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Colin Hay, Mick Hucknall, Greg Macainsh At Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by Edina Patsy on February 26, 2016

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

After 12 solo albums compared to his old band’s three, Colin Hay is still referred to as “former Men At Work” singer.

Hay joins Noise11 at iHeartRadio this week to talk about his transition and how he told the story in his documentary ‘Waiting For My Real Life’ ahead of his Australian dates.

Mick Hucknall of Simply Red tells us how he “grew up” and Skyhooks’ Greg Macainsh recalls the success 1990 reunion that generated the biggest selling Australian song of the year from the band.

With tours galore on the way there is live Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen and Black Sabbath.

Jon Stevens has a new song with a rap from his son Levi Jay. There is also the first new music in 20 years from Lush, rare Jeff Buckley, soul and blues from Mavis Staples and Tom Waits as well as a taste of Americana Australiana style from Henry Wagons.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist for 26 February 2016

The Jezabels – Pleasure Drive
AC/DC – It’s a Long Way To The Top

End of Fashion – O Yeah
Lush – Out of Control

Jackson Browne – The Pretender (Live)
Henry Wagons – Santa Fe

Metallica – Fade To Black
Black Sabbath – God Is Dead (live in Sydney)

Colin Hay interview part 1
Men At Work – Overkill
Colin Hay – Next Year People
Colin Hay interview part 2

Russell Morris – Lonesome Road
Tom Waits – The Soul of a Man

Janis Joplin – Me and Bobby McGee
Mavis Staples – Jesus Lay Down Beside Me

Bruce Springsteen – The River (live 2016)
Jeff Buckley – Just Like A Woman

(Greg Macainish interview)
Skyhooks – Jukebox In Siberia
Jon Stevens – In Your House

Santana – Smooth
Lukas Graham – 7 Years

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