Schuyler Fisk Interview on The Time Machine
Singer-songwriter Schuyler Fisk was a guest on The Time Machine last week to discuss her second album "Blue Ribbon Winner". The first album from the talented artist, "The Good Stuff", ended up being one of the most played albums for the year 2009 on The Time Machine due to fine songwriting and performances on songs like "Afterglow" and "Miss You". Maui's FM dial embraced Schuyler Fisk and The Time Machine Crew were thrilled to have her on the radio as a musical guest.
In addition to her musical chops (which includes her duo project FM Radio with Tim Myers of One Republic), Schuyler is an accomplished actor with a number of film and television roles. She can currently be seen in Gus Van Sant's latest motion picture "Restless".
Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon radio aircheck include Sissy Spacek, Marty Rudnick, Joshua Radin and Michael Carpenter.
Video Below: Schuyler Fisk's Official Music Video for "What Good Is Love"
Video Below: Schuyler Fisk performs "From Where I'm Standing" from the motion picture "I'm Reed Fish"
Video Below: Sneak Peak Into The Making Of The Album "Blue Ribbon Winner"
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Labels: Blue Ribbon Winner, FM Radio, Gus Van Sant, interview, Joshua Radin, Maui, pop, Rachael Yamagata, radio, rock, Schuyler Fisk, singer-songwriter, Sissy Spacek, The Babysitters Club, The Good Stuff, Tim Myers