Patty Smyth talks about her 2020 album “It’s About Time,” including how she feels about the album several months since its release, the “Downtown Train” video, projects with “Spin” and Jimmy Fallon, working with Paul Shaffer on “Goodbye To You,” her favorite music video shoot, writing new music, keeping her voice in shape, and more:
Joe Vitale and Richard Humann talk about the collaboration for “Running On An Empty Heart” by American Nomads, including how the project came together, new collaborative projects, lyricists admired by Joe, musicians admired by Richard, Joe’s work on “Southern Cross” by Crosby, Stills & Nash, and Richard’s work with MTV in the 1990s.
Steve Lukather & Joseph Williams of Toto released solo albums the same day (February 26th, 2021). In two interviews done that day, they talk about “I Found The Sun Again” and “Denizen Tenant,” respectively:
Don McLean talks about the 50th anniversary of “American Pie” and its new rendition in collaboration with Home Free, as well as the effort to save independent music venues across the country, the legacy of “The Day The Music Died,” what song of his he’d like covered by what artist, and the most special lyric to him of “American Pie.”
Steve Hackett (former guitarist in Genesis) discusses track-by-track the songs and background of his January, 2021, album “Under A Mediterranean Sky”.
Lilly Winwood talks about her debut album “Time Well Spent” (arriving January 29, 2021), including the songs on the album, her approach to songwriting, the Nashville music scene, the performers on the album, influences, the music of her father (Steve Winwood), and more.
Mark Kendall of Great White discusses their 2020 live release “Great White Live,” working on new music for the band, inspiration for new music, Christmas music, and more.
HBK of Hairball talks about their 2021 plans, re-creating classic music, Van Halen, AC/DC, and Christmas music: