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Mental As Anything performs at Memo in St Kilda on Friday 17 June 2016 photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mental As Anything, Kerryn Tolhurt, Peter Farnan Guest At Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Edina Patsy on July 1, 2016

in Live,New Music,News,Noise Pro

As Mental As Anything approaches the benchmark 40th anniversary Greedy Smith joins Noise11 at iHeartRadio to talk new and old.

Kerryn Tolhurst was a member of The Dingoes and before that Greg Quill & Country Radio. He tells us about the Some Lonesome Picker album, a tribute to Greg Quill.

Peter Farnan is “the little guy in Boom Crash Opera’. Peter is crowdfunding an all-star project called Pesky Bones and he checks in to discuss it.

You’ll also hear new music from Kylie Minogue, Rival Sons, Broods and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Discover a new band out of Alabama called The Dirty Clergy and we’ll look play music from the new releases of The Stones ‘Stripped’ reissue and Neil Young’s ‘Earth’.

Listen to the Noise11 Music News channel now at iHeartRadio

Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist 1 – 7 July 2016

iHeartRadio Noise11 channel music newsKylie Minogue – This Wheel’s On Fire
New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle

Bee Gees – Stayin’ Alive
Coldplay – Hymn For The Weekend

The Rolling Stones – Little Baby (from Stripped)
Neil Young – Vampire Blues (from Earth)

Jimmy Barnes – Mustang Sally
Mental As Anything – Shake Off Your Sandals

(Greedy Smith interview)

John Lennon – How Do You Sleep
Steven Tyler – We’re All Somebody From Somewhere

(Pete Farnan int)
Boom Crash Opera – Onion Skin
The Dirty Clergy – All I Need

(Kerryn Tolhurt int)

Greg Quill – Gypsy Queen
Russell Morris – Last Time Around

(Kerryn Tolhurt int)

Pat Benatar – All Fired Up
Rival Sons – Hollow Bones

Beyonce – Don’t Hurt Yourself
Broods – Free

Twenty One Pilots – Stressed Out
Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway

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