Saturday, February 06, 2010

EPISODE163 - Talking 80s Music with Martin Hennessy


We are all about pushing our boundaries here and this week we had our first interview with a full band. Tony Lewis, John Spinks and Alan Jackman of The Outfield joined us live from London to talk about their career, the music business and their forthcoming new studio album. We even had our own wardrobe malfunction... well, kinda... you need to catch the show. You get to hear a retrospective mix, "Baby I'm Crazy," the first song to surface from their new album as well as live versions of "All The Love" and "Your Love." Several fans also joined in to ask a few questions.

We now know that we can handle more callers and may try to do more live interviews (although a little difficult for some that are on the other side of the world.) Martin said something afterwards about there being nothing like talking to a band you admire and enjoy to get you excited about doing this type of show. Our thanks go out to the band and Brent Bitner for a very special episode. Make sure you stop by their Web site at TheOutfield.com to check for updates, sign up for their newsletter, follow them on MySpace, Twitter and Facebook.

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