Grayson Hugh: The singer-songwriter, whose 1988 album Blind to Reason yielded the Top 20 hit Talk It Over, sits down with Milling About host Robin Milling to chat about his new CD, An American Record, which features the soulful tracks Zoe On the T Train and North Ohio.
Montsho Eshe: The singer-songwriter from two-time Grammy-winning hip-hop group Arrested Development—who scored such Top 10 hits as Tennessee, People Everyday and Mr. Wendal—stops by E.R. Radio to fill host Cutty Shark in on her upcoming solo project.
Dan Cutforth & Jane Lipsitz: The producers of America’s Next Great Restaurant stop by Tomorrow Will Be Televised to talk with host Simon Applebaum about the NBC reality series, which bows March 6. Plus: Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora, co-creators of Breakout Kings.
Dianne Reeves: Though known for carrying on the tradition of jazz masters like Ella Fitzgerald, it was Earth Wind & Fire that helped propel the diva to stardom. “I didn’t know Philip Bailey then,” she tells host Joy Keys. “But I knew friends of his, who told him, ‘You should get Diane!’