’10 Questions With Tim Roxborogh’ – My Get Frank Interview, Including 1st Ever Concert, Best Decade For Music & Favourite Travel Destination

The famous #casuallean.

Recently I was interviewed by the publication Get Frank about all the different things I do in media, including hosting talkback, being a travel writer and establishing my own iHeartRadio station, Coast Soul. If you missed it, here is the link:

http://www.getfrank.co.nz/lifestyle/music/10-questions-with-tim-roxborogh

It was a nice opportunity to promote Coast Soul (if you’re a fan of the best soul and R&B of the past 50 years you should enjoy the station) as well as answer questions like what the very first concert I went to was. The most fun question was probably regarding which decade is my favourite for music – find out why I chose the 70s, even though I was born in 1981.

Thanks for reading and if you haven’t yet heard Coast Soul, click here to find out more. In short, this is the station for you if you love listening to people like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keys, Bruno Mars, Diana Ross, the Commodores etc. I’m the sole announcer on Coast Soul and I go behind the scenes on 12 specially selected tracks each week, giving stories about the artists and the songs.

If you’re already an iHeartRadio listener, here is the link:

http://www.iheart.com/live/coast-soul-7105/

And you haven’t yet checked out iHeartRadio and it all sounds a bit intimdating, don’t worry! All you have to do is either download the app for your phone or click on iheartradio.com on your computer. It takes just a few seconds to create an entirely free account. Once you’ve done that, just search for the word “soul” or the words “Coast Soul” and you’ll find the station. Many thanks!

Tim

Create a free iHeartRadio account and click here to listen: http://www.iheart.com/live/coast-soul-7105/.

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