Purple Haze – Presenter profile: Mark Copolov Wednesdays 8pm – 10pm
I’ve been a presenter at 88.3 Southern FM for 22 years so far. I started in radio after someone at Gold FM, where I was working, suggested that ‘you should do something with your music knowledge’. I specialise in interviewing recording artists that I admire, mostly from the 60’s. These interviews were also broadcast nationally on the CBAA network for 4 years. Past interviewees include : Ringo Starr, Carly Simon, Phil Everly, Jeff Lynne, Sir George Martin, Neil Sedaka & Glenn Shorrock. I love being able to share my music & knowledge with people who enjoy hearing it!
Mark’s favourite artists include : The Beatles, The Doors, CCR, Ten Years After, The Guess Who, The Carpenters, The Hollies, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Doobie Brothers, E.L.O., Daddy Cool, The Masters Apprentices, Graham Bonnet, Carly Simon & many, many others.
Excerpts from Mark’s 110+ interviews can be seen & heard at www.mcopolov.com.
Mark works in the IT industry. The centre of his universe is his wife Rachel and two teenage children, Carly & Adam.
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Posts for Purple Haze:
Grace Slick was a true pioneer in the rock music field, fronting the legendary San Franciscan band Jefferson Airplane in the 1960s, who were best known for classic songs such as “White Rabbit” & “Somebody To Love”. Grace discusses her extremely successful career in very frank terms of her many adventures: At the White House, with Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin,
Madder Lake were one of the most important of Australian rock bands of the 1970s especially with their classic Stillpoint album of 1973 which helped establish & consolidate Australia’s great independent record label Mushroom. Join famed guitarist Brenden Mason of Madder Lake who discusses the history of the band which is still going strong to this very day. Madder Lake
Marty Wilde is a true Rock n Roll Legend & Pioneer as he was one of the very first UK rockers to start singing (& writing) the new rock idiom back in the mid to late 1950s. Marty then went to form the trio The Wilde Three with his wife Joyce & future Moody Blueser Justin Hayward, then concentrated on
In the early days Mike McCartney had to call himself Mike McGear due to a very prominent older brother, however Mike has carved himself a very successful career in not only photography but in music as well. Mike McCartney was famously a member of the Scaffold (“Thank U Very Much”, “Lily the Pink”) & also The Grimms, as well as
Join Peter Asher on this podcast as he discusses his success as one half of the 1960’s duo Peter & Gordon, best known for their #1 world wide hit “World Without Love” written by Paul McCartney. Peter Asher also talks of his association with The Beatles & his stellar career as a music producer having produced a litany of stars
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