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:
Jock Bartley of Firefall discusses their 2020 album “Comet,” including how the album came to be, the collaborators, the sound of the album, and more:
Brian Ray talks about his new song “Got A New Thing” (and b-side “Whiskey Train”), his musical inspiration, writing the lyrics for the new tune, the genre of garage rock, the most interesting Paul McCartney bass lines he’s played, and how he’s grown as a musician while working with McCartney since 2002, among other stuff.
Marie Osmond talks being in the 2020 Lifetime movie “The Christmas Edition.”
Andrew Farriss talks about his new EP “Love Makes The World,” how the songs relate to what’s going on in the world, the creation of the project, the thread in his songwriting back to INXS, and more.
Neal Karlen talks about his October, 2020, book “This Thing Called Life: Prince’s Odyssey, On and Off the Record.” He talks about the Twin Cities’ love for Prince and how Prince related to the Midwest, plus more.
Paul Carrack chats about his October, 2020, One Night Global Streaming Event from Victoria Hall in Leeds, his new release “Another Side Of Paul Carrack” with the SWR Big Band and Strings, writing new music, “How Long,” and some soccer talk.