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    Saturday, March 18, 2017

    Andrew Curry And Kip Moore Interviews On The Time Machine






    Singer-songwriter Kip Moore was a guest on The Time Machine. The former Big Island resident returned to the islands to perform and share with The Time Machine Radio Show audience the musical inspiration behind some of his songs. Radio hosts Tanya Teal and Michael McCartney welcomed back Curry Cuts' Andrew Curry to the program, as he shared more world broadcast debuts of James Bond theme songs from artists Jay Gonzales of Drive-By Truckers and Cliff Hillis from the forthcoming release "Songs. Bond Songs: The Music of 007". Jay takes on the classic Duran Duran song "A View To A Kill" and gives the 007 theme a brand new arrangement that breathes new life into the melody, as does Cliff's arrangement of "Writing's On The Wall" that garnered both Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Sam Smith's recorded performance on the single became the first James Bond movie theme to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart.


    New music was also featured on this Maui afternoon FM radio aircheck from The Weeklings and an unreleased song from the mid-seventies by Andrew Gold. Other artists heard on this broadcast include Graham Gouldman, Farrah Fawcett and Jean-Paul Vignon, Marty Rudnick and Jeff Foxworthy with The Beach Boys.







    Click here to listen or download the radio interview with Andrew Curry of Curry Cuts and singer-songwriter Kip Moore



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