Are you ready for some football?! Well, we can’t help you there, but if you’re ready for some great pop music fueled by great melodies and imagination, performed with gusto by one of the premier practitioners on today’s pop scene, yeah, we can help you with that.
Virginia’s own Scott Brookman, whose latest album is the creatively titled, aery Smellicopter, joins Alan Haber on tonight’s spirited edition of Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation. Settle in at 8 pm ET for 90 minutes of cool chat about some of Scott’s favorite songs sung by female singers and, oh yeah, Smellicopter. You’ll hear two songs from the album–“Inspected by Curly” (think of those itty-bitty, tiny slips of paper you find in new shirt and pants pockets) and “Weirdos” (think–aw, never mind…everybody knows one or two!).
Not only will you hear two songs from Smellicopter, you’ll also hear a live, keyboard-driven take on “Very Anne,” also from the album, and a song that was cut and has never been heard…until now, and it’s performed live. Yes, these two performances are a collective Pure Pop Radio exclusive!
It’s all about female singers, Carole King chords, the influence of jazz on Scott’s songwriting and much, much more, tonight on Pure Pop Radio: In Conversation. Set your Internet radio devices for 8 pm ET tonight. We love Scott around here, and we know you will too.