The Weeklings and Kyle Vincent Make Pure Pop Magic this Week on Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation!

microphone-5Last week, Pure Pop Radio’s signature melodic pop music talk show, In Conversation, electrified the airwaves by airing first-time-broadcast interviews with Terry Draper and the Dowling Poole. We’re still fired up; this week, the Weeklings, with Glen Burtnik and Bob Burger, and Kyle Vincent step in front of our microphones and speak with Alan Haber for a couple of fun, in-depth talks that feature tracks from their latest, stellar recordings.

kyle-vincentKyle Vincent is up first tomorrow night, March 3, at 8 pm ET with the inside story of the making of his latest album, Detour. We also talk about Kyle’s approach to recording. And that’s not all: Kyle reminisces about the late Kim Fowley, for whom Kyle worked for a few years. Plus, you’ll hear some songs from Detour. It’s another in our series of spirited talks about the greatest music in the universe…melodic pop! (This show repeats on Wednesday, March 4 at 3 pm ET.)

the-weeklingsThe Weeklings’ Glen Burtnik and Bob Burger are up next on Thursday, March 5 at 8 pm ET with a lively back-and-forth about their self-titled, debut album, recorded in glorious monophonic sound. Glen and Bob talk about the album, how the band got together, and other fun topics, including the challenge of recording in mono and covering some of the choice tunes that John Lennon and Paul McCartney gave away. You can also “Meet the Weeklings” when this program airs again on Monday, March 9 at 6 pm ET, the night before the album’s release on March 10. It’s gonna be real fab!

We’re excited about both of these programs; we know you will be too! There are lots of new In Conversation shows coming up–details to come very soon!

See you tomorrow and Wednesday for Kyle Vincent, and Thursday and next Monday for the Weeklings. You couldn’t have this much fun on your own if you tried!

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