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|Audio Interview: Andy Timmons|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Wednesday, 11/23/11 5:31 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Andy Timmons is a guitar player who has recorded 9 solo CDs of intricate work, served as Olivia Newton-John's Music Director for several U.S. tours, and has been an in-demand studio guitarist for artists such as Paula Abdul and Paul Stanley of Kiss. In the early 90's, he was lead guitarist with Danger Danger, and he has shared the stage with other great artists like Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Eric Johnson, the Beach Boys and Lesley Gore.
On October 24, Andy Timmons and his band released an album that was a tribute to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album, including every song from the album, plus their cover of Strawberry Fields Forever.
On Ken Michaels' website, you can hear Ken interviewing Andy about his musical background, his love for the Beatles group and solo music, and how he came to record the tribute album. The website also includes an exclusive where you can hear the band's recording of Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite from the album.
Ken Michaels has been hosting radio programs on the Beatles since 1982, and is currently heard on 9 radio stations in the U.S. with his show "Every Little Thing," which you can also hear live on WNHU, Wednesdays 8-10pm (EST).
The program features music from the full catalog of the Beatles' group and solo-music, plus side projects, cover versions, music from family members, rarities and more, along with the latest Beatle News, plus games, trivia and prizes given away every week. He also is the founding member and co-host of the Beatles talk show podcast, Fab Fourum.
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