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THE PURPLE HAZE ARCHIVE presents AMERICAN SINGING LEGEND: PP ARNOLD on PODCAST

[display_podcast]   PP Arnold is undoubtedly one of the greatest female vocalists of her generation. She started out as an ‘Ikette’ for the Ike & Tina Turner Revue, then discovered by Mick Jagger, became a successful solo singer, especially in the UK. She was also known as one of the session singer queens, as she […]

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THE PURPLE HAZE ARCHIVE presents AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND’S GREATEST MUSIC PRODUCER – HOWARD GABLE (Part 1) on PODCAST

[display_podcast]In this truly comprehensive & illuminating Purple Haze Archive double ‘episode’ we present probably Australia & New Zealand’s greatest music producer from the mid 1960s to the mid 1970s, Howard Gable! Howard Gable produced amongst many many others, OZ & NZ music superstars including: The Masters Apprentices, Sherbet, (New Zealand’s Beatles) The Fourmyula, (Queen of […]

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Friday Magazine with Glen ‘Storyteller’ Yearwood Podcast

Graeme Johnstone from Friday Magazine had a wonderful and captivating chat with Glen ‘the storyteller’ Yearwood about his extraordinary journey through 3 continents which has culminated with his current work with indigenous Australian and also his Music career and recordings. [display_podcast] Please follow and like us:

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RAISED BY EAGLES PODCAST

On Saturday 9th September on the ALL NEW SATURDAY AUSMOSIS, Raised By Eagles visited us and gave us a beautiful set of tunes live in the studio. If you missed it, take a listen here on this podcast of their set. They are playing this Saturday night at the Caravan Music Club. Grab your tix […]

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THE PURPLE HAZE ARCHIVE presents GAYE & RON BROWN of OZ/NZ CULT FAVORITES THE CLEVES on PODCAST

[display_podcast]   Join Gaye & Ron Brown from Australia/New Zealand musical cult band, The Cleves, who released one highly acclaimed, coveted & highly collectible self-titled album in 1971. After having hits in their home country New Zealand as The Clevedonaires, they then came to Australia with a name change to The Cleves where, among many […]

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