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Interviews This Week on Bombshell Radio May 9th- 15th 2021

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We have great interviews all week on Bombshell Radio.

Hour 1++: A Conversation with one of my favorite new artists Jaguar Jonze and her Musical Sandwich! Hour 2: New Melodic Rock ‘n Roll from: The Snuts, The FMs, Lawrence Rothman, Eva Tolkin The Joy Formidable, Modest Mouse, MNDR, Noel Gallagher, Flora Cash, Manchester Orchestra, Mattiel, Velour Academy.

Thursday Alex Green of Stereo Embers : 2 interviews this week

“Bach Is My Torah”


As far as rock and roll resume’s go, Eric Bazlian has one of the ones you’d want. The Philadelphia-born musician’s dad was a psychiatrist but it was his concert pianist motherwho likely influenced him to start playing the piano at age 5. Four years later he was playing guitar and seven years later at the age of 16 he had his first band, Evil Seed.While getting a B.S. in Physics at the University of Pennsylvania, Bazilian and his college pal Rob Hyman formed a band called Baby Grand and after that band called it a day with two albums under their belts, Bazilian and Hyman formed the Hooters. Over the course of their winning career, the Hooters put out six albums, had a handful of top 40 hits with songs like “Day By Day” and “And We Danced,” they opened Live Aid in Philadelphia, the Amnesty International Concert at Giants Stadium in ’86 and the Roger Waters The Wall Concert in Berlin in 1990.  Bazilian not only produced Joan Osborne’s Grammy Nominated Relish album, he wrote “One Of Us,” which is one of the most memorable songs of the last 50 years. It was covered by “everyone from Prince to Seal and it was used as the theme song for the TV show “Joan of Arcadia,” for which Bazilian won an ASCAP Film and Television Music Award. Over the course of his career he’s written and co written songs for and with a crazy list of talent. Here’s a partial list: Patty Smyth, Bon Jovi, BIf Naked, Ronnie Spector, Matt Nathanson, and Robbie Williams. In 2000 Bazilian was inducted into the Philadelphia Walk of Fame on the Avenue of the Arts and his new solo album Bazilian is a life-affirming blast ofrootsy pop stomp that’s energizing, soulful and positively infectious. The Hooters are an ongoing proposition and they’re massively popular in Germany and Scandinavia, playing sell-out shows to adoring fans. In this chat, Bazilian talks to Alex about life in Sweden, why Bach is his Torah, and saying no to Bob Dylan, 

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“Mercy Rising”
The California born singer/songwriter Maia Sharp wrote her first song at 5, so it’s no surprise that over the years her compositions have been recorded by—and by the way this is going to be a murderers row of talent, so get ready—Bonnie Rait, Keb Mo, Cher, Art Garfunkel, Paul Carrack and Trisha Yearwood. More Maia Sharp resume items: and mind you, this is a partial list: she’s toured all over the U.S. and the UK, she’s appeared on NPR’s All Things Considered, CBS Early Morning and the Today Show, she’s an adjunct professor at NYU’s Summer Songwriter workshop and she’s been writing for Songwriting with Soldiers where active duty service members team up with songwriters who help them turn their stories into songs. Sharp has put out nearly ten solo albums and her newest is Mercy Rising. Filled with poeticism, wisdom, and observational grace, Mercy Rising is a moving collection that’s a perfect balance of elegance and intensity. In this conversation Maia talks about recovering from COVID, the power of Bonnie Raitt and what it was like to step into a songwriting castle with Jane Siberry and Jules Shear and get down to business. Oh, and we have a super psychic moment about Louise Goffin….listen for it!

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https://www.instagram.com/maiasharpmusic/

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www.alexgreenonline.com

Rainbow Country:

ON EPISODE 249: QUEERING HORROR / BBCAN9 / MUSIC 
HR 1 BLOODTHIRSTY The NEW Canadian WEREFOLF 
film That QUEERING the Horror genre Joining me 
actors Lauren Beatty & Katharine King So Talk 
about making this film & MORE! + My Big Brother 
Canada 9 coverage comes to an end with the TOP 3! 
Tychon Carter Newman WINNER! 
Breydon White RUNNER UP 
Tera Gillen Petrozzi 3RD PLACE BBCAN9

Just Another Menace Sunday!

Monday 6pm EST

Hour 1:Episode #795 AN ARCHIVAL CONVERSATION WITH THE JOY FORMIDABLE AND THEIR MUSICAL SANDWICH

Tuesday : 6pm EST

Hour 1:Hour 1++: A Conversation with Suzi Quatro and her glam-bam Musical Sandwich! Hour 2: New Melodic Rock ‘n Roll from: Sacred Shrines, James, Islands, VHS Collection, Blond in Car, Aurora, Pom Pom Squad, Bombardier Jones!

Wednesday: 6pm EST

Hour 1: A conversation with the massively talented Sydney Sprague here it is for your on-demand-listening pleasure. Be sure to stay after the convo for her Musical Sandwich™ featuring a LIVE SESSION of two songs from her upcoming full length as the “bread!”

Thursday: 6pm EST

A DTM Conversation from SXSW with new UK band The Big Moon and their Musical Sandwich! + New Melodic Rock & Roll from: The National, Aimee Mann, Pixx, Hoops, Perfume Genius, Hollerado, Low Cut Connie, Julien Baker, Cende, Joy Downer and Asymetric!

Friday: 6pm EST

Hour 1: A Conversation with one of my favorite new artists Jaguar Jonze and her Musical Sandwich! Hour 2: New Melodic Rock ‘n Roll from: The Snuts, The FMs, Lawrence Rothman, Eva Tolkin The Joy Formidable, Modest Mouse, MNDR, Noel Gallagher, Flora Cash, Manchester Orchestra, Mattiel, Velour Academy.

Saturday: 6pm EST

Hour 1: Just Another Menace Sunday #interview w/ Warpaint

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