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Justin Hayward And David Bridie Guest at Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Noise11.com on June 30, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Justin Hayward is at Noise11 iHeartRadio this week to talk about 50 years of Moody Blues and first very first solo tour of Australia. Also David Bridie of My Friend The Chocolate Cake previews the new album ‘The Revival Meeting’ and talks about the band’s homage to artist Jeffrey Smart.

Also this week at iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com Paul McCartney explains how ‘FourFiveSeconds’ was made, there is new Australian music from The Church, Paul Kelly, Gordie and Angus & Julia Stone and tour news for U2, kd lang and The Weeknd.

You will also hear previously unreleased Prince and Radiohead tracks from their new reissues.

iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com is your weekly snapshot of new music and music news. Stream the show right now at iHeartRadio.

Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 30 June – 6 July 2017

Lorde – Perfect Places
Kanye West – Famous

Paul McCartney – FourFiveSeconds
Angus & Julia Stone – Snow

Culture Club – Black Money
The Church – Another Century

Justin HaywardJustin Hayward interview part 1

Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin
Wings – Go Now

Justin Hayward interview part 2

Justin Hayward – Forever Autumn
Justin Hayward – Blue Guitar

Justin Hayward interview part 3

Radiohead – Man of War
Paul Kelly – Firewood and Candles

U2 – Bullet The Blue Sky
Husky – Ghost

My Friend The Chocolate Cake The Revival MeetingDavid Bridie interview part 1
My Friend The Chocolate Cake – Jeffrey Smart
My Friend The Chocolate Cake – Poke Along Slowly
David Bridie interview part 2

Prince – Electric Intercourse
The Weeknd – I Feel It Coming

kd lang – Constant Craving
Gordi – Heaven I Know

iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com is your weekly snapshot of new music and music news. Stream the show right now at iHeartRadio.

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