Greatest Music of All Time is a podcast and video interview series celebrating the best music in the world across all genres. It comprises exclusive, candid conversations with artists who have written, recorded and performed music that has made a significant and lasting cultural impact. 

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One of the episodes features Europe, B.J. Thomas and Leo Sayer.

Europe is responsible for ‘The Final Countdown’, which, along with Toto’s ‘Africa’, might be the most enduringly popular 80s anthem. They also wrote and recorded arguably the greatest power ballad of all time in ‘Carrie’. Tom interviewed their lead singer Joey Tempest and heard about why you might need to get an obscure doctor to write a prescription for cortisol, why he will always be in debt to John Norum, and that there may be a Europe film to look forward to in the future. Watch this interview here.

B.J. Thomas, singer of ‘Hooked On A Feeling’ and ‘Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head’ – which was famously featured in ‘Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid’ talks to Tom about making the first platinum gospel album in history, why Elvis is the greatest recording artist of all time, and James Brown’s soft side. Watch this interview here.

Leo Sayer, behind such hits as ‘You Make Me Feel Like Dancing’ and ‘When I Need You’, who famously sprung back to number one with Meck’s remix of ‘Thunder In My Heart’ met with Tom to discuss how he relishes the challenge of proving he’s still got it at his age, how he can’t sleep sometimes because he has so many song ideas going through his head, why he always wants to show his fans something new, and his new album ‘Selfie’. Watch this interview here.