hildebrandt



    Official Website for Bubble Gum Orchestra

    Official Website for the Electric Light Orchestra and Jeff Lynne

    Official Website for Susanna Hoffs

    Official Website for Paul McCartney

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Fountains of Wayne

    Official Website for Eric Carmen

    Official Website for Orianthi



    Thursday, May 01, 2014

    David Mead and Secret Friend World Broadcast Debuts from Andrew Curry on The Time Machine





    Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine this week with two more brand new eighties covers making their world broadcast debut from the forthcoming release "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion" Singer-songwriter David Mead's wonderful take on the Duran Duran classic "Save A Prayer" and Secret Friend's cool version of "West End Girls" featuring the vocals of Bradley Dean Whyte that was a huge international hit for the Pet Shop Boys both got airplay this week. Andrew shared the details with the radio audience about these two songs.

    New music also heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include songs from Eric Barao and Fernando Perdomo. Others artists featured on this broadcast include Courtney Jaye and Ryan Powers & The Secret Weapons.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Andrew Curry debuting David Mead and Secret Friend



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    Official Website for David Mead

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    Official Website for Secret Friend

    Official Website for Fernando Perdomo

    Official Website for Courtney Jaye

    Official Website for Eric Barao

    Official Website for Ryan Powers & The Secret Weapons



    Wednesday, April 23, 2014

    Chris Collingwood, Rachael Yamagata, Andrew Curry and David Myhr Inteviews on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata returns to The Time Machine along with Fountains of Wayne's Chris Collingwood to debut brand new songs with Andrew Curry for the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Both Chris and Rachael discuss their cover arrangements of two eighties classics for the album. "Life In A Northern Town" from Dream Academy gets the treatment from Chris Collingwood with Winterpills adding to those wonderful harmonies. The Culture Club's massive worldwide radio hit "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" truly gets the magic touch from Rachael Yamagata that her fans around the globe have embraced. Another new song from Rachael is also featured on the broadcast that was a collaboration with composer David Das for the motion picture soundtrack "The Appearing" starring Emily Brooks, Will Wallace, Don Swayze and Dean Cain. The Lionsgate film released in March from director Daric Gates can currently be seen on demand online at Amazon. In addition to the haunting sound that Rachael and David have created for the film's closing credits, "Disappear" features the incredible violin playing of Songa Lee. A disclaimer should be added to this as one of The Time Machine's radio show hosts, Michael McCartney, also served as Music Supervisor for the movie (which he humbly admits that all he really did was get the two creative forces of David Das and Rachael Yamagata together for the film's score). Kicking off the broadcast is another return guest. Rocker and singer-songwriter David Myhr's song "Record Collection" has been receiving heavy airplay on The Time Machine for over a year following the release of his wonderful debut album "Soundshine" two years ago, the co-founding member of The Merrymakers made available to the FM airwaves of Hawaii this catchy tune that frames a relationship down to musical tastes between two people's own personal music collections. Many of our radio listening audience gravitated towards this song's lyrics and melodies and now that song is included in David Myhr's brand new upcoming digital EP release this May 5th. The Time Machine Crew couldn't happier that the EP is titled "Record Collection" and is a delight from beginning to end. "Boom Boom Beat" also makes a debut on David's forthcoming EP featuring Puffy Amiyumi.

    Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include Fountains of Wayne, Robbie Fulks, Jon Brion, Mike Viola and Puffy AmiYumi (aka Puffy).







