News: BIFF BYFORD (Saxon) interview and special features on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio

Biff Byford of Saxon

Sunday 30 November 2014, 17:00
Thursday 4 December, 22:00
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Saxon frontman Biff Byford chooses the music in Get Ready to ROCK! Radio’s  ‘Favourite Tracks from Favourite Artists’ sequence.  He chats to GRTR!’s David Randall about the band’s progress and his influences.

Saxon’s UK tour starts on 30 November, celebrating 35 years since the release of their debut album.

The Dowling Poole

Also this weekend, on Sunday 30 November (21:00), as part of the occasional ‘In Session’ series, pop rockers The Dowling Poole play three exclusive tracks recorded on their recent UK tour.

Mike Vernon

And in the Pete Feenstra Feature (19:00), Pete chats to the legendary blues producer Mike Vernon who worked with John Mayall (including Eric Clapton), Fleetwood Mac and Chichen Shack in the sixties and more recently has produced Dani Wilde and Oli Brown.

Selected shows are now uploaded to a Mixcloud page to give listeners a chance to listen on demand.

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Each week David Randall presents ‘New to GRTR!’ on Get Ready to ROCK! Radio, with the emphasis on independent artists and labels. During December he replays favourite tracks including power plays featured during the year. This show covers the period January-March and was first broadcast on 1 December 2019.

Power Plays w/c 25 November (Mon-Fri)

Throughout December we are featuring Best of 2019 selections from the GRTR! Reviewers.

Featured Albums w/c 25 November (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 Melodic Rock Featured Albums of 2019
12:00-13:00 Melodic Hard Rock Featured Albums of 2019
14:00-16:00 Singer Songwriter Featured Albums of 2019

Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)

A selection of albums featured in 2019



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