Scott Brookman Rocks the House, Pop Style, on Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation This Wednesday Night

When in the air, Scott Brookman flies in his Smellicopter!

When in the air, Scott Brookman flies in his Smellicopter!

I’ve been knowing the melodic pop artist they call Scott Brookman for some time now. His recordings are cherished in the pop community, and rightly so–the man has a keen sense of melody that he injects into every song he writes and records. Scott’s latest release, the long-awaited Smellicopter, is typical Brookman, which means that it’s a must-have for your collection.

We were able to snag Scott for a live appearance on the old, weekly Pure Pop Radio show, for which the master melody man pedaled steadily from his home to our studios in Fairfax, Virgina. His trusty acoustic guitar slung over his shoulder, he performed live for a waiting audience and talked about all things musical. That appearance remains one of the great memories of our nearly 20 years in pop music radio.

And now we’ve got Scott again, this time in front of the Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation microphones talking about Smellicopter, the art of writing a melodic masterpiece, and so much more, including a session he recorded exclusively for Pure Pop Radio. You’ll hear all of this on Wednesday night, April 30, at 8 pm ET.

As we’ve said so many times before, set your alarm clocks and be in front of your Internet audio device for an in-depth chat with the one and only Scott Brookman. Come on, come on, ride the Smellicopter with us!

 

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