I am delighted to say that I have recently joined The Cork Music Show team which broadcasts via Cork FM Community Radio 100.5FM and I will co-host the show with Suzy Bleu on Sunday June 26th.
The show airs between 4 and 5pm on Sundays and features music from Cork acts as well as a live interview with a local act so if you are in a Cork rock/indie/alternative band/group and have an interest in appearing on the show or simply getting your CD played please feel free to drop us a line via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, the second show in the series, featured Triona and Jess from Bona Fide Federation, who were in the studio to talk about their new single, "Festival", which is now available on iTunes and you can purchase "Festival" by clicking here. The girls, who both classically trained in the Cork School of Music (which is apparent in their music which is as much classical as it is pop and vice-versa), also scored 4/5 in The Cork Music Show Challenge answering questions on their selected artist : David Bowie.
Bona Fide Federation play the main stage of next weekends Sea Sessions festival which takes place in Bundoran in Co. Donegal and will also feature in Mitchelstown in August at this years Indiependance Music Festival
The reputation of The Cork Music Show Challenge, which has rightly earned the tag of "toughest quiz ever created", took a bit of a battering from Love Street who scored 5/5 the week before when quizzed on the late great, Michael Jackson. In some ways you could say they cheated (by vocalist Sarah Reeves knowing all the answers for one) but in many ways you cannot...
The full playlist for the show broadcast on Sunday 19th June was :
01. Hope is Noise : Relation
02. Circus Cat : Little Sunshine
03. Toy Soldier : Wild One
04. Bona Fide Federation : Festival
05. Fred : Skyscrapers
06. Brian Deady : Any Ol’ Ting
07. Ian Whitty : Houndstooth skirt
08. Ladydoll : Genetics
09. Mick Flannery : Tomorrow’s Paper
10. Slow Motion Heroes : Tick Tock
11. Metisse : Boom Boom Ba
12. Aaron Dillon : Brown Envelope
If you have not yet heard of Cork FM Community Radio please see the official press release below or check out the official website and/or facebook page.
Cork FM Community Radio is a new community based, voluntarily run, radio station, giving a voice to the communities of Cork city who are not catered for by commercial radio. Cork FM will be broadcasting on weekends from June 2011 an excitingly diverse range of community centered programming offering listeners something truly different, ranging from an insight into the local music scene, exciting initiatives taking place in the city’s communities, to local success stories from Cork’s vibrant business community.
Cork FM Community Radio was founded lovingly by fellow Corkonians, both native and new, with the intent of creating a community radio station that gives a voice to the community, its businesses, local organisations, charities and community programs.
Our mission is to create a better sense of community for the Cork area and enliven its residents of all ages, genders and nationalities.
Listeners can contact the show on the details below.
087 994 5321