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Monday Mornings with Scotty

Monday 9 am - 12 pm: 

Scotty and regular guests team up to feature singers, songwiters and muscians who call this country home, covering genres from Alternate Country to Fringe Folk, Boarderline Blues, Rare Roots and the unique sounds of First Nations people... plus,interviews and items of interest to locals and visitors to the Noosa Shire, including news on the hour; community events and notices; local "gig" guide, traffic, and more. Please check this site for updates, performance detalis and interview links.

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BREAKING NEWS!!! Legendary artist and stockman Uncle Charlie Chambers is exhibiting at the "J" throught September 2018. Here's a link to his story with pictures and here's a link to the news of his vistit to Noosa FM last December.

Links to Studio Performances and Interviews

- Olivia Ruth, 8th May 2017 - "First Kiss On A Bridge", Song  Interview 
- The Lyrical, 15th May 2017 - "Teach Me" Intro and Song
- Auntie Heather Castledine, 22nd May 2017 - Interview in 3 parts
- Ricky Pascoe, 29th May 2017 - Interview in 3 parts
- Auntie Melba Townsend, 29th May 2017 - Interview in 3 parts
- Mundunarr≠a Bayles, 5th June 2017 - Interview in 3 parts
- Anna & Jordan, 5th June 2017 - Interview and 3 song
Andrea Kirwin with 2 new songs, live to air!... and see the VIDEO 
View Phil Emmanuel and Chontia Robinson with Paris McLeod 
- An exclusive video of "Purple Rain" at the Imperial Eumundi 26/5/17

- Sample play list for the program


Uncle Charlie Chambers was born in Cherbourg in 1936. His parents were “Stolen. Generation from Far North Queensland.  He helped R M Williams make his mark at Rocky Bar cattle station. His art is what he sees, not what others expect. It is his own, yet has a familiar simplicity and unique quality, with wondrous ways to depict the beauty of the land (Interview link)


Emily Wurramara: Talks about her apperance on the ABC's latest release "Deadly Hearts". her upcoming "...Island reggae style..." EP and national tours including the NIMA awards in Darwin later this year

Glenn Ferguson AM: Managing Director of Sajen Legal. He is a Solicitor of the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of Queensland. Glenn speaks about his background and the history and recent developments in the Constitutional Recognition debate.

Gregg Dreise:  "Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year 2015" author, illustrator, teacher & storyteller Gregg Dreise, is short listed for the 2017 Australian Book Industry Award (Reader's Choice)". Gregg is a teacher on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland and has completed four more picture books ready for publishing and is working on another for upper primary level.  

Troy Brady: Troy talks about his early career., travels and new music.

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