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Radio One 91FM presents NZ Music Week II

Mon, 20 Sep 2004

IT'S ON!!

Radio One 91FM presents NZ Music Week II. Monday 20th till Sunday 26th September. Interviews galore, 100% NZ music, live-to-airs happening: Monday 7.30pm Dick The Phone, Tuesday 7.30pm Operation Rolling Thunder, Wednesday 7.30pm Crude, Thursday broadcast from Refuel from 9.30pm The Fanatics and Onanon, Friday 7.30pm The Un-Cut Blanks and Saturday 6pm Die! Die! Die!

Not since Wet Lunch days has Radio One broadcast live-to-air from Refuel, so get your ass-shaking pants on coz model and money hungry The Fanatics are flying in for one show only on Thursday 23rd , and they'll be joined by the sweet and psychotic Onanon, and Totem will be spinning eclectica. Free for 2004 Onecard holders.

National Radio has so very kindly loaned us Music Mix docos on O.G, Soane, Frontline, The Shocking Pinks, and Paselode - these will be broadcast 10.30am every weekday morning.

Thanking Jack Daniels for their seemingly endless support.

ENDS

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