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The Angels play Palms Crown Casino on Friday 27 October 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels play Palms Crown Casino on Friday 27 October 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Angels and Colin Hay Are At Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by Noise11.com on November 10, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

While Colin Hay’s old band Men At Work sold over 30 million albums. That legacy has given him the foundation to create a credible body of solo work over the past 30 years.

This week at iHeartRadio Music News, powered by Noise11.com, Colin Hay talks about the differences between the heady days of the band and his solo years, his long time living in the USA verses the short time in Australia and the fun he has these days with his live shows.

Also at iHeartRadio, Oz rock legends The Angels. John Brewster founded the band with his brother Rick and Dave Gleeson has now been with The Angels for the past seven years. Rick and John have written the book on the band Brothers, Angels & Demons and share some stories about the early days at Alberts, George Young and AC/DC.

This week you will hear rare Midnight Oil and their Melbourne support bands The Jezabels and Adalita, new Neil Young, Sam Smith, Keith Urban and The Presets as well as Aretha orchestrated and news of The Black Sorrows at SXSW 2018.

Stream iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com here and now 24/7.

Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 10 November 2017

Noise11 iHeartRadioThe Jezabels – Pleasure Drive
Midnight Oil – Stand In Line

Midnight Oil – Surfing With A Spoon
Adalita – Warm Like You

Bob Dylan – Slow Train (live)
Henry Wagons – Tower of Song

Elton John – Madman Across The Water
Sam Smith – One Last Song

Ozzy Osbourne – Crazy Train
Neil Young – Already Great

Colin Hay interview 1
Colin Hay – Come Tumblin’ Down
Colin Hay – She Was The Love
Colin Hay interview 2

Jimmy Barnes – I’d Die To Be With You Tonight
Nic Cester – Eyes On The Horizon

Angels interview 1
The Angels – Straight Jacket
The Angels – Can’t Shake It
Angels interview 2

The Black Sorrows – Fix My Bail
Keith Urban – Female

Aretha Franklin – You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman
The Presets – Do What You Want

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