Wyatt Funderburk Interview on The Time Machine
Rocker, singer-songwriter and producer Wyatt Funderburk returned as musical guest on The Time Machine this past week. He has a new solo album coming out later this month titled "Novel and Profane". The founding member of the rock group Second Saturday discussed the influence behind his latest batch of songs and shared his thoughts about finally releasing a solo album at this point in his musical career. "Love Will Lead The Way", which was one of The Time Machine's most played songs of 2012 is now available on the new album, so there's another reason to celebrate Wyatt's solo release. The song is also available on iTunes.
Brand new music was also featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast from the vaults of Andrew Gold's recording studio with an unreleased song as well as Coke Belda, Kurt Baker, The Wellingtons, Lannie Flowers and Wyatt's arrangement of the Michael Johnson classic "Bluer Than Blue" featured on the double album "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock".
Other artists on this FM aircheck include The Smith Bros., Second Saturday and another episode of "Love Bites" from HonestlyLisa.com's Lisa Orkin and Robbie Rist.
Below: Official music video for "Love Will Lead The Way" by Wyatt Funderburk
Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk
Wyatt Funderburk on Twitter
Wyatt Funderburk on Facebook
Wyatt Funderburk's "Novel and Profane" album on Bandcamp
"Love Will Lead The Way" 45 at Collector's Club Records
Official Website for Andrew Gold
Coke Belda on Bandcamp
Official Website for The Wellingtons
Official Website for Lisa Orkin at Honestly Lisa Dot Com
Official Website for Robbie Rist
Official Website for Kurt Baker
Official Website for Lannie Flowers
Official Website for The Smith Bros.
Official Website for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock" at Monsters Of Lite Rock
Official Bandcamp Website for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock"
"Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock" on Facebook