South Norfolk radio station on the hunt for talented musicians

Chris Moyse and Tristan Bishop-Smith getting ready in Studio 1. Photo: John Hutton - Diss Camera Clu

Chris Moyse and Tristan Bishop-Smith getting ready in Studio 1. Photo: John Hutton - Diss Camera Club - Credit: John Hutton - Diss Camera Club

It can be hard for aspiring musicians to have their music heard.

Pete Gillings officially opening Park Radio station in Diss. Photo: John Hutton - Diss Camera Club

Pete Gillings officially opening Park Radio station in Diss. Photo: John Hutton - Diss Camera Club - Credit: John Hutton - Diss Camera Club

But now, a radio station broadcasting in Diss, Harleston and Eye is on the hunt for talented musicians from the area.

Park Radio, which covers South Norfolk and the Waveney Valley, is starting a weekly show called 'Sunday Introducing' from January 7.

The aim of the show is to play new music from musicians and those based in the East of England.

Presenter Andrew Cooper said: 'We want to hear from musicians, bands and promoters so that Park Radio can showcase local talent.


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'We can't guarantee stardom but we can do our bit to help as many musicians as possible to get heard by a wider audience.'

Musicians and bands who would like to be featured should contact info@parkradio.co.uk or 01379 210000.

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Park Radio broadcasts on 107.6 FM and 105.2 FM as well as on www.parkradio.co.uk.

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