This is the extended, un-cut version of the interview. A shorter version of this interview aired on Café Jazz Thursday, March 8, 2012.
The influential 1970s and 80s pop group, Romeo Void, impressed audiences with their eclectic fusion of rock, punk, and jazz based influences. Lead singer, Debora Iyall’s passionate and thought provoking vocals added to their unique sound. Recently, Assistant Professor of History, and Thursday night host of “Café Jazz,” Dr. Brian Clardy interviewed Iyall via telephone. They discussed, among other things, her latest album “Singing Until Sunrise.”
Classic video: "A Girl in Trouble (is a temporary thing)" by Romeo Void