The Pretty Things and Teenage Fanclub At Noise11 iHeartRadio for 21 September 2018 -
The Pretty Things, Phil May: Photo Ros O'Gorman

The Pretty Things, Phil May: Photo Ros O'Gorman

The Pretty Things and Teenage Fanclub At Noise11 iHeartRadio for 21 September 2018

by on September 21, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

In a brand new iHeartRadio Music News powered by Raymond McGinley of Teenage Fanclub explains why co-founder Gerard Love is leaving the band.

Dick Taylor is a founder of The Pretty Things and before that he was the original bass player in the Rolling Stones. The Pretty Things will tour Australia in October for David Roy Williams. Noise11 catches up with Dick Taylor to talk Dylan, Bowie, The Who and The Stones as well as The Pretty Things ahead of the tour.

There is news on The Beatles Let It Be, Download, Melbourne Music Week and what Australian artists are doing for drought stricken farmers.

Hear new music from Disturbed, Paul Kelly, Mark Knopfler, The Living End, Cookin’ On 3 Burners and The Black Sorrows.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist for 21 September 2018

Disturbed – A Reason To Fight
Ozzy Osbourne – Mama I’m Coming Home
The Beatles – Two Of Us
Paul Kelly – A Bastard Like Me

The Pretty Thing interview 1
The Pretty Things – Rosalyn
The Pretty Things – Don’t Bring Me Down
The Pretty Thing interview 2
The Pretty Things – SF Sorrow Is Born
The Pretty Things – The Same Sun
The Pretty Thing interview 3

Kiss – War Machine
Drought Breakers – Rain
Renee Geyer – Say I Love You
Cookin’ On 3 Burners – The Jump Off

Mark Knopfler – Good On You Son
Paul McCartney – Back In Brazil
Teenage Fanclub interview 1
Teenage Fanclub – Star Sign
Teenage Fanclub – Ain’t That Enough
Teenage Fanclub interview 2

Bob Dylan – If You See Her Say Hello
The Black Sorrows – Silvio
Powerfinger – The Day You Come
The Living End – Otherside

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