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BITTER PILL … Michael Sweet on Bret Michaels doing country single; “A little harder pill for me to swallow”



Michael Sweet on Bret Michaels doing country single; “A little harder pill for me to swallow”


Totally Driven Radio — Totally Driven Radio, the weekly radio podcast heard live every Thursday night from 8 – 11 pm Est time on the Totally Driven Entertainment Radio Network, hosted by Bay Ragni and Nick Wilkinson covers the world of sports and entertainment each week, as well as bringing you celebrity guests interviews,

This week we talked to the Michael Sweet who returns for his third appearance on Totally Driven Radio….

We talked to Michael about………..

HMF_Sept_17_2016_Sky_160x600_1**Confirms that a 2nd Lynch Sweet album will happen in 2017

**And it will be in a heavier style of music

**His latest single off his solo album   “Radio”

**Working with Nashville music writers

**His opinion on Tommy Thayer’s comment …. New music is a waste of time

**He plans to release 12 – 20 albums in the next few years

**If he asked his brother Robert & Oz Fox to be in the video for “Radio”, to show their support for him

**Have any of the Stryper guys asked, why didn’t you save that song for us

**How some rockers have been trying to turn to country music as money grab

**That he would never try to be a country artist

**It’s a hard pill for him to swallow Steven Tyler or Bret Michaels as a country artist

**30th Anniversary tour of “To Hell with the Devil” with the old costumes

**How much their lives changed with the release of To Hell with the Devil

**His thoughts on the VMA’s

**Does the future of the music business scare him as an artist?

**How he is thankful, he has not had to get a job yet, he can still live on his music

**IN 2017 …… will be Solo Dates, as well as Sweet / Lynch dates

Michael hangs out for 30 mins, and talks all these topics and more!!




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