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Songs of the Week – 04/11/2018

This is the third edition of Songs of the Week looking at the freshest new releases from each week. Last week was a very exciting week to be an Aussie music fan. Blue Mountains legends Hermitude surprised us with their

2RRR at the 2018 Granny Smith Festival

Last week 2RRR was at the City of Ryde Council’s Granny Smith Festival.  We hosted live music from singer Callie Dibble, interviewed the 2017 Granny Smith Queen Jane Meney, and had a wonderful day speaking to loyal listeners who told

Songs of the Week – 28/10/2018

This is the second edition of Songs of the Week looking at some of the best new releases of each week. Last week saw some great new music drop from classic trio The Black Eyed Peas. Releasing their first album

Feature Albums

JBrown – ‘SPLASH’

Our feature album this week is from electronic musician JBrown with his new album ‘SPLASH’. JBrown is an artist from Sydney who has been active in the industry for nearly two decades. He begun releasing music back in the early

Zion Garcia – ‘Plastic Woman’

Our feature album this week is from Sydney hip-hop artist Zion Garcia with his exceptionally crafted debut-album ‘Plastic Woman.’ At only 16 years of age, Zion Garcia is without question one of the most exciting and talented musicians to come

Anderson .Paak – ‘Oxnard’

Our feature album this week is from American singer songwriter Anderson .Paak with his third studio album ‘Oxnard.’ Arguably one of the most interesting hip-hop musicians to come out of the last decade, Anderson .Paak exceeds all expectations with ‘Oxnard’.

Featured Programs

Arrangements With Violets on Real World Gardener

For lovers of violet flowers, Margaret Mossakowska fromwww.mosshouse.com.au talks about what to do with violet flowers. How to grow your own pineapple in vegetable heroes? Some help on making a succulent arrangement from Ivy Alley owner, Rachel Gleeson . Plus exciting

Buddy Clark on There Goes That Song Again

Today, Brian is featuring “Buddy Clark’s duets with female vocalists”. Buddy Clark was a very popular singer in the 1930s and 40s but whose life was tragically cut short in 1949 in a plane crash. Among Buddy’s many recordings are

School Days on Pop Rock

Remember The Days Of The Old Schoolyard? If not, don’t worry because Robbie does! Tune in to hear some of the great school songs from the 50s and 60s including School Days, Be True To Your School, Swinging School, Good