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The Cat Club Podcast with the band Time Lords – Episode 146

The Cat Club Podcast airs each Monday on the Music in Motion Columbus radio network.

Cry ‘Allons-y!’ and let slip the Time Lords

For fans of the band and the Whovians among you, the exclamation above makes perfect sense. For everyone else, it’s high time to embrace the glory that is Doctor Who.

Playing guitar and belting out emotion-filled vocals, Beth Hunter is the founder and principal songwriter of Time Lords. With various musicians entering/exiting the band over the years, being the one constant likens her to the T.A.R.D.I.S., with all the others becoming the “Time Lords” that regenerate over time. Their sound is very much their own, with a blues-based spine that incorporates rock, punk, a dash of jazz and so much more to stand out in a crowded sonic sea of trendiness.

We delve into the band’s musical catalog and touch on the different musicians that have been in the band or played with them. Ms. Hunter tells us a new drummer, BK, has joined the band as they prepare songs for their fourth full-length album (tentatively scheduled to be released in March 2021).

But on this week’s show, you’ll hear six brand new songs from their upcoming third full-length album, This Love. It’s due to be released on March 31st, and having received an advance copy of it, we must say that it is fantastic!

You can catch the Time Lords at their next show on April 4th at the 2020 SoHud Fools Parade & Festival of Hilaria in Columbus, OH.

Music on this week’s show:

  1. Beebop Blues
  2. The Other Way
  3. Firefly
  4. This Love
  5. You Ain’t My Man
  6. I Am The Light

*all six songs on the show from Time Lords upcoming album, This Love, available March 31st.

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The Cat Club Podcast with Time Lords – Episode 146

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