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Ken Stringfellow, Karla Kane, Fernando Perdomo and Andrew Curry Interviews on The Time Machine
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April 20, 2014 11:02 PM PDT
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Andrew Curry returned to The Time Machine this week to debut two more songs from the upcoming album project "Here Comes The Reign Again: The Second British Invasion". Andrew shared Ken Stringfellow's arrangement of The Blow Monkey's "Digging Your Scene" and the Madness classic "Our House" performed by The Corner Laughers. Both songs made their world broadcast debut this past week and it was a perfect opportunity to have singer-songwriter and producer Ken Stringfellow (The Posies, Big Star and R.E.M.) on the broadcast to discuss his participation with the forthcoming release along with singer-songwriter Karla Kane talking about her bands The Corner Laughers and Agony Aunts. This week also saw the release of Fernando Perdomo's latest song "Girl With A Record Collection" off of his upcoming album "Warm" along with a music video of the single to coincide with National Record Store Day. Fernando returned to The Time Machine for a conversation about record stores and the women who love their record collections.

A brand new stripped down cover of the seventies classic Raspberries song "Go All The Way" from Lisa Mychols was also featured on the radio show. Others artists featured on this afternoon Maui FM broadcast aircheck include The Posies, Mike Viola, Brian Ray, The Bangles, Cheap Trick, Teenage Fanclub, Courtney Jaye and Second Saturday.



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Official Website for Ken Stringfellow

Official Website for The Posies

Official Website for The Corner Laughers

Official Website for Fernando Perdomo

Official Website for Mike Viola

Official Website for Lisa Mychols

Official Website for Brian Ray

Official Website for The Bangles

Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk and Second Saturday

Official Website for Cheap Trick

Official Website for Teenage Fanclub

Official Website for Courtney Jaye


DeDe Returns To The Time Machine
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December 16, 2013 02:27 AM PST
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Singer-songwriter DeDe had quite a bit of musical output for 2013. Summer saw the release of her EP "Love & Fairy Tales" followed by her holiday album "World Of Christmas". Her Christmas album not only had Jeff Bova on board as producer and guitarist Tim Pierce, but one of The Time Machine's core artists played over the airwaves the past decade, Arden Kaywin, joined in the musical seasonal fun with background vocals. DeDe shared with the radio audience some of the details behind some of her songs from both her EP and brand new album.


Brand new music for the holidays was also featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast from Priscilla Ahn and Alicia Witt plus XTC's Andy Partridge's rare recording of "I Wonder Why the Wonderfalls" which was the theme to the television cult classic "Wonderfalls".




Video Below: Official music video for "The Fairy Tale Song" by DeDe



Video Below: Official music video for "One Child" from DeDe





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The Explorers Club's Jason Brewer and Sheri Miller Return to The Time Machine with Christmas Cheer
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December 15, 2013 05:11 PM PST
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Singer-songwriters Jason Brewer of The Explorers Club and Sheri Miller were both return guests on The Time Machine. Jason discussed the future of The Explorers Club and in addition to the group's latest single "Don't Waste Her Time" and the previous cover of The Wildweeds' "No Good To Cry" (composed by NRBQ's Al Anderson), featured their latest Christmas single which is a cover of The Band's song "Christmas Must Be Tonight". Sheri, who has been on the broadcast a number of times over the years, shared her latest two singles. She talked about both of her new Christmas songs, "Diamond Christmas" and "Merry Christmas, Jesus, It's Been One Hellava Year".


Brand new music for the holidays was also featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast from The Zombies, Meiko, Nick Lowe, The Dukes Of Surf, Wyatt Funderburk, Richard X. Heyman, The Pengwins and Heart featuring Aaron Neville.


