Rick Hromadka of Maple Mars and Amy Holland Interview on The Time Machine
Radio hosts Daphne Matsumoto and Michael McCartney were thrilled to have two talented artists with their own unique styles grace the broadcast last week. Singer-songwriter Amy Holland was a guest on The Time Machine. She stopped by the studio to discuss her latest album "The Journey To Miracle River". We were excited that Amy was also our guest DJ and shared songs from other artists with the radio audience. Rocker and singer-singwriter, Rick Hromadka from the band Maple Mars, returned to The Time Machine to talk about the forthcoming album "Galaxyland" from Maple Mars to be released next month. Three new songs from the album were featured on the Maui afternoon FM broadcast including a cover of Mark Radice's 1971 song "New Day".
New music from Weezer and Courtney Jaye are also heard on PART ONE of this afternoon FM aircheck along with other artists including; The Smith Bros., Lisa Loeb, Rupert Holmes, Bobby Gaylor and Elton John.
PART TWO continues with singer-songwriter Amy Holland. In addition to her latest batch of songs, she also talks about music from her first two albums. Amy also cuts loose as guest DJ and spins songs from Joni Mitchell, Patrick Simmons, Gail Swanson & Michael McDonald, Henry Kapono, Fleetwood Mac, Gail Swanson & Willie Nelson, The Doobie Brothers and Aretha Franklin.
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Labels: Amy Holland, Cris Sommer Simmons, Daphne Matsumoto, Doobie Brothers, Double Naught Spies, Gail Swanson, interview, Maple Mars, Maui, Michael McCartney, Michael McDonald, Patrick Simmons, radio, Rick Hromadka