Sunday Mar 17, 2024

Mak Daddy Revue and Independent Blues on WOAFM99

On this new episode of the WOAFM99 radio show, host Oliver Sean carries you through a soothing Sunday special, packed with a diverse playlist of Latin Jazz, Pop, Blues, and Alternative Pop tunes. Comprising songs from six handpicked independent artists, the program promises a relaxing escape for your Sunday afternoon. Opening with the easy pop jazz of 'Emotional Tsunami' by The Hipwaders, the playlist artfully transitions through blues and alt pop tracks by Kevin Paul and Tess Posner

A highlight of the show includes an insightful interview with Asa Makowski from the hit-band Mak Daddy Revue, where listeners get an exclusive look into their upcoming tour, new single, and first listen of their unreleased track 'I Wanna Belive'. As the program continues, listeners are treated to Tony Marcel St. Clair Ball's Micheal Jackson-styled  singing and the swinging sounds of The Silvers' new single, 'Reaching Out.'

Alongside showcasing the talent of these potential chart-toppers, this episode invites listeners into an engaging chat with host Oliver Sean, who's enjoying the beautiful Portuguese weather. The episode oscillates between lively music and discussions about Asa's transition into the chill-out jazz market, his experiences as a lead guitar player, and his anticipation for radio acceptance in this new market that Mak Daddy Revue are tapping into with their new song.

Also included are in-depth talks about their impressive collection of musical instruments, the band's unique structure, and how the Telecaster guitar has influenced their iconic blues sound. Furthermore, listen to the relatable experiences of Mak Daddy Revue amid the challenging pandemic, and their resilience to continue making music.

Likewise, discover WOA's efforts to nurture the future of music through their Independent Music Platforms initiative and the power of breakthrough Independent artists hitting #1 on the charts around the world, when they come together on the Independent No.1's and Goa Chillout Zone albums, including other artist powered music opportunities  by the WOA Entertainment Group.

The episode concludes with a discussion on the importance of relatability and personal connection in enhancing the fan-musician relationship on social media platforms. Tune in to immerse in their offbeat tales and captivating music journey.

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