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Official Website for Meiko

Official Website for Nick Lowe

Official Website for The Dukes of Surf

Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk

Official Website for Richard X. Heyman

Official Website for The Pengwins

Official Website for Heart

Alicia Witt Launches Christmas Radio Programming in Hawaii with New Single, Adam Waltermire Unveils A Pop Garden Christmas AND Radio Music Challenge Accepted on The Time Machine
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December 11, 2013 02:48 PM PST
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Singer-songwriter Alicia Witt returned to The Time Machine to kick off the world broadcast debut of her latest holiday song, "I'm Not Ready For Christmas". The previous two Christmas seasons on the Maui FM airwaves featured her first Christmas single covering the classic "Santa Baby" with an arrangement that was welcomed by island listeners. The subject matter of her new song "I'm Not Ready For Christmas" was the perfect song to launch our Christmas programming on the radio dial. Considering that we do our best as radio programmers to hold back until December to spin Christmas songs, we are well aware that other radio stations around the country start as early as October (a few even begin in Septemeber), the lyrical content of Alicia Witt's song was the perfect tune to actually break our radio format rule for decades and begin playing Christmas songs before Thanksgiving. She brought her song to life in the studio with fellow musicians Michael Bradford (bass and guitar), Rayford Griffin (drums and percussion) and Ben Folds (glockenspiel, bells and additional vocals). Michael Bradford also produced the song with Joe Costa as mixer and additional production by Ben Folds. Both the original naughty version and the "clean" version can be purchased at her website and on Bandcamp.com. The Time Machine Crew were honored to have Alicia kick off our Christmas programming. Previous artists in the past that have started off our holiday programming include Rachael Yamagata, Kelly Jones, Mandy Moore, Mike Viola, Amy Grant, Bleu, Rob Bonfiglio, Maple Mars and Wilson Phillips.


Alicia refers to her single as her new un-Christmas song, which is ironic, considering that her last three film projects as an actress were all Christmas flicks. Although we featured her songs in heavy rotation this past year including "Do It" and her duet with Ben Folds titled "You Can Go Home", Alicia was spending most of this past year pretending that it was Christmas. Her first film for the holidays debuted in November on The Hallmark Channel. The television movie "A Very Merry Mix-Up" became the third highest rated film in the network's history and repeated viewings continue until the end of the year. Alicia Witt will be in theaters nationwide on December 13th in "Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas" and her third Christmas film "A Snow Globe Christmas" debuts the following day, December 14th on the Lifetime Network, as she stars opposite Donald Faison and Christina Milian. A perfect movie for a Saturday night. It will air a few more times throughout the month of December. Meanwhile, Alicia is busy working in the story arc of the upcoming fifth season of "Justified" on the FX Network. Season premiere is January 7th, 2014.



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Adding to the Christmas spirit on the FM broadcast was return guest Adam Waltemire with his Florida radio show's latest album release, "A Pop Garden Christmas". Adam shared his thoughts behind the Christmas project and featured songs from a wide variety of talented artists including Twenty Cent Crush, Timmy Sean, Lannie Flowers, Ruby Free and Lisa Mychols. "A Pop Garden Christmas" can also be found on Bandcamp.com.



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Back in September, Monster Of Lite Rock's founder Andrew Curry, was a guest on the program discussing the vinyl release of "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". During the on on-air conversation between Andrew and radio host Michael McCartney, Michael pointed out that on both the vinyl and the double album CD, that not a single musical act chose to record the 1980 classic Dan Fogelberg song "Same Old Lang Syne" which inspired the tribute album's title. The single became a top ten hit for the late Dan Fogelberg and the following year was included on his album "The Innocent Age". Although the song is timeless and can be listened to anytime of the year, over the last three decades, radio has decided to play it during the Christmas and New Year's holidays. This song was aching to be a part of the successful album tribute to Lite Rock but unfortunately nobody opted to record their arrangement. Michael decided during the interview to make an announcement that if any musician wanted to tackle the song, that it would be featured on the air this Christmas season. Andrew also added that it would be featured on the Monsters Of Lite Rock Facebook page. The Time Machine Crew are glad to announce that we have received a submission from Cara Maria O'Shea & Royce Peterson. The two musicians decided to arrange the song as a duet. As promised, it was featured on the Monsters Of Lite Rock Facebook page and made it's broadcast debut. Both Cara Maria and Royce were guests on the program sharing how they came up with their arrangement.