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Chris Collingwood, Rachael Yamagata, Andrew Curry and David Myhr



    Below: Official music video for "Record Collection" by David Myhr




    Below: Official music video for "The Summer Place" by Fountains of Wayne




    Below: Live concert performance in Chicago 2009 of "Valley Winter Song" from Fountains of Wayne




    Below: Official music video for "Someone To Love" by Fountains of Wayne starring Demetri Martin and Faryl Amadeus




    Below: Official music video for "Even If I Don't" by Rachael Yamagata




    Below: Official music video for "Starlight" by Rachael Yamagata




    Below: Official music video for "Got You Where He Wanted" by David Myhr




    Below: Official music video for "Looking For A Life" by David Myhr




    Below: Official music video for the Abbey Road version of "Never Mine" by David Myhr featured on his upcoming EP "Record Collection






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    Official Website for Fountains Of Wayne

    Official Website for Rachael Yamagata

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    Official Website for David Das

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    Official Website for the motion picture soundtrack to "The Appearing"

    Official Website for David Myhr

    David Myhr on Twitter

    Official Website for Winterpills

    Winterpills on Twitter

    Official Website for Robbie Fulks

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Puffy AmiYumi



    Christian Migliorese of The Feels Interview on The Time Machine





    Rocker and singer-songwriter Christian Migliorese was our guest earlier this week on The Time Machine. Christian is the driving force behind the debut release "Dead Skin" this week from The Feels. Music lovers of hooks and melodies will appreciate the Power Pop feel of the uptempo songs and the honest emotions on the slower tempo tunes that ring true. The talented artist, who also is a member of the rock band Candy Hearts, discussed his early influences and shared with the radio audience his thoughts about his new set of songs.

    Brand new music was also featured by other artists on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck including Mike Viola, Lisa Loeb, Identical Suns, Susanna Hoffs and The Nines. Also heard on the radio show were both Green Day and David Myhr.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Christian Migliorese of The Feels



    Below: Official music video for "Bad Idea" by Candy Hearts




    The Feels on Bandcamp

    The Feels on Facebook

    Official Website for Green Day

    Official Website for Lisa Loeb

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Twitter for Susanna Hoffs

    Official Twitter for David Myhr

    The Nines on MySpace Music

    Identical Suns on ReverbNation

    Identical Suns on Facebook



    Saturday, April 19, 2014

    Ken Stringfellow, Karla Kane, Fernando Perdomo and Andrew Curry Interviews on The Time Machine





    Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine this week to debut two more songs from the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Andrew shared Ken Stringfellow's arrangement of The Blow Monkey's "Digging Your Scene" and the Madness classic "Our House" performed by The Corner Laughers. Both songs made their world broadcast debut this past week and it was a perfect opportunity to have singer-songwriter and producer Ken Stringfellow (The Posies, Big Star and R.E.M.) on the broadcast to discuss his participation with the forthcoming release along with singer-songwriter Karla Kane talking about her bands The Corner Laughers and Agony Aunts. This week also saw the release of Fernando Perdomo's latest song "Girl With A Record Collection" off of his upcoming album "Warm" along with a music video of the single to coincide with National Record Store Day. Fernando returned to The Time Machine for a conversation about record stores and the women who love their record collections.

    A brand new stripped down cover of the seventies classic Raspberries song "Go All The Way" from Lisa Mychols was also featured on the radio show. Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include The Posies, Mike Viola, Brian Ray, The Bangles, Cheap Trick, Teenage Fanclub, Courtney Jaye and Second Saturday.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Ken Stringfellow, Karla Kane of The Corner Laughers, Fernando Perdomo and Andrew Curry



    Below: Official music video for Fernando Perdomo's "Girl With A Record Collection"




    Below: Official music video for Ken Stringfellow's "Superwise"






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    Official Website for Monsters Of Lite Rock

    Official Website for Ken Stringfellow

    Official Website for The Posies

    Official Website for The Corner Laughers

    Official Website for Fernando Perdomo

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Lisa Mychols

    Official Website for Brian Ray

    Official Website for The Bangles

    Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk and Second Saturday

    Official Website for Cheap Trick

    Official Website for Teenage Fanclub

    Official Website for Courtney Jaye


    Thursday, April 10, 2014

    The Time Machine with Andrew Curry's Broadcast Debuts of Tracy Bonham, The Wellingtons and Eric Barao from Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion





    Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine last week with more exciting news about the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Andrew debuted Taylor Locke's cover of Billy Idol's "Dancin' With Myself" on The Time Machine the previous week and now that Pandora's eighties box has been opened, three more songs made their world broadcast debut this past week. All three musical acts have made an impact on The Time Machine's playlists. Rocker and singer-songwriter Tracy Bonham first landed on the Hawaiian airwaves in 1996 with "Mother Mother" from her debut album "The Burdens of Being Upright" and remained a staple on our playlists ever since. Tracy's arrangement of "Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This" by The Eurythmics makes use of strings in a wonderful way. The Wellingtons have been filling the radio dial on Maui with their super catchy songs filled with hooks that stick inside your head long after the songs are over. They chose to cover Yazoo's "Only You" that would make Yaz's Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke proud. Finally, Eric Barao was one of The Time Machine's most played artists on the air for 2013. Eric decision to offer his take on the Gloria Jones' classic "Tainted Love" that enjoyed an entire new life in 1981 from Soft Cell that resulted in an international success and remains stamped as a solid eighties evergreen to dance to, is given an extremely layered sound. The homage is absolute pure pop bliss. The staff of The Time Machine swore they heard an ukulele or a guitar had a capo up high on the neck.

    Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include Dexy's Midnight Runners, Tears For Fears and Bananarama.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Andrew Curry and the debut of eighties covers from Tracy Bonham, The Wellingtons and Eric Barao



    "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion" on Facebook

    Official Website for Monsters Of Lite Rock

    Official Website for Tracy Bonham

    Official Website for The Wellingtons

    Official Website for Eric Barao

    Official Website for Dexy's Midnight Runners

    Official Website for Bananarama

    Official Twitter for Tears For Fears


    Monday, March 31, 2014

    Andrew Curry Returns To The Time Machine





    Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine last week with exciting news about an upcoming album project. In 2012, Andrew became a semi-regular guest on The Time Machine's broadcast over Maui's FM dial, revealing one song after another over several months of an album project being put together titled "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". The double album release was a success in 2013. Most reviewers loved the concept of mostly Powerpop musical acts recording their versions of those "lite rock" classic radio hits of the late seventies to early eighties. Twenty-eight songs from an incredible group of artists including Mike Viola, Bleu, Lisa Mychols, Seth Swirsky, Willie Wisely, Mike Ruekberg, Kyle Vincent, Michael Carpenter, Linus of Hollywood, Brandon Schott and Kelly Jones are just a brief list of the musical talent on that album's roster. It's now the Spring of 2014 and the songs off of that collection are still garnering massive airplay on The Time Machine after nearly a year of the album's release. This time around, Andrew has decided to bring together another group of artist to tackle the wonderful musical period in the eighties affectionately called the Second British Invasion. With the music industry's new best friend on cable television called MTV, bands from not only America but the United Kingdom enjoyed tremendous success due to this exposure primarily between 1982 to 1986. Duran Duran, The Culture Club, ABC, The Thompson Twins, The Eurythmics and Tears For Fears are just a handful of acts that were part of this trend. Even acts that were already established before this time frame like The Pretenders (fronted by American Chrissie Hynde), Squeeze and The Police were swept up in the Second British Invasion. The crop of today's artists that are to be a part of this upcoming tribute is a list to wet your musical palate but we'll hold back on naming them all for now, as we'll be doing over the next few months leading up to the release, but Andrew did announce during the interview that The Wellingtons and Ken Stringfellow have finished their recording sessions. The first artist to complete a studio session and submit his cover of Billy Idol's "Dancing With Myself" to make its world broadcast debut to tease us about this promising new project was Taylor Locke. Taylor has been a musical guest on The Time Machine in the past sharing his thoughts behind both Taylor Locke & The Roughs and the band Rooney that he co-founded. If you're a fan of Shakin' Stevens and the other British acts that incorporated a little bit of rockabilly into their eighties music, then you'll dig what Taylor Locke has done with the Billy Idol rocker.

