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If you remember the 60s…our next FAB event for Artsound members - Friday 17 April

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, cheesecloth, flower power, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mary Quant mini-skirts, political scandal, women’s lib – If you remember the 60s or wish you’d been there then we have the event for you. A truly FAB members’ and friends’ night-out at Eastlake Football Club on Friday 17 April from 7.30pm. Full details

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TRANSMISSION SITE AND RECEPTION

ArtSound is now broadcasting on 92.7 from a transmission site at Poppet Hill, east of Canberra.  The location of the 90.3 transmission site for Tuggeranong is unchanged.  Listeners throughout Canberra are encouraged to try both frequencies and submit reception reports


Friday
Mar272015

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! - 8 - 10 PM 27 MARCH 2015

This week on Friday Night Live we will feature the return of the Leigh Barker Quartet.  They mix hard swing, blues, beautiful ballads, and great melodies for a very entertaining evening.

Recorded as part of the 2010 “Jazz at the Gods” series, the program features the complete concert by this innovative young group. The Leigh Barker Quartet on this occcasion includes Leigh Barker (bass), Sarah Mackenzie (keys), Mark Sutton (drums) and Eamon McNelis (trumpet).  produced and presented by Chris Deacon OAM.

Friday Night Live features live performances of local, national and international musicians and is sponsored by B2B, Canberra's leading business and government magazine.

Saturday
Mar212015

DRESS CIRCLE - SUNDAY MARCH 22 - 5.00PM TO 6.30PM

Francine CaineIn DRESS CIRCLE this week, Francine Caine (pictured) tells Bill Stephens how she came to be playing Lucille Ball in “Everybody Loves Lucy” soon to be seen at The Q.

Writer, Tom wright, gives some background as to why he wrote “Black Diggers”, which opens in the Canberra Theatre Centre this week and writer/director Ian Robinson talks about his play “The Process” which comes to The Street Theatre this week.

In the “Red Velvet and Wild Boronia” segment we play the final program of excerpts from Janet Seidel’s very first cabaret, “Doris and Me”.

Len Power reviews “Handle It”, Isobel Griffin presents “Arts Diary” and Blue the Shearer has his say about “Lifestyle Choices”.

90 minutes of interviews, reviews, music and news focussed on the performing arts in Canberra and beyond, “Dress Circle” is produced and presented by Bill Stephens and broadcast by Artsound FM 92.7 every Sunday evening from 5.00pm until 6.30pm. It is repeated on Tuesday nights from 11.30pm and streamed live on the internet at Artsound.fm 

Friday
Mar202015

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! - 8 - 10 PM 20 MARCH 2015

Eamon Dilworth (trumpet) leads a quartet with Carl Morgan (guitar), Steve Barry (organ) and James 'Pug' Waples (drums) recorded in concert at the Loft in 2013.

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Monday
Mar162015

If you remember the 60s…our next FAB event for Artsound members 

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, cheesecloth, flower power, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mary Quant mini-skirts, political scandal, women’s lib – If you remember the 60s or wish you’d been there then we have the event for you. A truly FAB members’ and friends’ night-out at Eastlake Football Club on Friday 17 April from 7.30pm.

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Saturday
Mar142015

DRESS CIRCLE - SUNDAY MARCH 15 -5.00PM TO 6.30PM

Sarahlouise Owen (pictured) talks to Bill Stephens about her forthcoming recital for Art Song Canberra. Aria Award winning Pianist/composer, Sally Whitwell gives details of an exciting concert of contemporary Australian music in the High Court foyer, in which she will be performing with fellow composer, Sally Greenway.

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