Lannie Flowers, Ryan Robinson and Andrew Curry Interviews On The Time Machine
Rocker Lannie Flowers returns to The Time Machine with his brand new song "I Could Ask You" co-written with songwriter Elizabeth Racz. Monsters Of Lite Rock's Andrew Curry also returns to the radio show to feature another radio debut from the upcoming late April release of "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". This time around, Second Saturday's Wyatt Funderburk, has his version of the classic Michael Johnson song "Bluer Than Blue" make its world broadcast debut. Singer-songwriter Ryan Robinson also shared stories behind a few of his songs off of his debut release "A Couch To Call Home" released last month.
Two other songs made their global radio debut from the Electric Light Orchestra and Robert Gay. "One Day" is a bonus track from the forthcoming re-release and remastered "Zoom" from ELO that will be released on April 23rd, along with a live ELO album and a remastered "Armchair Theater" which was Jeff Lynne's first solo album that finally returns to the digital world. All three albums will be released with bonus tracks on the same day. Robert Gay's song "Katie" is one of the many fine songs found on his latest release "When I Was Young". Other songs heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include David Myhr's "Record Collection", The Smith Bros. with "The Time Machine (Keep Listening)" and Elvis Costello & The Attractions with Daryl Hall performing the 1984 classic "The Only Flame In Town".
Official Website for Lannie Flowers
Elizabeth Racz on Reverb Nation
Ryan Robinson Band on Facebook
Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk
Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock on Facebook
Official Website for Robert Gay
Official Website for Jeff Lynne and The Electric Light Orchestra
Official Website for David Myhr