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Recorded Live celebrates 400th episode on the CRN

Sharmaine Spencer, 30th January 2020
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In very exciting news the CRN program Recorded Live is set to celebrate its 400th show in early March. Recorded Live is a ‘bite size’ 14 to 18 min live music show, with the focus on live Australian music from the last 4 decades.

Recorded Live is the right size to insert into your current show for a regular segment, or as bite sized content between different-lengthed programs or the news. The 3-4 song features can be a great addition to your regular programming, or a new addition to your existing program guide. Produced by John Robinson, his recordings are exclusive to the CRN, bringing uniquely produced and hard to find live recordings, whilst spotlighting artists spanning across multiple genres and musical styles. 

Emily Barker 

Emily Barker, who will be featured in episode 397 of Recorded Live

John often visits festivals and premier music events across the country, such as the Woodford Folk Festival. In the next few months John has some treats lined up for us on Recorded Live - with the 2019 Woodford recordings starting to be featured from early February, as well as the celebratory 400th episode special, comprising a look at artists from multiple genres, and aims to be a showcase of some of the best recordings John has made. Take a look at the broadcast schedule below to see what's in-store over the next few months for Recorded Live. 

 
Broadcast Schedule for Recorded Live:    

 

Show Number Broadcast Date Artist Genre
394 09-02-20 Harry Manx Blues/World
395 16-02-20 Catherine MacLellan Singer-Songwriter/Folk
396 23-02-20 MotorV8ors Roots/Country
397 01-03-20 Emily Barker Americana/Folk
398 08-03-20 Fiona Ross Folk/World
399 15-03-20 The Big Idiot Jazz Club Band Jazz/Roots
400 22-03-20 400th Show Multi-Genre
401 29-03-20 The East pointers Blues
402 05-04-20 Neil Murray Singer-Songwriter/Folk

 

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