The supergroup World Goes Round formed in the late 80s but never released their recordings until now. The band was made up of singer/songwriters and musicians that worked with the likes of Queen, Linda Ronstadt, Chaka Kahn, Quincy Jones and so many others. Frank Musker talks to Carlos Amezcua about releasing 30 year old music from his own band, World Goes Round, now. They group has come back together with those sounds from way back when. “Big House” is the first single out. Musker says a full album is coming this fall and he would love to play with the group in front of a live audience at some point soon. Other World Goes Round band members include musicians Elizabeth Lamers, Jeff Hull and Marty Walsh.