This week, Ingrid Perri will be interviewing Aussie Rock legend, Beeb Birtles, about his life and his recently published autobiography, ‘Every Day of My Life’.
Tune in on Wednesday 22nd November to hear the full interview and enjoy some of the many songs written and performed by Beeb.
Great news Everyone! We now have our own Facebook page. Check it regularly for events and photos.
When Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, little did he realise it was the beginning of a worldwide industry. Edison recorded the words ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb’ into a metal trumpet (forefather of the microphone), which scratched a sound track on a revolving cylinder. The first recordings were cylinders, so each song had to be individually recorded. To make a copy, the singer repeated the song on a new cylinder. Artists recorded many cylinders of each song. There was a consolation – they were paid a royalty for each copy. Australian singer Peter Dawson made a tidy sum this way. Continue reading “Recording history in Australia – Part 1”
Welcome to new member, Richard Rejmer, who is now presenting a modern jazz show. Daniel Mansour and Tristan Hennessey are training. Continue reading “Membership matters – July 2017”
A huge thanks to David Piggin and his team of Ted Coad, Russell Ford, Stuart Camp, John Beauchamp, Susan Burton and Ingrid Perri for a very successful sausage sizzle, held outside Woolworths in Drouin on Saturday 27th May. They raised a clear profit of $332.85. Continue reading “From the Heart – July 2017”
The July 2017 edition of Radio News, 3BBR FM’s newsletter, is now available to pick up or download. Continue reading “Radio News – July 2017”
Did you miss our show yesterday? You can’t recreate the discussion, but you can recreate the playlist! Continue reading “The Mosh: 24 May 2017 playlist”
West Gippsland Community Radio is renewing its broadcast license, and you can help by taking our listener survey! Continue reading “Take the 2017 3BBR FM listener survey”
The April 2017 edition of the 3BBR FM newsletter, Radio News, is now available online. Continue reading “Radio News: April 2017”
What’s the strangest thing James Tidswell from Violent Soho has seen in the crowd from stage? Continue reading “The Mosh: Zoe interviewed James Tidswell from Violent Soho!”