Mon 6 Feb 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.

We kick off the week on Monday the 6th of February when 6 piece country hooligans Graveyard Train invade the PBS studio chains and all. Expect six men singing in baritone about Werewolves, Vampires, Ghosts and the like over frenetic country music. Joining them will be acclaimed singer/songwriter Ben Salter, well known across the country for his work in Giants Of Science, The Wilson Pickers and The Gin Club. As a solo entity he brings an entirely new element to the table. Rounding out the evening are up-and-comers Howl at the Moon whose live show often sees crowds stopped in their tracks, absorbed by squalls of songs that are played with tireless commitment and passion.

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! 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, but RSVPs are essential!

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