David Myhr makes a return visit to Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation Wednesday night, April 1, at 8 pm ET on the occasion of the release of his new digital single which pairs two songs he recorded for compilations. Of course, other interesting topics are on tap.
David’s digital single, a classic double a-side, features a poppy cover of Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney’s “Veronica,” which originally appeared on Costello’s 1989 album, Spike, and features on the recently released compilation, Beyond Belief: A Tribute to Elvis Costello. A poppy update of Secret Service’s 1979 hit, “Oh Susie,” also spins on this great release. David talks about why he chose to record both songs and much more, and we play both tunes.
Also on the docket during Wednesday night’s show: David takes us on a tour of his recent, successful trip to the United States, during which he met and wrote songs with pop artists from coast to coast. He relates great anecdotes about meeting and writing with artists such as Linus of Hollywood and the Davenports’ Scott Klass as he was traveling coast to coast. There is much more discussed during the program, one of our favorite shows of recent vintage.
Tune in this coming Wednesday night at 8 pm ET to hear David talk about his new digital single and to hear the songs that you are going to love.
Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation is Internet radio’s premiere melodic pop talk show. In Conversation puts the spotlight on artists, writers, music critics and record company executives who talk candidly with Alan Haber about their work. Archived, podcast versions of interviews are posted on the In Conversation PodOmatic podcast page; click here to listen to a wide variety of shows previously broadcast on Pure Pop Radio.