The Time Machine Crew is still accepting submissions from musical artists covering Dan Fogelberg's "Same Old Lang Syne". Submit your recording and arrangement to TheTimeMachine@yahoo.com. Perhaps there could be a future version coming from Alicia Witt and Ben Folds. That would be a cool musical gift.


Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Mike Viola & Kelly Jones performing "Time For Everything To Change" off of Mike's latest album "Ghoul", Ryan Robinson with his song "She's Movin' In" and Willie Wisely with Kelly Jones doing their wild arrangement of the Atlanta Rhythm Section's classic "So Into You".


Video Below: Preview for "A Very Merry Mix-Up" with Alicia Witt



Video Below: Preview for "A Snow Globe Christmas" with Alicia Witt





Official Website for Alicia Witt

Alicia Witt's "I'm Not Ready For Christmas" (original naughty version) on Bandcamp

Alicia Witt's "I'm Not Ready For Christmas" (clean version) on Bandcamp

Alicia Witt on Twitter

"A Pop Garden Christmas" on Bandcamp

Royce Peterson Appreciation Zone on Facebook

Official Website for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock" at Monsters Of Lite Rock

"Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock" on Facebook





Vegas With Randolph Interview on The Time Machine
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December 10, 2013 07:26 PM PST
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Singer-songwriters Eric Kern and John Ratts of the band Vegas With Randolph were recent guests on The Time Machine. The two rockers shared their thoughts on their latest album release "Rings Under The Sun". In addition to songs featured from the new album as well as some of their previous material, John and Eric discussed their contribution of the Little River Band classic "Cool Change" for the double album 2013 release "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock".


Below: Official music video for "Snow Day" by Vegas With Randolph




Official Website for Vegas With Randolph




Vinyl Release of Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock AND Radio Challenge To All Musicians
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December 10, 2013 06:24 PM PST
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The Time Machine Crew has had a blast playing tracks from Monster of Lite Rock's album "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". Now the album is out on vinyl and would be the perfect gift this holiday season for your musical pals with turntables or simply for yourself. Today's current crop of wonderful indie artists chose songs that were so well written that despite their incredible arrangements and how they were produced to an excellence that Top 40 music today on the radio rarely aspires to, it's a theme that deserved to have today's artists pay tribute to. Many of the songs were tunes that the artists featured on this album were exposed to as kids by musical acts that cranked out hit after hit like England Dan & John Ford Coley, Player, Leo Sayer, Atlanta Rhythm Section and Cliff Richard while others were artists that had success with a hit single or two like Robbie Dupree, Rupert Holmes, Ian Matthews, Jay Ferguson and 10cc.


An added bonus track on this vinyl LP versus the double CD is An American Underdog ("Thunder Island" by Jay Ferguson) joining Cliff Hillis ("Shake It" by Ian Matthews), Linus Of Hollywood (Leo Sayer's "More Than I Can Say"), Mike Viola (Robbie Dupree's "Steal Away"), Eytan Mirsky ("Escape [The Piña Colada Song]" from Rupert Holmes), David Myhr ("The Things We Do For Love" from 10cc), Kelly Jones (England Dan & John Ford Coley's "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight"), Bleu (Player's "Baby Come Back"), Michael Carpenter (Cliff Richard's "We Don't Talk Anymore") and Willie Wisely (Atlanta Rhythm Section's "So Into You").


Monster of Lite Rock's founder, Andrew Curry, returned to the broadcast to discuss the vinyl release and The Time Machine's radio show host Michael McCartney pointed out that not a single artist recorded the song that gave the tribute it's name. The title of the album is derived from Dan Fogelberg's classic song "Same Old Lang Syne". Michael put out an on-air challenge over the FM dial that any musical artist or group that records their own version of that song would have their song played on the air during the holiday season. Andrew would also feature the song on the Monsters Of Lite Rock webpage. Artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include An American Underdog, Michael Carpenter, Mike Viola, Linus Of Hollywood, Cliff Hillis and a brand new song "Hard To Believe" from Records and Tapes which is their second single.


