The Throwdowns Interview on The Time Machine
The rockin' band The Throwdowns were on The Time Machine last week. We've enjoyed playing their energetic songs from their debut album "Don't Slow Down" since late July. After the group's songs have dominated our playlists the past few months, all four members sat in our studios along with a box of donuts that took a sugar high to a new level. Bassist Kimo Clark, drummer Ian Hollingsworth, lead guitarist Ola Shaw and guitarist/vocalist Erin Smith chatted with Ashley Starr and Michael McCartney about their music.
Ashley Starr and Michael McCartney also featured new music on this Maui afternoon FM radio broadcast from Mark Hudson, Rachael Yamagata and Kings Of Leon. New music from James Carter Cathcart's latest album "I Was Missing You" closed out the broadcast with "It's A Beautiful Thing". Soupy Sales had passed away hours earlier before the broadcast so The Time Machine spun his radio hit from 1965. Our hearts go out to his wife Trudy Carson and his two sons from his previous marriage to Barbara Fox, musicians Tony Sales and Hunt Sales. Songs from other artists also heard on this radio broadcast include; Sarah Hudson, Social Distortion, The Smith Bros., Butch Walker, Fountains Of Wayne, Liz Phair, The Major Labels and Jeff Lynne.
The Throwdowns on MySpace Music
Official Website for Mark Hudson
Sarah Hudson at Official Website for Ultraviolet Sound
Official Website for Rachael Yamagata
Official Website for Kings Of Leon
James Carter Cathcart on MySpace Music
Official Website for Butch Walker
Official Website for Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra
The Major Labels on MySpace Music
Official Website for Mike Viola
Official Website for Bleu
Official Website for Social Distortion
Official Website for Liz Phair
Official Website for The Smith Bros.
Official Website for Fountains Of Wayne
Labels: Ashley Starr, Erin Smith, Hawaii, Ian Hollingsworth, interview, James Carter Cathcart, Kimo Clark, Mark Hudson, Maui, Michael McCartney, Ola Shaw, pop, Rachael Yamagata, radio, rock, Sarah Hudson, Throwdowns