December 26, 2017: #MorningShow989 Boxing Day Music Special

A very special Boxing Day edition of The Morning Show – a dance music special! If you missed the show, take a listen to the podcast here or grab a copy via iTunes. Continue reading December 26, 2017: #MorningShow989 Boxing Day Music Special

SHOWSTOPPER: ‘Immortality’ Celine Dion’s Touching Bee Gees Tribute.

One of the most legendary of performances from Celine Dion at Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees. Celine performs ‘Immortality’ a track they did together almost 20 years ago, a touching tribute for Barry Gibb, the late Robin, Maurice and Andy Gibb and Celine’s brother Daniel and husband Rene.


New Aussie Music: THE SCARLETS

AUSSIE group, The Scarlets have played the flash stadiums of Rod Laver Arena and Etihad Stadium, they have brought a new fresh sound to rock ‘n’ roll! The group, made up of Lizzie Dynon, Nick Ivka, Pete Davies and Nelli Scarlet have seen them record a special five track EP titled Bombshell which is out soon. The Scarlets have also announced a special tour of Germany for November. The exposure has been huge with the group invited to perform beside worldwide sensations Bon Jovi in-front of a 60,000+ crowd. The group landed the gig as a prize won from Melbourne radio station Triple M.
The Scarlets will perform on Saturday August 13 at the Hifi Bar in Melbourne. Tickets can be purchased from 

The Scarlets – Bombshell (Official Video)

The Scarlets – Dirty Rock Baby (Official Video)

Amy Winehouse: Back To Black In Belgrade

Unfortunately for Amy Winehouse fans, her last of her performances in June were in-front of an unhappy crowd who booed her whilst she performed Back To Black. The 23 year old star died from a suspected alcohol or drug related death on July 23rd in her Camden flat. Winehouse would have turned 28 on September 14 this year.

Amy Winehouse’ dismal performance
of BackTo Black (Live In Belgrade on June 18th)