Tracy McNeil and Dan Parsons perform ‘Catch You’ and ‘Midnight Hurricane’, before Tracy sits down with Bernard Zuel to discuss the massive changes she’s made to her life and the themes behind her new album, You Be The Lightning.

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Oscar Jerome plays stripped-back versions of ‘2 Sides’ and ‘Lizard Street’ before talking to Danielle McGrane about learning guitar at the age of 8, how George Benson influenced his playing, and how he deals with toxic masculinity.

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Millie Turner performs “Eyes On You” and “The Shadow” and talks to Danielle McGrane about her path to becoming a musician, her love of poetry, and what it was like hearing her music in a club for the first time.

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Meg Mac plays ‘I’m Not Coming Back’ and ’Something Tells Me’ from her mini-album Hope, and talks to Rod Yates about why she decided to make a mini-album, how a portrait of a woman inspired the title track, and how the messages she received after releasing ‘Give Me My Name Back’ affected her.

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Dear Seattle frontman Brae Fisher performs ‘Maybe’ and ‘Daytime TV’ off the band’s debut album, Don’t Let Go, before talking to Rod Yates about its creation, the ups and downs of being in a group, and the deeply personal events that inspired the song, ‘I Keep Dreaming’.

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Nashville’s Joshua Hedley performs and chats to Bernard Zuel about why heartbreak is better than happiness, how he made the transition from sideman to frontman and the role Australia played in the move, and why he’ll always drop whatever he’s doing to play at the Grand Ole Opry.

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New albums by Father John Misty, The Smith Street Band and Karen Elson reviewed, Phil Jamieson comes in to perform a stripped-back Grinspoon classic and talk through their reunion tour, and we investigate the greasy link between fast food and music.

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