A Song For Everyone – Presented by John Regan

The program is an eclectic mix of singer/songwriters with a healthy dose of up and coming Aussie talent.

(LILY DUVAL) A couple of days ago I had the chance to talk to Sydney singer songwriter Lily Duval who is doing very well with her new single “The Last Goodbye”. You can hear the interview along with tracks from the Lily’s catalogue following. Tracks are “Down To The Lake”, “Full Moon” and “The Last Goodbye”. To learn more about Lily go to her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Lily-Duval-1393456494240090/ (Posted 13th June 2019)

(EVAN LOCK) In the studio today was local singer/songwriter Evan Lock who is currently enjoying great success with his debut album “Kaleidoscopic”. You can hear the interview following along with tracks from the album. Tracks are “Couples Town”, “Scorpio” and “Queen Of Sydney”. To learn more about Evan go to his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/evan.g.lock (Posted 6th June 2019) 

(BIG SKY MOUNTAIN) Interviewed today were Kelly and Gabby who are two of the seven leading lights in the all female group Big Sky Mountain a group that is enjoying great success with its debut album “All Our Minutes”. Tracks you can hear during the interview are “All Our Minutes”, “Cover My Tracks” and the new single “Homeland”

(MATT ANDERSEN) Interview with Canadian blues artist Matt Andersen who has recently released a new album entitled “Halfway Home By Morning”. Tracks from the album played are “What Would Your Mama Say”, “Quarter On The Ground” and “Something To Lose” {featuring Amy Helm).

(SOUL MESSENGERS) Listen to an interview with Simon and Dave from the Sydney Group Soul Messengers. Tracks played during the interview are “Whiplash”, “Don’t Let Them Tell You” from their album “Vision And Faith” and their latest single “Revolutionaries”

(CITIZEN OF THE WORLD) A couple of days ago I spoke with Gerrit Gmel, singer songwriter with the group “Ctizen of the World”. The group have just released an EP, “Window To Your Mind” and you can hear the interview and a few tracks following.

(GARRETT KATO) A couple of days ago I spoke with singer/songwriter Garrett Kato, Canadian in origin but definitely Australian now, whose new single “River Mouth” is doing great things. You can hear the interview and a few tracks following

(ELISA KATE) A couple of days ago I had a chat with singer/songwriter Elisa Kate from Newcastle who is currently enjoying great success with her new single “Promise Me”. Have a listen to the interview and some of her work below. Tracks played were “Taking This Flight”, “Promise Me” and “Now Or Never” Learn more about Elisa at https://www.elisakate.com/ (Posted 18th April 2019)

 (LIZA OHLBACK) In the studio today was local jazz/soul diva Liza Ohlback who’s latest album “Mercy Train” has done great things on the Blues and Roots Airplay charts – in fact I think it’s topped them. She played a few of her favourite tracks by other artists as well as a couple of her own and you can hear the chat and tracks played following.

(THE MORRISONS) A couple of days ago I had a chat with James Morrison, vocalist and guitarist with the Sydney Bluegrass group The Morrisons who have just played to a packed house at the Sydney Recital Centre in a tribute to the music of the film “Oh Brother Where Art Thou”. You can hear the chat as well as tracks from their debut self titled album following. Tracks played were “Cumberland Plain”, “Sugar Cane” and “Ruby”. Get to know the Morrisons better at https://www.facebook.com/TheMorrisonsAustralia/ (Posted 4th April 2019)

(WATCHGLASS) In the studio today were local singer songwriters Gina and Mark from the group Watchglass who have recently released the album “The Moment”. You can hear the interview and tracks from their albums following. Tracks played were “Watchglass” from the album of the same name and “Red Lines” plus “At The Moment”, both from the album “The Moment”. You can find out more about Watchglass at https://www.facebook.com/watchglass13/ (Posted 21st March 2018)

(INGRID MAE) In the studio today was local singer/songwriter Ingrid Mae along with her partner Paul. Ingrid is about to release her new album called “Holy Smoke” and you can listen to the interview along with tracks from the album following. Tracks played were “New Squeeze”, “Choosy” and “Magnetic”.You can learn more of Ingrid and what she is doing at https://www.ingridmae.com/  (Posted 14th March 2019)

(PETA MAI) In the studio today was local singer songwriter Peta Mai who played a couple of her own songs from her EP “This is not about You” and also play a few tracks from people that have played a part in her choosing a musical career. Tracks played were:

  • We Could’ve Been More – Peta Mai
  • Lonely Weekend – Kacey Musgrave
  • Rosie – John Mayer
  • The Bones – Maren Morris
  • Ain’t No Fun – Paramore
  • Love Is A Wild Thing – Kacey Musgrave
  • Thank You For Goodbye – Peta Mai

You can hear the chat and songs played following and learn more of Peta and what she is doing at https://www.petamaimusic.com/  (Posted 7th March 2019)

(RALPH MCTELL) On Tuesday last I was lucky enough to talk to singer/songwriter Ralph McTell. Last here in 2012, he’s back for a tour of Australian capital cities and to attend a couple of noted folk festivals. Best known for his songs of social commentary such as “Streets of London”, he’s released dozens of albums and won many accolades. You can listen to the interview and tracks played following. Tracks played are “Mr Connaughton”, “West 4th Street & Jones” and “Streets of London”. You can find out more about Ralph and the tour at http://www.ralphmctell.co.uk/ (Posted 28th February 2019)