Below: Official music video for "We Don't Talk Anymore" by Michael Carpenter




Below: Official Extended Promotional Film for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock"




Below: Official Promotional Video for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock"





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



Official Website for An American Underdog

Official Website for Michael Carpenter

Official Website for Bleu

Official Website for The Davenports

Official Website for Linus Of Hollywood

Official Website for Mike Viola

Official Website for David Myhr

Official Website for Kelly Jones

Official Website for Cliff Hillis

Official Website for Eytan Mirsky

Official Website for Willie Wisely






Dana Countryman and Tricia Countryman Interview on The Time Machine
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November 19, 2013 04:10 PM PST
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Singer-songwriter Dana Countryman was a guest on The Time Machine. He discussed his brand new album "Pop! The Incredible Fantastic World Retro Pop World Of Dana Countryman" and shared his thoughts on his album that also includes special musical guests Dee Long of Klaatu, Jimmie Herrod, Scott Krippayne, Peter McDonnell, Wally Reddington III, John Milne and Dana's wife Tricia Countryman. Tricia joined the interview midway during the broadcast. From his work in The Amazing Pink Things to his collaboration "Chicken on the Rocks" with Jean-Jacques Perrey featured on Comedy Central's "South Park", Dana's talent can tackle anything. He was the founder, publisher and editor of Cool & Strange Music! Magazine. The Time Machine Crew were tickled pink to have both Dana and Tricia on the broadcast the same day as Boz Scaggs and Susanna Hoffs. Dana has released an album filled with his musical friends that harkens back to the sixties and is an enjoyable album from start to finish.



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Official Website for Dana Countryman



Boz Scaggs Interview on The Time Machine
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November 14, 2013 07:55 PM PST
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Singer-songwriter Boz Scaggs was a guest on The Time Machine. He discussed his recent album "Memphis" and shared his thoughts on his classic 1976 album "Silk Degrees". His music has remained a staple of The Time Machine's playlists for decades and it was a pleasure to have Boz on as a guest before his concert on Maui this week.






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Video Below: Boz Scaggs performing "Low Down" in 1976



Video Below: Boz Scaggs performing "What Can I Say" in 1976



Video Below: Official Promotional Music Video for "Lido Shuffle" by Boz Scaggs from 1977



Video Below: Boz Scaggs performing "We Were Always Sweethearts" on the ABC Television Network in 1971

Video Below: Boz Scaggs performing "Breakdown Dead Ahead" in 2004



Video Below: Boz Scaggs performing "Georgia" in 1985





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Boz Scaggs on Twitter

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Susanna Hoffs Returns To The Time Machine With UNDER THE COVERS Vol.3
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November 12, 2013 07:59 PM PST
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Rockers Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs have just released their third album together. "Under The Covers Vol.3" is their third album of covers that the duo put together from the songbooks of other artists that they both feel passionate about. Susanna returned to The Time Machine Radio Show last week to share the latest batch of songs. The gifted artist discussed the inspiration behind some of the songs off of the new album. She also discussed with The Time Machine's radio show host, Michael McCartney, the previous two albums from the duo known affectionately as Sid 'n' Susie (Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs), as well as her 2012 album "Someday", which became the most played album on the air for The Time Machine out of all of the records released in 2012. If you're not familiar with the album series that Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs have been recording and releasing, what you essentially need to know is that the first album covered sixties material (with the exception of the early seventies classic Bee Gees song "Run To Me"). The second album "Under The Covers Vol. 2" dove into the seventies and this latest album naturally dips into the eighties. Dips may not be the correct choice of wording. This new album plunges into the eighties and both Matthew and Susanna's song choices are so inspired that this collection of songs are a must have for your music collection.


