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Black Sorrows And Dawes Are At Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by Paul Cashmere on October 7, 2016

in News,Noise Pro

The Black Sorrows 20th album The Faithful Satellite has been released and Joe Camilleri will be along to share some stories at iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com.

Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes is along as well. Now that Taylor is Mandy Moore’s partner you would think he would be having problems with the tabloids but he says they have no idea who he is. Listen to the interview at iHeartRadio.

There is new music from Shannon Noll, Beware of Darkness, Lisa Mitchell, Dan Sultan and Robbie Williams and The Stone get bluesy.

Listen live now to iHeartRadio Music News powered by Noise11.com

Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 7 October 2016

Shannon Noll – Who I Am
Rolling Stones – Mixed Emotions 12-inch version

Vo2 – 40912.mp3

Rolling Stones – Fancy Man Blues
Beware of Darkness – Muthafucka

Oasis – Whats The Story Morning Glory
Radiohead – Spectre

Dawes We're All Gonna Die(Taylor Goldsmith interview 1)
Dawes – Picture of a Man
Dawes – When The Tequila Runs Out
(Taylor Goldsmith interview 2)

Australian Crawl – Unpublished Critics
Dan Sultan – Magnetic

Tim Buckley – Move With Me
Eric Clapton – Motherless Children (from Live in San Diego)

Black Sorrows Faithful SatelliteThe Black Sorrows – Fix My Bail
The Black Sorrows – Carolina

Neil Young + Promise of the Real– After The Goldrush
Lisa Mitchell – The Boys

Matchbox Twenty – Push
Robbie Williams – Party Like A Russian

Flume –Never Be Like You
The Chainsmokers – All We Know

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