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Hallelujah Aotearoa

Hello,

It is my pleasure to announce George FM's new New Zealand music show HALLELUJAH AOTEAROA 8-10pm every other Wednesday from tonight 7 September 2005.

Host Phil Bostwick will be joined by Joe McAlpine as well as brother-in-arms Matt Bostwick, for album reviews, interviews, the Sports Report, old classics, left field surprises and of course all the best new shit in a roots, downbeat, hip hop and dance stylie. Indie pop, sonic soundscapes and heavy guitars may well bully their way in too.

If you would like us to play your new release or something special, be in touch, otherwise do listen in tonight.

Gracias.

Phil Bostwick Host of Hallelujah Aotearoa
George FM
Wednesdays 8-10pm

ENDS

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