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Drive Live 2012

Graveyard Train

Monday 6 February 2012 - Friday 10 February 2012

It's live, it’s local, and it’s coming out of your radio. PBS’ Drive Live is taking over the airwaves for a full week from Monday February 6th to Friday the 10th during drivetime, 5-7pm.

Here’s the deal… three acts, three studios in one Drive Time show, for a full week! Featuring blistering live in-studio performances from a bunch of local talent including:

Monday on Firewater: Graveyard Train, Ben Salter and Howl At The Moon

Tuesday on Mixing Up The Medicine: Lost Animal, Extreme Wheeze and Pop Singles

Wednesday on City Slang: New War, Spencer P Jones and Fabulous Diamonds

Thursday on Fang It!: Bob Log III, The Murlocs and Brat Farrar plus The Taco Truck will be setting up shop!

Friday on Stone Love: Twerps, BJ Morriszonkle and Stella Angelico

PBS listeners, if you’re interested in getting in on the action during live music week then all you have to do is let us know!

Coopers are shouting members the bar and first dibs to get their name on the door, but everyone is welcome! You and a friend can come down to any (or all!) of the sessions during the week to see your favourite bands playing in the studios.

Send us an email at events@pbsfm.org.au with the subject line: NIGHT (Monday, Tuesday) plus YOUR NAME and we’ll put your name on the door with a plus one.

An offshoot of PBS’ Live Music Week, Drive Live is a permanent fixture on the PBS calendar and part of PBS’ continued commitment to the growth and prosperity of the local music scene. Since 1988 PBS past roll call of participating artists reads like a who's who of Australian music. With luminaries the likes of Paul Kelly, Archie Roach, Gareth Liddiard and Thee Oh Sees having taken part, Drive Live continues this city’s strong musical tradition.

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