Playing Your Music

Playing Your Music At Radio Clatterbridge, we have always prided ourselves in playing the music that our listeners want to hear. Now we have taken this to a new level, by playing tracks actually composed by one of our listeners. Request collector Richie Calvert was on Mersey Ward when he got chatting to musician and writer Francis Wyatt. Francis has written a charity EP in aid of Alder Hey Childrens' Hospital in Liverpool, so we thought it was only fair to play some of his songs at Radio Clatterbridge. Dave Adams played Backstreet Cowboy by Phase III and the instrumental With Love on today's In The Mix. Regular listeners can expect to hear more of Francis' work over the coming weeks.

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