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Pat Davern of Grinspoon and Pete Murray At Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by on June 9, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Grinspoon are officially a classic rock band with the 20th anniversary release of their debut Guide To Better Living, although Pat Davern prefers the term “heritage rock’. Pat talks at iHeartRadio Music News powered by this week.

Pete Murray also sits down at Noise11 to tell stories of his new album ‘Camacho’. After four Top 10 albums in a row, three of them number ones, Pete has released ‘Camacho’, his first album in six years. Pete recruited Trails from AB Original and Andrew Burford of Hilltop Hoods fame to work on the album as well as Jon Hume of Evermore, who is at the top of his game as a producer in Australia right now.

Noise11 iHeartRadio is your weekly snap-shot of the artists in the news each week and each week you’ll hear new music at Noise11 first. This week has new music from Roger Waters, Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire, Liam Gallagher, Tex Don & Charlie and Buckingham & McVie.

There is news on upcoming tours for Steve Hackett of Genesis and Everclear, Eagles in the USA with new guy Vince Gill, the Stuart Fraser benefit with Farnham, Barnes and Noiseworks and the next Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar along with a rare Alice Cooper song from a British production of JC Superstar.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist for 9-15 June 2017

Roger Waters – Picture That
Radiohead – I Promise

Genesis – Eleventh Earl of Mar
Arcade Fire – Everything Now

Noiseworks – Take Me Back
Foo Fighters – Run

Pete Murray interview 1

Pete Murray – Sold
Pete Murray – Home

Pete Murray interview 2

Everclear – Everything To Everyone
Liam Gallagher – Wall of Glass

Vince Gill – I Can’t Tell You Why
Tex Don and Charlie – A Man In Conflict With Nature

Alice Cooper – King Herods Song
Dan Auerbach – Shine On Me

Grinspoon Guide To Better LivingGrinspoon interview 1

Grinspoon – DCx3
Grinspoon – Just Ace

Grinspoon interview 2

Bob Dylan – Tangled Up In Blue
Lindsay Buckingham and Christine McVie – Sleeping Around The Corner

Whirlywirld – Window To The World
Bleachers – Don’t Take The Money




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