There’s Divinyls, The Beasts, Do Re Mi and the Red Hot Summer Series 2 acts at Noise11 iHeartRadio - Noise11.com
Joan Jett at Red Hot Summer, Mornington, 19 January 2019 photo by Karen Freedman

Joan Jett at Red Hot Summer, Mornington, 19 January 2019 photo by Karen Freedman

There’s Divinyls, The Beasts, Do Re Mi and the Red Hot Summer Series 2 acts at Noise11 iHeartRadio

by Noise11.com on January 29, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Australia has kicked off the 2019 live music season with a vibrant series of acts with the Red Hot Summer series bringing local and international acts across Australia and a number of bands back together including Do Re Mi, Divinyls and The Beasts.

In this weeks iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com Red Hot Summer series one headliners Jimmy Barnes and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts are here as well as the seven acts coming up in Series two mid February – Suzi Quatro, The Angels, Baby Animals, Screaming Jets, Jon Stevens, Noiseworks and Chocolate Starfish.

Mark McEntee has put together an all-new Divinyls line-up. We talk to new lead singer Lauren Ruth Ward. Kim Salmon is here to talk about the next stage of The Beasts of Bourbon, now called simply The Beasts and with Do Re Mi performing their first shows since the 80s for By The C, we catch up with Helen Carter.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 29 January 2019

Noise11 iHeartRadioWeezer – Mr Blue Sky
Joe Jackson – Friend Better

Divinyls Lauren Ruth Ward interview 1
Divinyls – I Touch Myself
Divinyls – Science Fiction
Divinyls Lauren Ruth Ward interview 2

Paul McCartney – Big Barn Bed
The Beatles – Revolution

The Beasts Kim Salmon interview 1
The Beasts – In My Own
sweeper
The Beasts – Pearls Before Swine
The Beasts Kim Salmon interview 2

Don Felder – American Rock N Roll
Jimmy Barnes – My Criminal Record

Helen Carter of Do Re Mi interview 1
Do Re Mi – Man Overboard
Do Re Mi – Adultery
Helen Carter of Do Re Mi interview 2

Red Hot Summer acts 2019:
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – I Hate Myself For Loving You
Suzi Quatro – Can The Can
The Angels – Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face
Baby Animals – Early Warning
Screaming Jets – Helping Hand
Noiseworks – Take Me Back
Moving Pictures – Bustin Loose
Chocolate Starfish – You’re So Vain

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