Progzilla has been in existence for almost a year now and we’ve grown, with your help, into a substantial collective of broadcasters, journalists and musicians. And we thank you for your support!
We are proud to announce that Francis Dunnery will be joining our merry band, presenting a new show every Sunday evening from January 31st, from 18:00 – 20:00, which will be called The Francis Dunnery Radio Show (many meetings went into deciding that name! B->)!
We welcome Francis aboard and can’t wait to hear his show! B->
Last night’s David Bowie tribute was well attended, but many were not able to listen in live.
We can’t distribute this as a podcast, as we might get in trouble with Mr Bowie’s legal team, but the show is available here to stream on demand and will be broadcast on the station again in the near future.
We at Progzilla have prepared an audio promo, taken from this video, with voiceover by our own Anthony Rowsick, which you can listen to here: (You can also download the audio promo here. If any other radio stations, broadcasters or podcasters wish to use this, please do so, with both ours and the band’s blessing!)
We at Progzilla Radio were all truly saddened to hear about the death of David Bowie, which was announced earlier this morning.
To show our respects for such an innovative artist and to help us all to grieve for this loss to music, we will broadcast a tribute show tonight from 20:00 GMT, featuring most of his biggest hits and some more obscure album tracks and will be gathering in the chat room to discuss Bowie, his influence and his legacy.
We wish it were under better circumstances, but we hope you can join us tonight.
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