Jeff Daniels Interview on The Time Machine
Singer-songwriter Jeff Daniels returned to The Time Machine as musical guest. The three time Golden Globe nominee and Tony Award nominated actor has released his fifth album "Keep It Right Here" featuring Brad Phillips & Dominic John Davis. The talented mandolin and fiddle player Brad Phillips brings his craft to the album and bassist Dominic John Davis completes the overall sound of the record. Jeff has been a guest on the broadcast a number of times over the years and has been an audience favorite since his first album. The Time Machine Crew were excited to have Jeff return to the Hawaiian airwaves (considering that his first TV acting gig was on "Hawaii Five-0" - the radio staff has always had a place in their hearts for the career of Jeff Daniels).
With this fifth album release and the previous four albums (two of which are live performance albums), along with the last few years of sold out concerts, all proceeds go straight to the Purple Rose Theatre Company.
Jeff has four concert performances scheduled for this August but this March 19th is his last concert date until late summer. The show is in Brighton, Michigan at the Brighton Center For the Performing Arts. The Saturday evening performance begins at 8PM and tickets can be obtained at(586)556-3306.
Other artists featuring brand new songs heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include The Doobie Brothers and Rachael Yamagata.
Below Video: Jeff Daniels and Brad Phillips perform "When My Fingers Find Your Strings" on WRLT Lightning 100 in Nashville
Below Video: Jeff Daniels performs "Detroit Tigers" on "The Bob & Tom Show"
Below Video: Jack Daniels performs a condensed version of "It's Not That She Don't Love Me"
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