Dirt Music - new to CRN in March and April

enadmin, 19th February 2014

Hosted by longstanding rock journalist and veritable roots roller Stuart Coupe, Dirt Music will explore the expanse and history of roots music spanning country, folk, blues, Americana and so much more with unparalleled selections and insight.

In the lead-up to Bluesfest 2014, Stuart will also have access to some of the most amazing talent in the field taking part in this year's event. Having already interviewed the likes of Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Mick Jagger, Elvis Costello, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen over the course of his career, Stuart will provide some great conversations with great music figures on Dirt Music.

Dirt Music is playing on Sydney's 2SER Saturdays at 13:00 EDT.

This program will also be syndicated to community stations around Australia for local rebroadcast through the Community Radio Network satellite service, playing Saturdays from 10:04 to 11:00 EDT. CRN thanks 2SER for making this program available to the network.

For more information on the 2SER broadcasts or to arrange an interview regarding Dirt Music please contact Andrew Khedoori on 9514 9546 or [email protected].

For more information on the nationwide CRN syndication call the CBAA office on 02 9310 2999 or email.

Stuart Coupe


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A quick scan of his past interviewees is enough to convince anyone Stuart Coupe is something of a bona-fide Australian music legend – never mind a career also spent managing record labels and some of the household names in Australian music. While the Sydney-based Coupe finds himself at FBi to present Tune Up each Tuesday, on Saturdays he’s at 2SER for Dirt Music which covers the history of roots, country, Americana and blues. It is one of the more recent additions to the Community Radio Network schedule, increasing the audience of someone who has been talking and living the music biz for some decades.


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