Jeff Arundel, Matt & Kim, Marianne Dissard, and More in This Week's Issue

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This week's music feature is on singer-songwriter Jeff Arundel taking a trip down memory lane. Depending on how narcissistic or realistic they are, asking an artist to review the work he did a decade ago could either go pretty well or rather horribly. Martin Cizmar caught up with Jeff Arundel, an artist whose album he reviewed while he was in college. Arundel gives his take on the accuracy of Martin's review and his own work on his album Mood Ring.

Matt & Kim are never fully dressed without a smile. The duo from Brooklyn is among many rockers who are seemingly always happy. Plus, Tucson filmmaker and musician Marianne Dissard discusses her southwestern sound that she pairs with French lyrics.

Plus we've got show previews for Rick Springfield, Carrie Underwood, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Maxim Ludwig & the Santa Fe Seven, Scott Stapp, and Adam Smith.

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