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James Taylor, Robert Plant and City Calm Down Are On Noise11iHeartRadio This Week

by Noise11.com on April 5, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

In a brand new iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com James Taylor about his new kids book Sweet Baby James, Robert Plant sings the praises of Greta Van Fleet and Jack Bourke of Calm City Down reveals the secret of Joan in his song ‘Joan I’m Disappearing’.

Remember 80s act Nena and her hit song ’99 Lutfballoons’? She is back with a brand new song with Dave Stewart.

Bob Spencer, formerly of The Angels, Skyhooks and Finch has released his debut solo album ‘Saints and Murderers’. We’ll sample that this week and as well as new music from Rick Springfield from his blues album inspired by the recent releases from his mate Russell Morris.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 5 April 2018

Dreams – No One Defeats Us
Garbage – I Think I’m Paranoid

Led Zeppelin – Friends
Greta Van Fleet – Highway Tune

Nena – 99 Luftballoons
Dave Stewart and Nena – Be My Rebel

Eurythmics – Would I Lie To You
Jon Stevens – Hold On

The The – Uncertain Smile
Calm City Down – Joan I’m Disappearing

Jack Bourke of City Calm Down talks about Joan

Australian Crawl – Reckless
Neil Young – Peace Trail (from Paradox)

James Taylor talks about the book Sweet Baby James

James Taylor – Sweet Baby James
Hall & Oates – Philly Forget Me Not

Midnight Oil – Who Can Stand In The Way
Ian Moss – Broadway

Rose Tattoo – Black Eyed Bruiser
Bob Spencer – As White As Jesus

Russell Morris – Sharkmouth
Rick Springfield – In The Land Of The Blind

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