Breaking Free From The Working Week

Hi everyone. I’d love it if you could join me, Brian D, on on Friday at 7 PM in Ireland and the UK, or 2 PM if you live on the East Coast of America. I look forward to offering you a friendly Welcome To The Weekend, as we break free and say good bye to the busy working week. I promise to fill your ears with the very best in feel good music along with warm friendly banter to set you up for the weekend ahead. Like the Friday feeling, all our regular features are here for you to enjoy.

Kick-Start. It is the turn of two energetic female artists to open the show, and get us on the right road as we take a bouncy track released in July 2014.

Double-Take. At the bottom of the first hour, we hear two tracks from the one artist. Not only that, but I’ll tell you a little about the life of the artist featured. This weekend we hear from a gentleman who would have been 70 years old today had he still been with us, he was born on 6th February in 1945 and has left an important mark in the music world. Mr. BOB Marley is our featured artist.

The Irish Connection. Exactly one hour later we hear two tracks from two different Irish artists, and what a treat we have for you this weekend. We hear from an Indi band who were formed in 2011, will release their debut album this year and are going to be BIG. We also hear from a Dublin Rock Duo who are brothers and began life as buskers in Dublin City.

The One That Got Away. A track not often heard on Radio, by request this weekend we hear a track released in 1975. Taken from the Born To Run Album, it is pure class and from the Boss of course, Mr. Bruce Springsteen.

If you’d like to suggest anything for our regular features, a track that would make you feel good this weekend or if you fancy letting me know what you are up to over the next couple of days, your requests and contributions would be most welcome. Getting in touch with the show is very easy. You can:
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Where ever you are in the world, it would be great if I could Welcome You To The Weekend only on the Bell, the sound of good Radio.