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Australian Rock Show

Denis and Colin Gray
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Since 1987, the Gray brothers have been flying the flag for loud rock n roll - sharing their passion via radio, a fanzine, record label, online blog....and now... a podcast ! Better buckle up and hang on - it's time for the Australian Rock Show ! Note: we have a valid licence (registered with APRA AMCOS) to legally play Australian music - Invoice No: OL-177

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Latest Episodes

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17 days ago

On episode #150 of the Australian Rock Show, we see out 2021 by cranking hot new tunage - and also spin songs released in recent months, that may've passed you by. Whether it be rock, heavy metal, punk, alternative, pop, hard rock, blues or whatever ... more

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Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 13 ratings
  • Rock on Denis

    This is a great pod with wonderful insight! Denis is a national treasure. Can’t wait for the new episodes to drop. ARS 4 LYFE.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Showtime Killa
    United States4 years ago
  • Great show

    This is a well put together show very interesting & it's great for introducing you to new music & some bands you may not be familiar with if your living in UK,

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Solway84
    United Kingdom4 years ago
  • The BEST radio show on Australian rock n roll

    Always an engaging listen - these guys present a format that is both entertaining and also informative. With lots of great Australian rock n roll thrwon in too. Interesting interviews. They have a focus on Australian hard rock - but cover blues, punk, all genres of Oz rock - from the 60s, 70s and even contemporary stuff too. More people need to know about this show - and its FREE too!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Sydney Blues and Roots
    Australia5 years ago
  • One of the best rock n roll podcasts out there

    These guys should be played on commercial radio across Australia - they know their history and this show is always cool to listen to. Check it out !

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Jeremy_1975
    Australia5 years ago
  • The place for Australian Rock and Roll

    The Gray brothers have an abiding love for all things Rock and Australian music in particular. The interviews go deep into the past of personalities that have been on the scene for decades, and the relaxed conversations allow the musicians to tell their stories. Well worth a listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    mildpandemic
    Australia7 years ago

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