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Kram and Glenn Hughes Guest At Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by Noise11.com on August 18, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Kram talks all things Easybeats, Glenn Hughes tells the stories of Deep Purple Mk II this week at iHeartRadio music news powered by Noise11.com.

With the upcoming EasyFever shows in December paying tribute to Stevie Wright and The Easybeats, Kram of Spiderbait talks about the influence Alberts and The Easybeats had on the early Spiderbait albums.

Kram, Chris Cheney, Phil Jamieson, Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers are the EasyFever supergroup gathering to perform the icon Aus rock songs of Vanda and Young’s first band.

Glenn Hughes was the architect before the reinvention of Deep Purple after the departure of Ian Gillian and then Ritchie Blackmore. Deep Purple fans often debate the legacy of the two Purples. Mk II’s ‘Burn’ and ‘Stormbringer’ are often cited as two of the greatest moments in 70s rock.

Hughes will perform Classic Deep Purple Live in Australia and New Zealand in September. It will be the first time in 41 years he has performed an entire show of Deep Purple songs. Find the dates here

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 18-24 August 2017

Paul Kelly – Firewood and Candles
Eagles – Witchy Woman

Alison Moyet – Love Resurrection
Morgan Evans – Kiss Somebody

Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty – Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
Liam Gallagher – Wall of Glass

Bruce Springsteen – Blinded By The Light
Neil Young – Hitchhiker

Glenn Hughes Classic Deep Purple live(Glenn Hughes int 1)
Deep Purple – Burn
Deep Purple – Might Just Take Your Life
(Glenn Hughes int 2)
Deep Purple – Stormbringer
Deep Purple – You Keep On Moving
(Glenn Hughes int 3)

Eskimo Joe – Black Fingernails Red Wine
Tim Wheatley – Better Days

(Kram/Easybeats interview)
The Wrights – Evie Pts 1 2 3
Marlon Williams – Vampire Again

A.B. Original – January 26
Neil Finn – Second Nature

Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb
Kirin J Callinan – Big Enough

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