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Jimmy Barnes Talks Soul Searchin’ This Week At Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Edina Patsy on June 3, 2016

in Live,New Music,News,Noise Pro

Jimmy Barnes tells the stories behind the songs from his new album ‘Soul Searchin’ at iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com.

‘Soul Searchin’ is the fourth album in the Barnes soul series of albums that started back in the early 90s with ‘Soul Deep’ and ‘Soul Deeper’. For ‘Soul Searchin’ Jimmy travelled to Nashville to record rare soul songs with song of the writers and musicians from the original recordings.

Jimmy will perform the songs live across Australia on his Soul Searchin’ tour and he has also been announced to headline One Electric Day at Werribee Mansion in November.

Also this week hear new music from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Paul McCartney and Timo Maas, Mi-Sex, Peter Garrett, Tim Wheatley and The Strokes.


Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist for June 3-9 2016

Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway
Models – I Hear Motion

Pink Floyd – Have A Cigar
Paul McCartney and Timo Maas – 1985

Blur – Lonesome Street
The Monkees – She Makes Me Laugh

Jimmy Barnes interview 1

Jimmy Barnes – Cry To Me
Jimmy Barnes – The Dark End of the Street

Jimmy Barnes interview 2

Jimmy Barnes – In A Broken Dream
Jimmy Barnes – If Loving You Is A Crime I Will Always Be Guilty

Jimmy Barnes interview 3

Jimmy Barnes – She’s Looking Good
Jimmy Barnes – Rainbow Road

Jimmy Barnes interview 4

Icehouse – Nothing Too Serious
Mi-Sex – My Sex Your Sex

Boom Crash Opera – Great Wall
Peter Garrett – Great White Shark

Rickie Lee Jones – The Horses
Tim Wheatley – 78 Benz

The Strokes – Threat Of Joy
Beth Orton – Moon




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