Todd Hunter is a New Zealand musician and composer known for his involvement in the band Dragon. Best known for the songs 'April Sun in Cuba', 'Are You Old Enough?', 'Still in Love With You', and 'Rain'. Hunter also composed John Farnham's hit song 'Age of Reason' with Johanna Pigott and music for the film 'Daydream Believer' (1991) and TV series 'Heartbreak High' (1994–1999).
On 1 July 2008, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) recognised Dragon's iconic status by inducting them into their Hall of Fame.
Interview with Jane Walker from kids group Coco and the Cockatoos. Talking about the new album ‘Wild Life’, which has ten unique songs about animals from all over the world.
All songs are written by ten-year old Sydney schoolgirl Coco Espie and singer/songwriter Jane Walker. Coco has cerebral palsy, so album sales contribute to Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation, which helps so many sick kids.
The songs celebrate different animals, so sales also contribute to Taronga Conservation Society Australia, supporting wildlife conservation around the world. And we are all impacted by the plight of our oceans, so sales support Ocean Recovery Alliance.
Max-A-Million was an American musical group that consisted of A'Lisa B., Duran Estevez, and Tommye, active from 1994 to 1998. They released one album which contained four singles, three of which charted on the US Billboard Hot 100, including a cover of Marvin Gaye's Sexual Healing. This interview originally aired late-2016.
Jeff Duff (Duffo) is an Australian singer/cabaret performer, who in his career has used various personae, wardrobe, and satire as features of his performances. This interview was originally published December 16, 2016.
Josh Ellis of The Brow discusses the direction the band is moving toward and their new release 'Circles' from the their latest EP 'Third Trimester'. This interview was originally published December 16, 2016.
Carmela Interviews SA.MAY on her electronic and hip hop style of music. SA.MAY is a music producer, DJ, Singer/songwriter and Guitarist based in Sydney's Northern Beaches. Her EP is all about personal relationships and how young women need to empower themselves with the tools required to survive in this day of social media overload. This interview was originally published January 6, 2017.
This interview was originally recorded February 17, 2017. A conversation with Katy Steele, formerly lead singer of the band “Little Birdy”, she has now spread her wings to grow and fly solo. Releasing her third single from her debut solo album “Human” – ‘Everywhere with You”. She has returned from time spent in New York, to her hometown of Perth to produce this reflective album.
Danny and Sime of SSMP came in for a chat on all things SSMP. So much has happened including an up and coming album. We are priviledged to have 4 tracks from the album as an exclusive on this interview.
Please sit back, listen and enjoy.
Breeze Millard and Joshua Paton were gracious enough to talk to me in regards to their new song “Holding On” and on so much more, their passion for music, careers, life and love.
I do hope you enjoy this interview.