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OPEN DAY 2020

  We’re also very excited to announce that our Open Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 14, 2020 Save the date and more details will be coming soon!!!!  

EASTWOOD LUNAR NEW YEAR FESTIVAL POSTPONED

EASTWOOD LUNAR NEW YEAR FESTIVAL POSTPONED   The City of Ryde, in consultation with the Lunar New Year Sub-Committee, has made the decision to postpone the Eastwood Lunar New Year Festival. The festival was scheduled to take place on Saturday

GUESS WHO POPPED IN?

    Jeremy Graham who many of you have heard on the Let’s Get Deep program now has his own show Quiet Fire which debuted last week and is on the 2RRR frequency every Friday 2pm-4pm. Join Jeremy on a journey through time as

Feature Albums

Bailey Black – Crazy LP

Our feature album this week is from Australian singer-songwriter Bailey Black with her debut-album Crazy.  Bailey Black is a 17 year-old musician from Brisbane, who over the past three years has been carefully piecing together her beautiful 9-track release; Crazy.  The

Stella Donnelly – Beware of the Dogs

Our feature album this week is from Perth musician Stella Donnelly with her highly anticipated debut-album Beware of the Dogs. Stella first emerged into the public’s eye with the release of her two singles Mechanical Bull and Boys Will Be Boys in 2017. Generating widespread

Seattic – Retrospeculation

Our feature album this week is from Melbourne electronic artist Seattic with his debut-record Retrospeculation.  Seattic is the solo-project of Adrian Osman, the former lead guitarist of Brisbane rock outfit Tourism. Taking a departure from his traditionally rock roots, under the

Featured Programs

Pop Divas of the 60’s on Pop Rock

This week Robbie will be honouring the glorious pop divas of the 1960s. So many great female artists emerged in the 60s – Dusty, Sandie, Lulu, Barbra, Aretha, Cilla, Nancy, Twinkle, Darlene, Tina and Petula to name just a few.

Albert Lee’s Early Days on Retropopic Radio

Great music alongside guitarist Albert Lee talking candidly about his earliest influences, his experience of playing with The Everly Brothers, Joe Cocker & Bill Wyman. Neil Saint asks “What are his earliest memories of listening to music? How did he co-write ‘Country

Lola on Midday Jazz

Rob is thinking of Valentine’s Day perhaps when he says”Until the real thing comes along, speak low as the moonglow lulls us both into dreamsville. Oh, if only Lola Albright (pictured), Sonny Rowlins, Nina Simone or Len Barnard could have added some atmosphere here!” Rob