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Noise11 iHeartRadio Launches First Show For 2017 #Playlist

by on January 6, 2017

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iHeartRadio Music News powered by returns with new music for 2017 from The xx, The Avalanches and Ryan Adams and a look at upcoming tours for the year.

Over the break we lost George Michael as well as Status Quo’s Rick Parfitt. This week is also the one-year anniversary of the passing of David Bowie.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio Music News playlist for 6-12 January 2017

Neil Young Peace Trail
Status Quo – Big Fat Mama

George Michael – I Can’t Make You Love Me
The xx – Say Something Loving

U2 – Bullet The Blue Sky
Ryan Adams – To Be Without You

Lloyd Cole – Perfect Skin
David Bowie – Lazarus

Guns N Roses – Sweet Child O Mine
Bruce Springsteen – Rosalita

Chuck Berry – My Ding A Ling
The Rolling Stones – Ride Em On Down

The Rolling Stones and Buddy Guy – Champagne and Reefer
Russell Morris – Lonesome Road

Adele – Send My Love
Drake – Too Good

twenty one pilots – Stressed Out
London Grammar – Rooting For You

Clean Bandit – Rockabye
The Avalanches – Bad Day

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