Shane Nicholson sits down with Melanie Dyer to talk his new single “The High Price of Surviving”, including how he wrote it at a writers retreat, what he had to do to convince the label to release it before his next album and the profound impact the death of his close friend Glen Hannah had […]

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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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CJ and Dani preview and predict the Oscars for 2020.

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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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CJ and Dani agree to disagree about what was good onscreen this year.

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Jayne Denham sits down to discuss the making of her latest album Calamity, what it was like working with the Ice Road Truckers and how finding success in America is influencing her music.

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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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In Part 2 of Bernard Zuel’s interview with Bob Lefsetz, Bob offers advice to Australian bands who want to make it overseas, debunks the myth that there’s no money in streaming, explains what keeps him excited about music after all these years, and drops plenty of juicy anecdotes about big-name artists.

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Renowned music industry commentator Bob Lefsetz sits down with Bernard Zuel to discuss today’s musical landscape, while talking about his feuds with Taylor Swift and Gene Simmons, why the musician has all the power, what makes a good manager, and how one bad video killed Billy Squier’s career.

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Justin Townes Earle performs ‘Flint City Shake It’ and ‘The Saint Of Lost Causes’ and talks to Bernard Zuel about his plans to work with the Nashville Ballet, his decision to start telling other people’s stories on latest album The Saint of Lost Causes, and why he’s stopped stamping his foot onstage.

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