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    Wednesday, September 29, 2010

    James Patrick Phelan Interview






    Just another day in paradise on the FM dial with radio hosts Summer Blue, Daphne Matsumoto and Michael McCartney spinning tunes, old and new. Rocker James Patrick Phelan was a guest on The Time Machine last week. James has an EP titled "The Melody Tapes Part 1". The songs were recorded at Robbie Rist's Valley Hollah Studios in Woodland Hills, California. Robbie produced and engineered the music for the EP and there are another batch of songs on the way for "The Melody Tapes Part 2". James gave The Time Machine a chance at playing the songs the past few weeks on the air. James played rhythm guitar on the tracks featured on the broadcast along with Brian Forsythe (from KIX and Rhinobucket) on guitars, Roger Joseph Manning (Beck, Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, Moog Cookbook and TV Eyes) on keyboards and Moog synthesizers and Robbie Rist on six and twelve string basses plus drums. "The Melody Tapes Part 1" featuring the single "The Day After You" is available on iTunes (United States, Japan, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom), Rhapsody and Shockhound in December.



    This Maui afternoon FM aircheck with Summer, Daphne and Michael have the trio not only playing new material from James Patrick Phelan, but they also featured brand new songs from Robbie and Seth (the duo of Robbie Rist and Seth Gordon currently gigging around the country as the "Robbie and Seth Beg Forgiveness Tour"), the latest R. Stevie Moore production with Beth Sorrentino covering Curt Boettcher's song "I'm Not Living Here" (that both his band The Ballroom recorded in 1967 [not released until decades later] and released by Sagittarius in 1968), Stratocruiser, The Rubinoos, Jason Falkner, Smash Palace, Nushu, Palmdale, Farrah, Jeremy Messersmith and Paramore. Other artists heard on this broadcast include; Throwback Suburbia, Billy Joel, Mike Viola, Roy Orbison, James Carter Cathcart, Pete Best Band, Josie & The Pussycats, The Smith Bros., Carole King and the foursome of Joey Curatolo, Amy Miles, Chris Anderson and Charles Gansa with "Love Take Me Down (To The Streets).




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    James Patrick Phelan on MySpace Music

    Official Website for Robbie and Seth

    Official Website for Throwback Suburbia

    Official Website for Stratocruiser

    Official Website for The Smith Bros.

    Official Website for Smash Palace

    Official Website for Jeremy Messersmith

    Official Website for Nushu

    Official Website for Jason Falkner

    Official Website for Palmdale

    Official Website for The Rubinoos

    Official Website for Paramore

    Official Website for Pete Best

    Official Website for Farrah

    Official Website for Mike Viola

    Official Website for R. Stevie Moore

    Dedication Website for Suddenly, Tammy! (Beth Sorrentino's former band)

    James Carter Cathcart on MySpace Music



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    Monday, September 27, 2010

    Rob Schneider and Bari Leigh Interviews on The Time Machine






    Actor and comedian Rob Schneider was a guest on The Time Machine this past week. Rob was on Maui for a comedy concert in Lahaina at the Maui Celebrity Series hosted by Brian Evans. The Maui Celebrity Series is now up to eight performances. If you're a Maui resident or planning a future visit to Lahaina, make sure to check out the link below for the Maui Celebrity Series' upcoming live performances. Rob discussed his latest comedy album "Repeat Offender" and some of the tracks were featured on the broadcast. Radio host Michael McCartney taught Rob before the broadcast about a regional pidgin slang that Rob had never been aware of before. Rob's been to Hawaii a number of times during his life and was only familiar with the pidgin slang "Brah" often heard in short sentences like "Howzit Brah!". Michael wasn't sure if it was just a Maui slang but he shared "Shoots Brah!" with Rob who thought it was funny enough to incorporate into his concert act in front of the Hawaii audience. The Time Machine's Executive Producer Jenny Leong was convinced that Michael may have oversold it on the air but she couldn't stop laughing when Rob said it from stage several times. Rob Schneider owned the audience like a rock icon. If Rob comes to your town on his comedy tour be sure to see him.








    Singer-songwriter Bari Leigh was also a guest on the program. Her debut EP is filled with strong songs that sound great blasting over the FM dial and make great car cruising music. Joining in the musical fun are collaborators Mike Ruekberg, Willie Wisely and John Fields who are no strangers to The Time Machine's playlist over the years along with Andy Thompson, Kristin Mooney and Chris Heinrich. Bari shared with the radio audience the various stories behind her catchy songs. Bari is an artist that is ready to share her craft with the world since she began writing songs at age seven in Darnestown, Maryland. As a teenager, she found her voice and her life’s passion. Bari’s music has been described as a slant of country, infused with pop and heartfelt soul.









    In addition to Rob Schneider and Bari Leigh, brand new songs from Gary U.S. Bonds and Left On Red are also featured. Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM radio broadcast include; Nelson Bragg, Rachael Yamagata, Julian Lennon, Puffy AmiYumi, Tom Petty, Beatles, The Smith Bros., Old 97's, Klaatu, Lee Cataluna & Tony Gillis, Hanson and Bon Jovi.



    Click here to listen or download the interviews with Rob Schneider and Bari Leigh on The Time Machine










    Official Website for Rob Schneider

    Rob Schneider Music Foundation

    Order Rob Schneider's album "Repeat Offender" at Oglio's Website

    Official Website for Bari Leigh

    Bari Leigh on MySpace Music

    Bari Leigh on Facebook

    Bari Leigh on Twitter

    The Maui Celebrity Series



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