DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO CELEBRATES 3RD BIRTHDAY FROM McINTYRE IN THE MORNING TO THE EVENING “BEAT MOVEMENT” BIRTHDAY GIG
Written by DCR on 01/12/2012
DUNOON COMMUNITY RADIO CELEBRATES 3rd BIRTHDAY FROM McINTYRE IN THE MORNING TO THE EVENING “BEAT MOVEMENT” BIRTHDAY GIG
Starting off the live Birthday Celebrations broadcast Derek McIntyre will kick off the daylong activities with the first Christmas Song to be played on DCR97.4FM for this Festive Season at 7.00am.
The McIntyre in the morning breakfast show will keep you up to date with the traffic, boats and trains and of course the weather forecast and keep you informed as to what is happening both sides of the Clyde.
This morning the first recipients of the DCR97.4FM Ambassador award will be announced, presented to Groups, businesses or individuals who have during the last year promoted DCR97.4FM and Cowal to our local residents as well as the many visitors welcomed to the area
Joining Derek will be Sarah and Victor who will be introducing other DCR97.4FM presenters calling in to the studio to say hello to listeners and some special guest including The Beat Movement band.
Members of the Band Mark Mark Maclean – Vocals & Guitar
Lyall Mooney – Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals
Marc Heron – Drums
Chris McEwan – Bass
The Band will be visiting the studio in the afternoon and will of course be playing for us at the DCR97.4FM 3rd Birthday Gathering at MacClures Bar after 9.00pm Saturday night.
The Beat Movement who have featured several times on LUKES ANYTHING GOES, BUT ONLY IF HE LIKES have been described as a guitar driven Rhythm & Blues band.
They have a……………………………………………………………………
head strong attitude and a motivation built on delivering a new blend of power pop, indie, modrock, they are a band with direction and a focus which builds on the influences of many, many bands, ranging from the great London bands from the 60’s (The Who, Small Faces & The Kinks to name only a few).
The Beat Movement infuse all those influences with the greatest britpop and indie bands of the modern music era…
including the likes of The Jam, Stone Roses, OCS, Libertines, Traffic and The Small Faces,
This band stand head & shoulders above other bands and are making a name for themselves with their unique musical blend and are getting a lot of media attention
Dunoon Community Radio Listeners will have the opportunity to hear the band live for themselves when the perform live at Dunoons MacClures Bar Everyone is invited Everyone is welcome .