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Morgan Evans and Catherine McGrath Join Noise11 iHeartRadio This Week

by Noise11.com on September 8, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

At iHeartRadio music news powered by Noise11.com this week we get a little bit country and a little bit Rock and Roll.

Australian based Nashville star Morgan Evans is on the show this week as well as his touring partner Catherine McGrath. Morgan is the first Australian since Keith Urban to have a number one country hit in America.

Steven Tyler revisits Muscle Shoals Studios in Alabama for his version of Brown Sugar recorded in the same studio where the Stones made their Sticky Fingers classic.

McCartney’s new album has arrived, Prince released A Piano and a Microphone 1983, Mario McNulty reinvents Bowie’s Beat of your Drum and REM go into the vault for this BBC recordings.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 8 September 2018

Paul McCartney – Dominos
Willie Nelson – Gotta Serve Somebody
REM : Losing My Religion
Prince – 17 Days

Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop That Thing
Fleetwood Mac – The Chain
Morgan Evans interview 1
Morgan Evans – I Do
Morgan Evans – Day Drunk
Morgan Evans interview 2

Steven Tyler – Brown Sugar
Nirvana – Molly Lips
Bryan Ferry – In Every Dreamhome A Heartache
David Bowie – Beat of your Drum (Mario McNulty version)

Paul Simon – How The Heart Approaches What It Yearns
Cher – SOS
Catherine McGrath interview 1
Catherine McGrath – Dodged A Bullet
Catherine McGrath – Talk of the Town
Catherine McGrath interview 2

Kiss – Black Diamond
Elvis Costello – Unwanted Number
Pink Floyd – See Emily Play
Muse – The Dark Side

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