The new series of Dave Fanning's The Last Broadcast will include appearances from The White Stripes, Bruce Springsteen, Beck, The National and lots lots more...
Hot Press has been making sure to get home early from the pub on Wednesdays to catch the latest and, we reckon, best series of Dave Fanning’s The Last Broadcast yet.
Highlights over the next few weeks include:
November 14 – The White Stripes, David Geraghty, Fight Like Apes, AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, David Gray, New York Dolls, Jeff Tweedy and Ham Sandwich.
November 21 – The National, DJ Kormac, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Kasabian, Thin Lizzy, Beck and Concerto For Constantine.
November 28 – Johnny Cash, The Kinetiks, REM, Stiff Little Fingers, Roisin Murphy, Scritti Politti and The Mighty Steph.
Packed programmes, which include a weekly sample of the videos, which have been produced as part of the joint Hot Press/Tisch initiative.
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