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Susanna is a core artist of The Time Machine's radio format going back to the eighties with her fellow band mates Vicki Peterson, Debbi Peterson and Michael Steele of The Bangles. The band, along with The Traveling Wilburys, were the most played act on The Time Machine and helped define a sound for the radio broadcast that embraced a sixties musical sensibility with the modern music scene of the time. All four albums from The Bangles in the eighties solidified their status as radio core artists on The Time Machine and their return in 2003 with "Doll Revolution" was welcomed with open arms. The domination of that album's airplay was so strong that it became the most played album of the decade followed by Rachael Yamagata's debut album "Happenstance", "Not Ready To Make Nice" by The Dixie Chicks, Bruce Springsteen's "The Rising", Alice Peacock's self titled sophomore album, "Come Away With Me" by Norah Jones, John Mayer's "Room For Squares", "Mondo Magneto" by Brian Ray, "Lurch" from Mike Viola, "Brainwashed" by George Harrison, Nushu's "Nevermind Lullabye" and Rilo Kiley's "More Adventurous".


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Susanna found this old flyer to share for a June 13th, 1981 performance of The Colours, before the band became The Bangles, in the basement of the Echo Park Methodist Church


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Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include The Bangles, Rachael Yamagata and Ronnie Spector.



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Video Below: Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs perform "Cinnamon Girl" on "The Tonight Show"





Video Below: Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs perform "Different Drum"





Video Below: Official Music Video of "Raining" from Susanna Hoffs featuring Rosanna Arquette





Video Below: Official Music Video of "Picture Me" from Susanna Hoffs






Video Below: Official Music Video of "All I Want" from Susanna Hoffs





Video Below: Official Music Video of "My Side Of The Bed" from Susanna Hoffs





Video Below: Official Music Video of "Something That You Said" from The Bangles





Video Below: The Bangles perform "James" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1986)








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Susanna Hoffs on Twitter

Susanna Hoffs on Tumblr

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The Time Machine's Listening Party - Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock
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October 13, 2013 09:13 PM PDT
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The Time Machine Crew had a blast since late summer of 2012 discussing with Monster of Lite Rock's Andrew Curry about the upcoming album "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Lite Rock". As the songs were recorded by the long list of incredibly talented musical artists, each completed song got debuted on the radio for the Maui radio audience as well as world wide online listeners. Many of the artists had a chance to share their thoughts about this ambitious album project paying homage to those great songs of the late seventies and early eighties. The songs were so well written that despite their incredible arrangements and how they were produced to an excellence that Top 40 music today on the radio rarely aspires to, it's a theme that deserved to have today's artists pay tribute to. Many of the songs were tunes that the artists featured on this album were exposed to as kids by musical acts that cranked out hit after hit like the Little River Band, England Dan & John Ford Coley, Firefall, Ambrosia, Player, Leo Sayer, Andrew Gold, Stephen Bishop, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Orleans, and Cliff Richard while others were artists that had success with a hit single or two like Robbie Dupree, Rupert Holmes, Henry Gross, Ian Matthews, Walter Egan, Climax Blues Band, Poco, Michael Johnson, David Soul and Randy Vanwarmer.


