ON AIR: Matt Webber
Showaddywaddy: Dancin' Party

Matt Webber

THE VOICE 'GOLD & EIGHTIES' with Matt Webber

If you love music from the Sixties, Seventies, and Eighties, you will love Monday nights on The Voice!

From 10pm til Midnight I'll be having a good old rummage through all of the fab tunes that these three decades brought us.

From The Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the 60's, Brotherhood of Man and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles in the Rockin' 70's, right through to Madonna, Tiffany and Blondie in the 80's, you'll hear all the best hits from these great artists and more, on North Devon's only truly local Radio Station.

I'll also be playing three great Country tracks from these decades. We have an endless choice - Charlie Rich, Lynn Anderson, Kenny Rogers, Billie Jo Spears.............. I'll play three of the best after 11pm every Monday night!

If you have a favourite tune that you would like me to find, please get in touch during the show. Just text voice, and then your name and message, and send it to 66010!

I look forward to your company, on Digital Radio in North Devon, and Online everywhere else :)

Matt


Bideford New Years Eve

Bideford is again gearing up for the New Years Eve celebrations, with a range of events taking place throughout the day and continuing into the new year.

Last year saw a reported 14,000 people on Bideford Quay in the run up to midnight and this year it is hoped that even more people will be there to enjoy the entertainment laid on by the X Radio 1 Roadshow and The Voice and finished off with a spectacular fireworks and laser light show.

Through the day of New Years Eve, there will be various events and attractions in the town promising to make the whole day in to a family event.

For more details see the event website, New Years Eve in Bideford, or for more background, please take a look at the Bideford Festival Committee's Website.

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