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NZ Music Week May 7-13 - BFM

95bFM Press Release 27th April 2001

NZ Music Week May 7-13

Freak The Sheep Live To Air @ The Kings Arms

It's that time of year. From the start of Monday May 7th through to the end of Sunday May 13th 95bFM will bask in the glory of 100% New Zealand Music. Every day will boast up to 7 live to air performances from a satellite studio just below the station.

Then on Wednesday Night the longest running New Zealand music show Freak The Sheep goes Live To Air from the Kings Arms. Come along and see Deceptikonz (hip hop up and comers), Day One (Hard-Core), Knowers Ark (Dub), and Subware (House maestros). The show starts at 7pm and costs $10 or $5 with a Vodafone b-card.

In recent times the standard of 95bFM's NZ Music Week has been so high many listeners have suggested going 100% NZ music full time! Make sure you tune in to find out why. Thanks to Export Gold for making it all possible. Thanks also to College Hill and Mainline music.

Contact Steve Simpson 95bFM Brand Manager Private Bag 92019 Auckland Ph 3667223/ 021689595 Fax 3667224 e-mail steve@95bfm.co.nz

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