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Carter Edwards Retires

For more than 35 years, Carter Edwards has been a familiar voice on 2HD Newcastle but on Sunday evening May 29 he “turned the horses home” for the last time hosting his program Carter Edwards Country. Carter has worked on the 2SM Super Radio Network since 1986. He was inducted into the Australian Country Music Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2005, and received the ICMA Award for Most Popular Commercial Radio Presenter in 2014.

Radio mates can send him good wishes to [email protected]

3 Comments

  1. So very sad. I hope he can have a wonderful time enjoying life now. I meet him at the Gympie RSL . He is very lovely .

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  2. Dear Carter,
    Thanks for the great years of songs and entertainment. I have been your fan since 1971. I watched you on day time television and then listened to your radio programs religiously. I have been to your live shows on the Central Coast.
    I will miss you and wish you all the best.
    Looking forward to your book publication.
    Best love
    Christine Elizabeth Berry OAM

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  3. Dear Carter,
    Thanks for the great years of songs and entertainment. I have been your fan since 1971. I watched you on day time television and then listened to your radio programs religiously. I have been to your live shows on the Central Coast.
    I will miss you and wish you all the best.
    Looking forward to your book publication.
    Best love

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