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We have a new release to bring you in this week's Pop Vault!

Hi everyone. The Pop Vault has plenty of exciting finds to show you in just a few minutes time from 12 PM Eastern, 5 PM UK. Our selection this week includes an upbeat number 1 from Robbie Williams, alongside album tracks from Taylor Swift, Dido and the Fratellis. We'll also showcase the opening track from the Moulettes' Preternatural album released last Friday. All in all, a busy time is guaranteed!

A reminder: The Mosen Explosion's got live music with Mark this week

Yeah we've got the tunes mates, we've got the tunes.
The shows when mark Wilson puts in an appearance are always very popular, and he's back on this week's Mosen Explosion. The keyboard's connected to the mixer, the microphone is set up behind the keyboard in case Mark bursts into song, and we're ready to go live with the tunes. All we need now are your requests. Drop me an email to jonathan at mushroomfm dot com and let us know what you'd like to hear on the piano from Mark.

Lord Willin and the creek don't rise!

Lord Willin and the creek don’t rise it’s Bonair Saturday 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST on mushroomfm.com and in all your fav apps. This past week has been filled with rain, thunder, lightning, wind, and did I mention rain? But it’s always sunny on Bonair, so tune in for two fun filled hours of great tunes, stimulating conversation, and maybe a recipe in “Food for Thought.” Jonathan and I attended Nicola’s school play so there will be much conversation of elementary and high school drama—the theatrical kind. I love to interact with listeners, so don’t be shy!

The Shed is going all Kiwi this week.

This Saturday night, at 11 Pm Eastern, that’s 4AM Sunday in the UK, and 3Pm Sunday in New Zealand, the Shed is going all KIWI.
It’s the last show for the Month of May, and it’s almost the end of New Zealand Music Month as well.
So for four hours, I’ll be playing all KIWI music, and I’ll be happy to play any KIWI music requests you have.
Just simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake
Looking forward to seeing ya.

The Land Sings on

Hello all-
This week on The Land Sings, we have more music music, the folk and not so folk.

Tracks by Dave Carter and Tracy Grammar, Bruce Springsteen, Judy collins and Joan Baez and Stan Rogers and lots more.

Don't forget you can tweet @musicalmara or email mara@mushroomfm.com with any questions, comments, requests or feedback.

See you all there at 11pm ET tomorrow, Thursday.

Live Music this week on the Mosen Explosion. Email your requests now

What? Talking about the Mosen Explosion already? I tell you we're just super duper organised.

On this week's Mosen Explosion, it's a highly Bernie Birthday

It's a highly up-scale Mosen Explosion this week. Yup, if you've been reading my posts on Facebook and Twitter, you'll know that it's been a hella dramatic week at Mosen Towers. If you've been fortunate enough to have missed my Twitter and Facebook posts, well you can tune into the Mosen Explosion this week and get the full scoop on the case of the smart scale destruction.

Saturday Night in the Shed

Can you believe it, almost that time again.
The time where at 11Pm Eastern Saturday night, that’s 4am Sunday in the UK, and 3PM Sunday in New Zealand, we open up the Shed for yet another week.
Get ready for four hours of a crazy listening mix, complete with a Triple Threat, and Live and Loud Segment.
It’s still New Zealand Music Month, so there will be plenty of KIWI tracks to listen to as well.
Your requests and listener interaction is always welcome.
Simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake

The Land Sings: Music Music Music

Hello all-
This week we have no topic as such just music. Some Pete Seeger, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Paxton etc.

Watch out for two very long folksy tracks in the second half of the show.

The Mosen Explosion, right in the middle of banana birthday month

Another Mosen Explosion time has nearly rolled around again. "Hip hurray! Hip hurray! We're back on Mushroom FM...Hip hip hip hurray!" Oh wait, I can't do that, it's being done elsewhere i tell you.
Anyway, the thing is, the thing is you see that it's a busy old month at Mosen Towers because three out of the four bananas have birthdays in May. Sometimes, I wonder what could have possibly caused that, but the doctor told me that if I think about that too much, I'd go blind.
So we have some banana-birthday related activity to report on the show this week.

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