On Let’s Talk this morning Boe speaks with Dhapanbal Yunupingu who is one of six daughters of the famous lead singer of Yothu Yindi, Dr Yunupingu. We played two of her songs Mari Wurrapa and Gurtha, after seeing an old interview of her father on TV she was inspired to write a song called Treaty Crying. Dhapanbal has been making waves with two NT Music Song of the Year awards over the past two years.
Blues with a Feeling
Join Shaun as he features a bunch of tracks about that most fundamental of human emotions. Careful selected songs from Shemekia Copeland, Kara Grainger, Lindsay Beaver and Gina Sicilia
The Drive Show crew caught up with Tia Gostelow on where she’s been and where she’s going – and she threw in a couple of deadly tunes too! Listen here to check it out and keep up to date with what’s happening in Tia’s world.
The mob from Anindilyakwa Arts Centre yarned with Elijah and Lizzie about the centre, their “traditional meets modern” dyeing methods on silk fabrics and their collaboration with fashion label Racy and Lucky for Emily Wurramara’s dress she wore to the ARIA’s Awards. Listen here to get informed!
Catch the Drive Show’s chat here with up super friendly, talented and coming country muso Blake O’Connor, one of the top 10 Toyota Star Maker finalists! You’ll wanna keep your eye on this young fella!
Men Behaving Badly 2018.
It was a special treat for Jamie and Clay this morning when they had the one and only Brendan Radford on Friday Live. Bloody LEGEND!
On this episode of Three Chords & The Truth Jen and Paddy talk everything Support Act an organisation helping musician in time of need. Jen and Paddy also play a selection of music from artists directly helped by Support Act or working to spread the news of the great work being done.
Troy Cassar-Daley and Laurel Edwards Call Jamie and Clay for their review of the 2018 ARIA awards. Is there any anyone they didn’t meet on the red carpet? We think not!
A great interview!!
This week, Dan Rennie catches up with former Olympic athlete Patrick Johnson, fellow Olympic competitor Brandon Wakeling and rugby league legend Steve Renouf to talk about some of the great events Deadly Choices have been involved with in 2018 and take a preview of the 2019 events