Fast forward to late spring of 2013 and it's time now to celebrate the album release on compact disc, vinyl and digital downloads. This radio special embraces the old fashioned record listening party. Joining in the musical festivities, as every song on the album was featured on the broadcast with Andrew Curry and radio host Michael McCartney, include musical guests; Eric Kern from the band Vegas With Randolph (The Little River Band's "Cool Change"), Cliff Hillis ("Shake It" by Ian Matthews), Seth Swirsky ("Shannon" by Henry Gross), Linus Of Hollywood (Leo Sayer's "More Than I Can Say"), Andrea Kremer from Sunshine On Mars ("Fooled Around And Fell In Love" by Elvin Bishop featuring Mickey Thomas), Lisa Mychols (David Soul's "Don't Give Up On Us"), Mike Ruekberg ("Believe It Or Not" by Joey Scarbury which was the theme from "The Greatest American Hero"), Mike Viola (Robbie Dupree's "Steal Away"), Brandon Schott (Andrew Gold's "Thank You For Being A Friend"), Scott Klass of The Davenports (Randy Vanwarmer's "Just When I Needed You Most"), Eytan Mirsky ("Escape [The Piña Colada Song]" from Rupert Holmes), David Myhr ("The Things We Do For Love" from 10cc), Kelly Jones (England Dan & John Ford Coley's "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight"), Bleu (Player's "Baby Come Back"), Andy Reed of An American Underdog (Jay Ferguson's "Thunder Island"), Michael Carpenter (Cliff Richard's "We Don't Talk Anymore"), Kyle Vincent (Ambrosia's "How Much I Feel") and Michael Simmons from Popdudes (Walter Egan's "Magnet and Steel"). The editor and producer of the video campaign for the album, Todd Stanton, also joins in the fun along with the album's co-producer Elizabeth Racz. The Time Machine's producers Jenny Leong and Summer Blue, along with the assistance of Dave Stephens, kept the music flowing with brand new covers featured on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast from Lannie Flowers ("Dance With Me" by Orleans), Wyatt Funderburk (Michael Johnson's "Bluer Than Blue"), Michael Carpenter (Cliff Richard's "We Don't Talk Anymore"), Willie Wisely (Atlanta Rhythm Section's "So Into You"), Paul Bertolino (Firefall's "Just Remember I Love You"), Mike Collins with Paul Bond & Jimi Evans from Throwback Suburbia (Climax Blues Band's "I Love You"), Paul Myers ("Wildfire" from Michael Martin Murphey), The Sonic Executive Sessions (Stephen Bishop's "On And On"), Plasticsoul (Bob Welch's "Sentimental Lady" as well as his former band Fleetwood Mac), Joe Giddings ("Undercover Angel" from Alan O'Day), Greg Pope (Poco's "Crazy Love") and the show closed out with the late Dan Fogelberg's "Same Old Lang Syne" where the lyrics of that classic song inspired the tribute album's title.


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Special shout out to The Smith Bros., Tony Macaulay, Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman and Parker McGee. This radio special from The Time Machine was done with love and dedicated to Andrew Gold, Randy Vanwarmer and Alan O'Day.



Below: Official music video for "We Don't Talk Anymore" by Michael Carpenter




Below: Official music video for "The Things We Do For Love" by David Myhr




Below: Official music video for "Thank You For Being A Friend" by Brandon Schott




Below: Official music video for "Just Remember I Love You" by Paul Bertolino




Below: Official music video for "Magnet And Steel" by Popdude




Below: Official music video for "Fooled Around And Fell In Love" by Sunshine On Mars




Below: Official Extended Promotional Film for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock"




Below: Official Promotional Video for "Drink A Toast To Innocence: A Tribute To Light Rock"





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



Official Website for Wyatt Funderburk

Official Website for Lannie Flowers

Official Website for Michael Carpenter

Official Website for Bleu

Official Website for The Davenports

Official Website for Brandon Schott

Official Website for Kyle Vincent

Official Website for The Sonic Executive Sessions

Official Website for Linus Of Hollywood

Official Website for Lisa Mychols

Official Website for Greg Pope

Official Website for Mike Viola

Official Website for Throwback Suburbia

Official Website for David Myhr

Official Website for Mike Ruekberg

Official Website for Kelly Jones

Official Website for Vegas With Randolph

Official Website for Paul Bertolino

Official Website for Seth Swirsky

Official Website for Cliff Hillis

Official Website for Eytan Mirsky

Official Website for Plasticsoul

Official Website for Paul Myers

Official Website for Willie Wisely

Official Website for Joe Giddings

Official Website for Popdudes

Official Website for Sunshine On Mars

Official Website for An American Underdog






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