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The Pete Feenstra Feature
Interviews and the Blues...
This weekly show gives listeners the opportunity to explore in more depth an artist or album. Pete chats to a variety of artists, frequently discussing (and featuring) their own favourite tracks that have inspired or influenced them over the years.
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Sunday 17 February DEL BROMHAM (Monday 18 February, 16:00, Thursday 21 February, 23:00 repeat)
Sunday 10 February AARON BUCHANAN
British rock band Aaron Buchanan And The Cult Classics recently signed to Listenable Records.
To celebrate, the band and the label are releasing a special edition of The Man With Stars On His Knees on 22 February featuring five brand new bonus tracks – two brand-new studio tracks ‘Undertow’ and ‘Fire In The Fields Of Mayhem’ and three live tracks (CD version only).
Sunday 3 February – ELECTRIC MARY
The band’s frontman Rusty Brown chats to Pete about the Melbourne-based band and the new album ‘Mother’ released in February.
Sunday 27 February WAYNE PROCTER (Tuesday 29 January, 21:00 repeat)
Drummer/producer/engineer chats about his musical activities.
Sunday 20 January MIKE SPONZA (Tuesday 22 January, 21:00 repeat)
Pete chats to the Italian guitarist inspired by the sixties for his latest album.
Sunday 13 January: Pete celebrates the music of Jon Hiseman ahead of a tribute gig (2 February, Shepherds Bush Empire, London)
Jon Hiseman was a great rock, jazz and fusion drummer, percussionist, band leader, recording engineer, producer, music publisher, label boss and author (2010’s ‘Playing The Band’).
His 53 year career included working with the likes of Arthur Brown, Georgie Fame, Jack Bruce, Graham Bond, John Mayall, Tempest, The United Jazz & Rock Ensemble, Barbara Thompson’s Paraphanelia and JCM, the project he was working on before his death.