    Another brand spanking new episode of "Love Bites" was presented on the Hawaiian airwaves from HonestlyLisa.com's Lisa Orkin and Robbie Rist. New music also heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include songs from Nelson Bragg, Mike Viola, Eric Barao and Sounds Like Digging, Others artists featured on this broadcast include Linda Ronstadt, The Smith Bros., Outerstar, Wang Chung, Oingo Boingo, ABC, Men At Work, The Jacksons, Kenny Loggins, Billy Joel, Trooper and Squeeze.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Andrew Curry and the debut of Taylor Locke's cover of "Dancing With Myself"



    "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion" on Facebook

    Official Website for Monsters Of Lite Rock

    Official Website for Lisa Orkin's "Love Bites" on HonestlyLisa.com

    Official Website for Taylor Locke & The Roughs

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Eric Barao

    Nelson Bragg on CD Baby

    Sounds Like Digging on CD Baby


    Monday, March 17, 2014

    John B. Sebastian Interview on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter John B. Sebastian was our guest on The Time Machine last week. A co-founding member of The Lovin' Spoonful along with Zal Yanovsky, Steve Boone and Joe Butler in 1965 led to a string of timeless radio hits and cherry album tracks. Today is John's 70th birthday and he'll be celebrating his birthday week with three concerts here on Maui, Hawaii and Kauai. In honor of this wonderful musical auspicious occasion, The Time Machine Radio Crew were excited to have John as a guest to share his thoughts behind his sixties and seventies solo success that continues to touch music fans all over the globe. The gifted artist has recorded and performed to this very day with a genuine heart that no matter what project he tackles with his talent, he delivers an honest body of work that reaches the soul of an appreciative audience.


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    Click here to listen or download the interview with John B. Sebastian




    Official Website for John B. Sebastian

    Peter Gerstenzang's 2011 Interview with John B. Sebastian

    Saturday, March 08, 2014

    My Impersonal Life


    Just another random Maui afternoon FM radio aircheck of The Time Machine broadcast. It was raining throughout the state of Hawaii in early March 2014 and radio host Michael McCartney featured new music from Orianthi, Eric Barao, Adrien Reju, Chris Price, Wyatt Funderburk, Lannie Flowers, The Bayonets, Bonnie Raitt, Haim, Clay Howard, Explorers Club, Rob Bonfiglio and Adam Daniel.


    Other artists featured on this FM broadcast include The Welllingtons, Walter Egan, Cheap Trick, The Smith Bros., San Cisco, Ricci Martin, Airwaves, Sherbet, KC Bowman and Blue Rose.







    Click here to listen or download the Maui FM radio aircheck




    Friday, February 28, 2014

    Adrien Reju Returns To The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Adrien Reju returned to The Time Machine radio broadcast. On her previous appearance, the gifted and talented artist shared the inspiration for some of her songs on her 2012 EP "Lucky Ones" and her 2008 album "A Million Hearts". The talented artist worked with the bluegrass outfit The Lowlands and the rootsy trio Angel Band. Her classically trained voice (she was a member of the Metropolitan Opera’s children’s choir) brings an incredible depth of emotion to her performances onstage and in the recording studio. The Time Machine has Adrien's latest single in heavy rotation, her cover of Tom Wait's 1973 classic "I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You" off of his debut album "Closing Time". Radio host Michael McCartney was excited to find another kindred spirit in Adrien Reju because of their shared loved for "Jem & The Holograms". Listen to the revealing interview that results in Adrien singing a song from Jem & The Holograms.


    In addition to the music of Adrien Reju, brand new music can also be heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck from Phil Ajjarapu, Milla Maria & Esa Linna and Michael Carpenter. Music was also featured from Andrew Gold, The Smith Bros., The Lovin' Spoonful, Paul Carrack and Rupert Holmes.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Adrien Reju



    Below: Adrien Reju's performance of Tom Wait's "I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You





    Official Website for Adrien Reju

    Adrien Reju on Bandcamp

    Adrien Reju on Twitter

    Adrien Reju on Facebook


    Saturday, February 15, 2014

    Sheri Miller Co-Hosts Valentine's Weekend on The Time Machine featuring an Interview with Rick Vito





