Anne McCue interviewed Jan. 3 on Boris and Devo Rock Show

On Jan. 3, The Boris & Devo Rock Show will feature an interview with Australian singer/songwriter Anne McCue.

Co-host Devo caught up with McCue at a recent appearance in Boston to discuss her career and current projects she’s involved with.

McCue began her career as a guitarist in the Sydney-based band Vertigo, before linking up with the all-girl group Girl Monster in Melbourne. McCue played lead guitar with Girl Monstar from 1988 until the band broke up in 1992.

She would relocate to Los Angeles and later Nashville, where she continues to write and record a unique blend of rock, folk, blues and soul. She has toured in support of Lucinda Williams.

In addition to the interview, the show will feature McCue’s solo work as well as Girl Monstar material.

The Boris & Devo Rock Show airs on alternating Friday’s, 7:30-10:30 p.m. and features rock music, comedy and commentary from Boris and Devo.

Boz Scaggs talks about ‘Memphis’; memories of working with Duane Allman

An interview with Boz Scaggs was featured on the July 13 edition of Greasy Tracks. Scaggs, touring in support of his recent release, “Memphis,” spoke in-depth about recording at Royal Studios in Memphis, Tenn. and shared some interesting stories about studio genius Willie Mitchell. He also talked about the 1969 sessions for the now-legendary 13-minute track, “Loan Me a Dime” that was recorded with the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section and Duane Allman.