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Border Radio with Bernie Griffen, Paul Taylor

Latest playlist • View all

the warratahs - st peters rendevous
barry saunders and delaney davidson - stolen river
the warratahs - day in a million
the warratahs - new world
aj bell - ragwort & rust
adam hattaway - she loves everyone
neil young - natural beauty
dianne swann - these are the days
neil young - love is a rose
joey kneiser - the ocean
jeffery martin - sad blue eyes
drive by truckers - ever south
lazarus - small axe
dave alvain and the guilty women - the times we're living in
jason molina - fire on the rail
sammybrue - die before you live
the hackensaw boys - dont bet against me
the growlers - love test
ryan bingham - lover girl
Julia Jacklin - Someday (The Strokes) [Live at Laneway 30/01/17]

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Border radio with Deputy Paul

Border Radio, April 19, 2020 Border Radio, April 19, 2020, 203.46 MB
Sun 19 Apr 2020

Rahui radio ! Plenty of brand enw tunes including the new Bob Dylan 17 minuter, locals Kathy Bates Motel and Emily Fairlight. New gospel vibes from Dori Freeman and The Blue Hens. Brand stonking new Eastbound Jesus, Drive by Truckers, Slow Motion Cowboys and White Owl Red. Tickle in some Songhoy Blues, because I can, and fang out a bit of old school trad with Mike Ness and that one-off, forever favorite Good & Dead.  

Border Radio with Kirsten Warner

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Sun 12 Apr 2020

Kirsten marks the sad passing of American folk music legend John Prine, playing lots of his songs and songs by people he influenced. There was a presidential condolence from the president of the Republic of Ireland. Roseanne Cash quotes from John Prine's great song "Angel From Montgomery": "Just give me something I can hold onto."  A terrible loss. A lot of great music. He was dealt a rough hand by the Trump administration, passing away from complications of the coronavirus. Thanks for the decades of great songs. RIP.

Border Radio With Deputy Paul

Border Radio, 5th April, 2020 Border Radio, 5th April, 2020, 237.04 MB
Sun 5 Apr 2020

Rahui radio on a sunday night. Trying to keep it calm....nothing to noisy or twangy. just nice

Border Radio with Kirsten Warner

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Sun 29 Mar 2020

Kirsten plays her favourite tunes in the lockdown, wishing John Prine well who's struggling with the coronavirus.

Border Radio with Deputy Paul

Border Radio, March 22, 2020 Border Radio, March 22, 2020, 219.07 MB
Sun 22 Mar 2020

Trying to show some love to the folks who work in the live music world. Every track tonight recorded live with an audience. from Heart Attack Alley in the Lucha Lounge to Pat Green live at Billy Bob's Texas, James McMurtry in Dubllin, David Lindley in Tokyo, live Skynrd, ZZ Topp, Marlon Williams in the 95bFM lounge and Julia Jacklin live at Laneway. Take care folks x 

Border Radio presented by Kirsten Warner

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Sun 15 Mar 2020

Tamla Motown with a seasoning of blues, folk and country. Kirsten pays tribute to the passing of Roger Giles, stalwart of the Auckland folk scene for decades, generous friend to so many musicians, and determinedly himself on all occasions, blowing on his jug and adding to festival atmosphere wherever he went, he will be much missed.

Border Radio with Deputy Paul

Border Radio, March 8, 2020 Border Radio, March 8, 2020, 216.2 MB
Sun 8 Mar 2020

Swerving all over the place tonight with everything from Magic Factory to Lone Justice. Waylon & Johnny to Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Maria Dallas to Kathy Bates Motel, Sky Scraper Stan to Joe Pug. Yippee.

Border Radio, February 23, 2020

Border Radio with Deputy Paul Border Radio with Deputy Paul, 218.43 MB
Sun 23 Feb 2020

Fun show tonight with some Skynyrd ! But before that Kirsten interviews Jimmie Dale Gilmore ahead of his Auckland show with Butch Hancock, I play some brand new tunes from Tamaki Makaurau's Louisa Nicklin & Kathy Bates Motel, that gorgeous Strokes cover by Julia Jacklin, recorded live at Laneway and heaps more.

Border Radio With Deputy Paul

Border Radio, 9 February, 2020 Border Radio, 9 February, 2020, 219.22 MB
Sun 9 Feb 2020

A noisy version of The Border Radio Show. Running amok with everything turned up to eleven.

Border Radio with Deputy Paul

Border Radio, 26 January 2020 Border Radio, 26 January 2020, 214.7 MB
Sun 26 Jan 2020

Absolute chaos around the radio station with the university demolition/rebuild and the laneway site set up making access and parking not very practical. So rode in on my bike and raided the bFM vinyl and CD racks and played a few off the computer system as well. If you liked Border Radio in the 1980's, you're going to like this.