    Singer-songwriter Sheri Miller joined Michael McCartney as co-host of The Time Machine on Valentine's Weekend. The gifted artist released her latest single "February 14 (I Don't Want A Valentine)" and shared the details behind the new song. Her songs "I Could Love You Still" and "Waste My Breath" were also discussed on the broadcast. Both Sheri Miller and co-host Michael McCartney reveal their early relationships, crushes and the downhill direction of Valentines dating scenarios that formed who they are today. Listen to the show as quickly as you possibly can before both Sheri and Michael change their minds about what they shared about themselves on the air and request the producers and webmaster to take down this broadcast as a podcast.


    Special moments with singer-songwriters Susanna Hoffs, Mike Viola, Schuyler Fisk and Rick Vito (sharing the stories behind songs for McGuinn, Clark & Hillman and Fleetwood Mac) dropping in on the broadcast are also featured on this radio show as well as new music featured from Wyatt Funderburk, Eric Barao, Schulyer Fisk, Mike Viola & Lucy Woodward, Pharrell Williams and Susanna Hoffs.



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    Love themed songs of jubilation and unrequited heartbreak tunes featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include a wide variety of artists; The Beatles, Squeeze, The Partridge Family, The Smith Bros., Bread, The Ronettes, The Sinceros, Simply Red, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Toni Braxton, The Pretenders, The Singles, Paul Carrack, Michael Franks, Aimee Mann, James Taylor, Fleetwood Mac, Carly Simon, Butch Walker and McGuinn, Clark & Hillman.







    Click here to listen or download the Valentines Weekend radio aircheck with Sheri Miller




    Official Website for Sheri Miller

    Official Website for Rick Vito

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Lucy Woodward

    Official Website for Schuyler Fisk

    Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk

    Official Website for Eric Barao

    Official Website for Pharrell Williams

    Official Website for Susanna Hoffs


    Friday, February 14, 2014

    Whitney Wolanin Interview on Valentine's Day on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Whitney Wolanin was our guest on The Time Machine. The talented artist shared the world broadcast debut of her upcoming single "Forever" to be released on March 17th.



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    The gifted vocalist has been a big part of The Time Machine's playlist for nearly a decade.



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    She's delivered one incredible performance after another from her own personal material to covering timeless classics from other songwriters.



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    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Whitney Wolanin




    Video Below: Official music lyric video for "Forever" by Whitney Wolanin



    Video Below: Official music video for "Honesty" from Whitney Wolanin





    Official Website for Whitney Wolanin

    Whitney Wolanin on Facebook

    Whitney Wolanin on Twitter

    Whitney Wolanin's YouTube Channel



    Saturday, February 01, 2014

    Stephen Bishop Debuts New Album BE HERE THEN on The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop returned to The Time Machine radio broadcast to share his thoughts behind his brand new album release "Be Here Then". The gifted and talented artist has long been one of The Time Machine's favorite return guests who is always fun to grace the Hawaiian airwaves. The current focus track "Pretty Baby" is in heavy rotation on The Time Machine's playlists and Stephen discusses the inspiration behind his latest batch of songs. Also presented on the radio show is the unreleased song "Linda, Linda" that Stephen Bishop and Andrew Gold recorded in 2003.


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    In addition to the music of Stephen Bishop, brand new music can also be heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck from Eric Carmen, Wyatt Funderburk, Paul McCartney, Courtney Jaye and Mike Viola. Music was also featured from Robert Gordon, The Smith Bros., The Knack, Lisa Loeb, The Sinceros, Rachael Yamagata, Marilyn Martin & Phil Collins, Schuyler Fisk and The Bangles. Plus another new episode of "Love Bites" from HonestlyLisa.com with Lisa Orkin and Robbie Rist.







    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Stephen Bishop



    Official Website for Stephen Bishop

    Official Website for Andrew Gold

    Official Website for Paul McCartney

    Official Website for Eric Carmen

    Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk

    Official Website for Courtney Jaye

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for Lisa Orkin's "Love Bites" on HonestlyLisa.com