Skee-Lo Interview

So just how tall is Skee-Lo? Did he really play basketball? Were all the stories in the 1995 smash hit “I Wish” personal experiences? What was it like acting and VJ’ing shows on MTV? And what is he up to today? Find out the answers to these questions and many more by listening to Skee-Lo and Dave O speak via SKYPE. Skee-Lo is certainly candid and hilarious in this interview!

Robin S. Interview

Robin S. became a worldwide sensation in 1993 when the single “Show Me Love” hit the top of the charts around the world, and that success helped her launch a career that has seen several more hits, from “Love For Love” to “What I Do Best.” These days, you’ll hear multiple artists sampling her work, from Jason Derulo to Chris Brown to Kid Ink. Robin S. recently joined Dave O in a very blunt trip down memory lane, as she spoke about how she was actually SICK when she recorded “Show Me Love,” her surprise at its success, her thoughts on all the artists sampling Read More …

The Escape Club Interview

The Escape Club first hit big in 1988 when the song “Wild, Wild West” went to #1. In 1992, they had their biggest song of the 1990’s, “I’ll Be There,” which has become an anthem for those dealing with the pain of losing a loved one. Dave O recently SKYPED with lead singer Trevor Steel and discussed the controversy regarding the video for “Wild, Wild West,” where the idea for “I’ll Be There” came from, why the group broke up and much, much more.

No Mercy Interview

It was summertime in 1996 when “Where Do You Go” by No Mercy was lighting up radio and dance floors all over the world. The three man group out of Miami would follow that success up with singles like “Please Don’t Go” and “When I Die,” and the group is still kickin’ it today! Dave O recently SKYPED with Marty Cintron of No Mercy to talk about the origin of “Where Do You Go,” working with Frank Farian, traveling the world and what the group is up to today!

Jennifer Lopez Interview

American Music Award Winner. Billboard Music Video Award Winner. MTV VMA Winner. People’s Choice Award Winner. Style Icon of the Decade. Sexiest Woman of the Year. Most Powerful Celebrity of the Year. American Idol judge. Movie star. Music star. Mother. World icon. Jennifer Lopez is the above things and many more. J-Lo recently joined Dave O on Round Trip to discuss motherhood, American Idol, music, movies, pets and much, much more!

Boy Krazy Interview

Boy Krazy seemingly became an overnight sensation in 1993 when the single “That’s What Love Can Do” was released in the United States. However, what most people don’t realize is that Boy Krazy had been dropped by their label prior to this and the song had only been worked as a single in the UK. Ruth Ann Roberts of Boy Krazy recently SKYPED with Dave O to tell the bizarre and random story of how and why the group got picked back up by its label and how the song was released in the U.S. Other topics covered include how the group was formed, Ruth Read More …

Culture Beat

Culture Beat was masterminded by the late Torsten Fenslau, who was lost tragically in an automobile accident right at the height of Culture Beat’s success in November of 1993. Fenslau was just 29 years of age at the time, and unfortunately never got the chance to fully comprehend the impact his project would achieve. Culture Beat hit #1 in eleven countries with “Mr. Vain” and won multiple Echo Awards in Germany. Dave O recently caught up with Torsten’s brother Frank, who would take over Culture Beat in November of 1993 and continue to achieve loads of success. Topics discussed include what kind of a man Read More …

Tal Bachman Interview

Tal Bachman earned BMI’s “Song of the Year Award” in 1999 with the hit “She’s So High,” which also garnered him two Juno’s and Grammy nominations. The son of Randy Bachman, who co-founded “The Guess Who” and “Bachman-Turner Overdrive,” Tal’s career has continued with not only music, but also politics, as he’s served as a political analyst. Dave O recently SKYPED with Tal Bachman to discuss all of the above, as well as topics such as having “She’s So High” re-made in Norway and playing competitive rugby. ***NOTE*** Tal is quite funny, so please beware of consuming liquids during the interview.

B*Witched (Barbarellas)

Over here in America, we were first introduced to B*Witched back in 1998, when they raced up the charts with “C’est La Vie.” Around that same time, B*Witched could be found opening up for Britney Spears, ‘N Sync and 98 Degrees. B*Witched, originaly from Ireland, was largely the work of two twins, Edele & Keavy Lynch, whose older brother Shane is a member of the group Boyzone. Today, Edele & Keavy are still doing music together, and they are now known as “Barbarellas.” Dave O recently SKYPED with Edele to discuss the good old days of B*Witched, including how the group was founded, how they Read More …

Donna Lewis Interview

Donna Lewis gave us perhaps the most timeless love song of the entire 1990’s with “I Love You Always Forever” in 1996. The song spent nine weeks at #2 (including 35 weeks on the charts overall!). Donna recently joined Dave O from her New York City residence and shared many neat stories, including how she got signed to a record deal, the inspiration for that song and why she took so many years off and away from the spotlight.