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    Tuesday, October 17, 2006

    Lily Wilson Hosts "The Time Machine" with Michael McCartney


    Talented singer-songwriter Lily Wilson was our guest on The Time Machine earlier this year and you can read her quick blurb about playing DJ for an afternoon on her website:

    I'm just settling back into the rain-soaked "Southland," after some family time in Hawaii. I don't know if I'm ready to be back...


    So, while I was on Maui, I had the great opportunity of being a guest on Michael McCartney's show, "The Time Machine" on Mana'o Radio. For over two hours, we chatted, I played some tunes, AND I got to play DJ, which was my favorite part. It was such a fun time - by far the best interview I've had.




    Lily found early inspiration in the records her parents played; Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young, The Beatles, and Janis Joplin. When she moved to Spain at age nineteen, she was greatly inspired by the Flamenco music she heard in the gypsy caves above the city, and she began performing on street corners and in tea shops all over Andalusia.

    Her first album, "Winter Song", was recorded in Hawaii, where she spent a year writing and recording with White Termite Records, an independent label on Maui.

    It was during this time on Maui that she collaborated with Adam Seymour, guitarist for The Pretenders, and Susie Hug, lead-singer of the Katydids, who both helped produce and played on the record.

    She then moved to Los Angeles where she wrote and recorded her second, self-titled album with producer Jim West and Westernmost Music.

    Lily's solo travels through Chile and Argentina provided the inspiration for the 12 new songs (two in Spanish) which make up her latest album on CD, "Stargazer", recorded in L.A. with producer/ Melissa Etheridge bassist, Mark Browne.

    Now based in Los Angeles, Lily performs all over California and the Southwest, continues to write and record with Mark Browne, and has also been lending her voice to other artists projects. She has sung with Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, Alison Krauss, Kenny Loggins, and Melissa Ehteridge .


    Lily Wilson's Official Website

    Lily Wilson on MySpace Music

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