#43 – Theme: Pre ANZAC Day Mix

To remember DJ Avicii, I played just this one song:

  • Broken Arrows – Avicii

From hereon I played a LOT of Australian musical hits, plus a few classics from around the world that Australian’s love listening to on the radio:

  • Working Class Man – Jimmy Barnes
  • Run To Paradise – The Choirboys
  • Bedlam Bridge – Midnight Oil
  • Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again – The Angels

Phone call from Mike Cosgrove to say I am doing well, plus to say the Live-Stream is working fine.

  • Tears In Heaven – Eric Clapton
  • Cross Roads – Cream
  • Eagle Rock – Daddy Cool
  • Cry In Shame – Johnny Diesel And The Injectors
  • Boys Will Be Boys – The Choir Boys
  • Celebration – Dragon
  • One Summer – Daryl Braithwaite
  • One Country – Midnight oil
  • Touch – Noiseworks
  • Listen Like Thieves – INXS
  • Down Under – Men At Work
  • You’re The Voice – John Farnham
  • Reflector- Killing Heidi
  • Better – Screaming Jets
  • Don’t Bring Me Down – Electric Light Orchestra

Mentioned other presenter’s shoes, specifically Priscilla who visited at 7pm to collect her gear. Also told me the 2 apples on desk I was allowed to eat. They were delicious!

  • Come On Eileen – Dexy’s Midnight Runners
  • Mustang Sally – The Commitments
  • Jessies Girl – Rick Springfield
  • Never Surrender – Corey Hart
  • Never Gonna Die – The Choirboys
  • Freedom – Noiseworks
  • Copperhead Road – Steve Earl
  • Tubthumping – Chumbawumba
  • Solid Rock – Goanna
  • What You Need – INXS

About now I was redeciding what I wanted to play, so I went with a few classics…

  • Man In The Mirror – Michael Jackson
  • Graceland – Paul Simon
  • When The War Is Over – Cold Chisel
  • Don’t Change – Grinspoon
  • Howzat – Sherbert
  • My Happiness – Powderfinger
  • Sign Of The Times – Harry Styles
  • Safe And Sound – Taylor Swift
  • Follow The Sun – Xavier Rudd
  • Iris – U2
  • Flags Of Our Fathers – Linken Park

Tomorrow morning around Australia we have ‘Dawn Services’ at memorials to commemorate those who gave the supreme sacrifice for their country during war and conflict somewhere in the world.

Tonight I played a collection of music mostly (but not all) by Australian Artists of the last fifty years. I hope they put a smile on your dial, spiked your hair where it matters, and kept your uplifted.

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