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    Wednesday, April 29, 2009

    The Bleachers Interview on The Time Machine








    Marco Brizuela and Joe Maloney from The Bleachers were musical guests on The Time Machine this past week. Drummer David Hines wasn't available but we hope to have him on the next time the band is on the broadcast. This talented trio has been making a musical buzz in Spin and Rolling Stone. We were honored to have them perform a couple of the new songs from their upcoming album as well as "Stolen" from their recent release "Conjure".


    Brand new songs from arists as diverse as Schuyler Fisk, Miles Nielsen, Tinted Windows and Glen Tilbrook & The Fluffers can also be heard on this afternoon FM broadcast. Other artists played by radio hosts Summer Blue and Michael McCartney include: Rusty Anderson, Michelle Lewis, Jude Cole, Mike Viola, Traveling Wilburys, Dave Edmunds, Brian Ray, Paul McCartney & Wings, Cheap Trick, Devo, Harold Faltermeyer and Fleetwood Mac. Producer Jenny Leong adds an audio trip to 1977 and air talent Kathy Collins joins in on the musical fun. Pat Dollenmayer, Mike Clark and Kris Phillips from The Smith Bros. hit the recording studio with their new theme song for The Time Machine radio show.






    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck for The Time Machine interview with Joe Maloney and Marco Brizuela from The Bleachers







    Official Website for The Bleachers


    The Bleachers on MySpace Music








    Official Website for Glen Tilbrook and The Fluffers

    Schuyler Fisk on MySpace Music

    Miles Nielsen on MySpace Music

    Official Website for Rusty Anderson

    Official Website for Brian Ray



    Below: Brian Ray recording "This Way Up"






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