We're broadcasting live from Laneway Festival NZ, thanks to Atomic Coffee Roasters. Rachel and Tess run through some highlights from Laneway's past, and look forward to what's to come in Laneway future (AKA, this afternoon). Plus, a quick chat with Laneway Founder, Danny Rogers, about how this magical day came to fruition.
Founder of Laneway, Danny Rogers, joins Rachel in the 95bFM Bus, live from Laneway, to chat about how this festival came about. Plus, a couple of favourite tunes from stellar performances over the years. Big excitement in the bus!
Absolute chaos around the radio station with the university demolition/rebuild and the laneway site set up making access and parking not very practical. So rode in on my bike and raided the bFM vinyl and CD racks and played a few off the computer system as well. If you liked Border Radio in the 1980's, you're going to like this.
Delaney Davidson - Wreck On The Highway
Marlon Williams - Hello Ms Lonesome (In Session)
Reb Fountain - Brighton
Julia Jacklin - Head Alone
lucinda williams - i asked for water he gave me gasoline
michelle shocked - Necktie
michelle shocked - stay away from my little sister
nick cave - helpless
chris isaac - blue spanish sky
the beasts of bourbon - today i started loving you again
the jayhawks - eyes of sarah jane
jason and the scorchers - pray for me mama im a gypsy now
the johnnys - ten outlaws
dwight yoakam - beunos gracias from a lonely room
barry saunders - you cant go back
the triffids - once a day
paul kelly and nthe messengers - everythings turning to white
lyle lovett and his large band - good intentions
robert cray - right next door
evan dando - rancho santa fe
john lee hooker - funky mabel
blue rodeo - florida
lone justice - dixie storms
bonnie raitt - real man
warren zevon - roland the headless thompson gunner
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