Australian music died a little today with the passing of the great George Young. Way back in February 2015 on Radio Ga Ga we did a neat tribute show after hitting up the archives of the great songwriting, production and performing duo of Harry Vanda and George Young. What an amazing team and what a wild ride they’ve had. Music
Who’s up for a bit of kazoo madness??? Radio Ga Ga stepped into unfamiliar territory with a special program featuring all songs which utilised that musical rarity, the kazoo, be it for an intro, a solo, a chorus or a choir scenario and it was an absolutely fantastic and diverse mix of artists and tunes. You can re-live the program
Radio Ga Ga returns this Saturday morning with 2 hours of tunes by bands beginning with the letter W. There are surprisingly few bands that start with W but here are a few we are sure to trot out and any of your suggestions are welcome too. Wallflowers Wang Chung Warrant Was (Not Was) Waterboys Weather Girls Ween Weezer WestlifeRead more
Warner Music have just released a classic 4 CD box set of some of the greatest Aussie pub rock bands playing some of their best Aussie pub rock songs. Radio Ga Ga decided to review the box set and smash out some of the great tunes contained in this brilliant collection of the prototypical hits and vibe of the era.
Whilst it is subject to ones personal taste, Radio Ga Ga has rounded up listener feedback to determine the worst cover versions in music history and they are all here in this podcast from the cringe-worthy Hilary Duff version of The Who’s “My Generation” complete with altered lyrics and synthesizer replacing John Entwhistle’s iconic bass lines to the creepy Rolf