Andrew Curry Debuts New "Lite Rock" from Paul Myers and Cliff Hillis
Record producer Andrew Curry from The Monsters Of Lite Rock website returns to The Time Machine to debut two brand new arrangements of classic songs from the forthcoming release "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". Andrew has become a fixture on The Time Machine Radio Show since late last year discussing the album project and featuring songs from this loving tribute for pop fans all over the world. This time around, making their world broadcast debut on the radio, were two wonderful arrangements from Cliff Hillis and Paul Myers. Cliff Hillis recorded Terence Boylan's 1977 song "Shake It" that Ian Matthews cut for his 1978 album "Stealin' Home", which became a number four hit single in 1979. Former guest on The Time Machine, Paul Myers (The Gravelberrys), pays homage to Michael Martin Murphey's "Wildfire", which was originally recorded at the famous Caribou Ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and released as a single in 1975, where it climbed to number two on the Billboard charts and number one on the Radio & Records charts.
Official Website for Cliff Hillis
Official Website for The Pulmyears Music Blog from Paul Myers
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