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What's Radio One Got Going On for NZ Music Week?

 

A Radio One Media Release: Friday 15th May
 
What's Radio One Got Going On for 100% NZ Music Week?
 
Heat up the mince pies, slather them in tomato sauce, wave gidday to the Four Square fella and put some DD Smash in with your kumara mash.
 
Monday May 18th to 24th is New Zealand Music Week at Radio One.  This means 100% New Zealand Music on your radio, 24 hours a day, all week long.  Patriots ahoy!
 
Plus, for the very first time Radio One brings you The Radio One Balcony Sessions. The Radio One office sits above State Highway One, and we are pleased to announce that at 1pm each day (except Thursday) for the week we bring you Live to Airs like you’ve never seen or heard before.  Fantastic local musicians will perform on the balcony to passing punters and traffic on Cumberland St, State Highway One.  These will be broadcast live to the listeners of Radio One 91FM. Remember if you’re not amongst the lucky citizens that make up the city of Dunedin, you can stream this live at www.r1.co.nz.
 
Be listening at 1pm for The Radio One Balcony Sessions:
Monday – SoNic Smith
Tuesday – Sharkweek
Wednesday – Murderbike
Friday – Haunted Love
 
And to top all this off, Radio One will broadcast another bunch of fine Dunedin acts live at 7pm every evening in the more traditional style ‘live in the studio’ format that we all know and love.
 
The Radio One Live To Ears schedule at 7pm:
Monday – Mountain Eater
Tuesday – A.J. Sharma
Wednesday – Sewage
Thursday – Brains
Friday – Bad Sav
 
Both the Balcony Sessions & the Live To Ears will be Audio/Video streamed LIVE across the internet at www.r1.co.nz. To catch the high drama & action unfold head along to our homepage and wrap your eyes & ears around it all.
 
New Zealand Music Week on Radio One, May 18th – 24th.  Full details at www.r1.co.nz.
 
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