Sara Syms Interview and Andrew Curry Debuts Seth Swirsky Cover
Singer-songwriter Sara Syms was a guest on The Time Machine. The gifted artist shared with the Maui radio audience the inspiration behind her latest single "Dance On My Grave" from her forthcoming album. Her LP is currently taking pledges at IndieGoGo.com. 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, a favorite of The Time Machine's playlist for a long time as both a solo aritst and a member of The Red Button, Seth Swirsky has his version of the classic Henry Gross song "Shannon" make its world broadcast debut. The talented singer-songwriter, author, baseball enthusiast and film maker pays tribute to one of his favorite songs of the seventies. Andrew also shares The Popdudes covering Walter Egan's massive radio hit "Magnet and Steel" which made its debut on WMEL's "Pop Garden Radio" with Adam Waltemire at the beginning of the year.
Two new songs from Courtney Jaye's upcoming album "Love and Forgiveness" were featured on the radio show. The singer-songwriter is back on the airwaves with "Morning" and "Say Oh Say". Garnering more airplay were The Waking Hours with "Fools Rush In" off of the brand new album "Legacy - A Tribute to Rick Nelson Volume 1". Brand new songs were also heard on the broadcast from the Electric Light Orchestra with "One Day", Mark Lindsay's "Like Nothing You Seen", "Didn't Mean It That Way" by Danni Rosner, "If I Could Ask You" from Lannie Flowers and co-written with former Time Machine guest disc jockey Elizabeth Racz, The Bayonets (the duo of Oliver Leiber and Brian Ray) with "Sucker For Love", Rachael Yamagata's "Nothing Gets By Here" and Whitney Wolanin's "Wrong Guy (I Did It Again)". Other songs heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Linus Of Hollywood's cover of the Bee Gees "Run To Me", Justin Currie & The Uncle Devil Show with their song "Gilbert O'Sullivan", "Out Of The Question" from Gilbert O'Sullivan, ABBA's "That's Me", Five For Fighting's "Slice" and The Smith Bros. with "The Time Machine (Keep Listening)".
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