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ARN’S iHeartRadio Australia Celebrates Aussie Music 24/7 With A New Music Station, iHeartAustralia

ARN’s iHeartRadio Australia has launched a brand new station, devoted to the best home-grown Australian music. iHeartAustralia will feature music from a broad range of artists and genres – established icons and the hottest, emerging artists on the Australian scene, playing your favourite tunes and the latest releases. It’s all about celebrating Australian music, your one stop destination dedicated to discovering new artists, the latest releases, and those iconic Australian albums.

To kick start Australian Music Month, iHeartAustralia is celebrating the ARIA Awards with exclusive interviews with nominees including Shane Nicholson, Ngaiire, Spacey Jane, Jolyon Petch, Genesis Owusu, Sam Fischer, Lime Cordiale and Ball Park Music. Each hour will reflect a different award category and showcase songs from all the nominees.

Brett “Nozz” Nossiter, Content Director of iHeartRadio Australia said, “The team are all so passionate about Australian music, and I’m really pumped and proud of the station we have created. iHeartRadio is committed to supporting and celebrating great Australian music.”

iHeartAustralia is available exclusively on iHeartRadio Australia.

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