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Moocooboola Festival

Moocooboola Festival

Sunday 1st of August The Moocooboola Festival has grown to become a significant community event, attracting approximately 20,000 people throughout the day. The growth in this event can be attributed to the move to Boronia Park Ovals and being held

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School Holiday Program: NAIDOC Week – Stories and Culture

Thursday 14th July A fun and interactive NAIDOC Week morning for families to come on a journey with special guest Chris Tobin, indigenous artist and story teller, to enjoy stories that have been told for generations and find out about

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Dance Block Party and Talent Quest

Saturday 9th of July Are you aged between 12 and 25 years and are waiting for the opportunity to showcase your talent in dance and or music? Why not sign up for our talent quest in the inaugural Block Party

Album of the Week

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Daniel Champagne – The Heartland Hurricanes

Following the recently completed extensive Australian Tour south coast NSW’s virtuoso singer, song writer and guitarist Daniel Champagne now heads off to the UK, Ireland, Belgium and west coast USA Tours. Those very fortunate to witness Daniel’s amazing live performances

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The Burning Roaches – Self-Titled EP

Melbourne DIY band The Burning Roaches are a handful of abrasive, grunge goodness and fuzzy feedback drawing from 90’s nostalgia. Late 2015, the band revealed the first taste of their debut self-titled EP. The single ‘Bad Things’ saw support from

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Yeo – Ganbaru

Following up lead singles ‘Icarus’ and ‘Quiet Achiever’, Melbourne artist Yeo’s latest record is brimming with unabashed pop and soaring synths. If you haven’t seen him live then there’s a good chance you can see him very soon, wherever you

Featured Programs

TARTAN SHOW

The Tartan Show

6:30-7:30pm Tuesdays The Tartan Show is an entertaining mix of music, international news and local events info.  Guest host Robin MacKenzie (The Australian Gaelic Singers) lends his extensive knowledge of Scotland’s Celtic folk music scene to the music selection each week.

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Voices in Harmony

6-6:30pm Tuesdays For over 2 decades Voices in Harmony has featured the world’s great choirs, choruses, quartets and duets, as well as plenty of local talent – singing all your classical/contemporary favourites. Plus local events info. If you have a choral event coming

THERE GOES THAT SONG AGAIN

There Goes That Song Again

2-4pm Tuesdays It’s back to the movies again as we listen to the music from the soundtrack of the 1954 MGM filmThe Student Prince. Mario Lanza was thought to have gained too much weight to appear in the role of the

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AUSTRALIAN BLUES ALBUM OF THE MONTH – JULY 2016

Simon Kinny-Lewis – Street Blues Simon Kinny-Lewis is no stranger to being not only a highly talented self-made musician and producer, but one of the most proficient and well respected local singer / songwriters. Simon’s 4th and latest release “Street Blues”  confirms

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INTERNATIONAL BLUES ALBUM OF THE MONTH – JULY 2016

Royal Southern Brotherhood – The Royal Gospel 2016 – RUF Records   The Royal Southern Brotherhood combine a wealth of talented musicians that comprise some of rock, blues and soul royalty namely in Cyril Neville (The Meters/Neville Brothers/Bob Dylan) Bart

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International Blues Album of the Month – Joe Bonamassa “Live at Radio City Music Hall”

Joe Bonamassa’s career goes from strength to strength with another live release “Live At Radio City Music Hall”. Ticking off yet another one on his “bucket-list”, that is, to create live recordings from world class venues, this is No.8 on