Join Louise Poole (973FM Brisbane) as she gets up close and personal to some of the biggest names in music, television, film and entertainment.
Amy discusses her new single Everybody Rise; working with Joel Little – the producer behind hits on Taylor Swift's Lover album; The pressures of writing new music after her debut Love Monster was a global success and more!
Birds of Tokyo had some of the most watched Australian social distancing live music videos in the last week, with the band performing their songs in different lounge rooms across the country.
Tony catches up with Louise ahead of his show at The Tivoli (Feb 27th 2020) and talks about celebrating 40 years in the music industry, his new single Tonight Belongs To Us, the 80s trends he never wants to see again, embarrassing his teenage daughter and how he loves watching fans get engaged to his Spandau Ballet hit 'True'.
Madison Avenue's Andy Van catches up with Louise Poole (973fm Brisbane) to chat about the 20th Anniversary of their hit Don't Call Me Baby, Aria Awards, recording their debut album Polyester Embassy in a garage in Frankston, the changes in the music industry over the past 20 years and what he'd love to see brought back!
Host of the popular podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno, Jamie Morton, catches up with 973fm's Louise Poole about the upcoming live shows they are bringing to Brisbane, MDWAP cosplay, how fame has gone to his dads head, and the strangest listener stories he's heard.
Singer/songwriter Tom Walker, behind the hit single Leave A Light On, caught up with 973fm Brisbane's Louise Poole to chat about the song, his album What a Time to Be Alive, addiction, and mental health. Interview originally recorded in late 2018.
Original Australian Idol Winner Guy Sebastian catches up with 973fm Brisbane's Louise Poole to chat about his new single Choir, how fatherhood has changed his life, becoming a member of the Order of Australia, his upcoming tour and look after our mental health. This podcast contains possibly triggering content about losing a battle with depression.
Australian singer Amy Shark catches up with 973fm's Louise Poole to chat about how her life has changed since the release of her debut album Love Monster; the trophy room she has in her house; why she's not comfortable being a role model; and her latest single Mess Her Up
The Veronicas, Jess and Lisa Origliasso, catch up with 973fm's Louise Poole to chat about their new single Think of Me; Relationships, breakups and healing; Self care; Fashion Faux pas and the Untouched meme phenomenon.
Australian singer, songwriter, actress Jessica Mauboy catches up with Louise Poole about her new single Sunday; making the music video; her upcoming album; taking control of the creative process and connecting with her authentic self.
Louise Poole catches up with Australian singer/songwriter Dami Im about her Live Sessions EP, the single Dreamer, how she taught herself to sing by annoying her parents, being terrified at Eurovision and touring with Human Nature
Louise Poole catches up with Australia's favourite exports Human Nature. Phil Burton, Toby Allen and brothers Andrew and Mike Tierney first captured our hearts in the 90s with their boy band charm and singles like Wishes and Tellin' Everybody. Now they play to sold out crowds in Las Vagas every night. In this interview we talk about their new album Romance of The Jukebox, their single Little More Love, Vegas, muscle shirts and 90s fashions.
Felix Buxton, half of the electronic duo Basement Jaxx catches up with Louise Poole to discuss their current tour Basement Jaxx Vs Metropolitan Orchestra; working with symphonies; re-imaging their iconic hits; the cycle of music; sound healing and how to live a kind life.
Louise Poole gets up close and personal with Australian Singer/Songwriter Ivy Adara. She's the voice behind the hit song Currency, and penned the hits of some of our favourite songs by Jess Mauboy, Marlissa and Maggie Linddeman. Ivy opens up about that time she met Jason Derulo's dog, wrote her first song at age 7 and how she deals with social media and self esteem.
Louise Poole gets up close and personal with British Singer/Songwriter Calum Scott, who traded his career in HR for pop stardom when he competed on Britains Got Talent. Calum talks about becoming a superstar overnight, his new album Only Human, and the internal struggle he faced when he publically 'came out' about his sexuality. He discusses how he was afraid his fan base would desert him if he told them he was gay and offers his advice to anyone else who may also be coming to terms with their sexuality.