LISTEN: Interview on Australian Radio station Max FM 107.3

I had a great interview with Peter Hammond of Max FM 107.3 in Taree, New South Wales, Australia on April 2, 2019. He’s a big fan of the three Serenity albums and The Stick in general. The interview aired at 1:00 AM AZ time on April 2nd, which was late afternoon the next day (April 3rd) in Australia. (That 18-hour time difference is killer, isn’t it?)

You can hear the entire interview here:

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