8 episodes

INSTRUMENTAL is a series of conversations with some of Australia's most successful musicians in which host Amber Petty explores the mystery of how her guests have transcended beyond their simple love of music to realising a musical dream come true, often beyond their wildest, rock 'n' roll dreams. At the heart of each episode are the relationships these musicians have with one particular instrument. We explore why these great love affairs have been so 'instrumental' to them personally and professionally. Coming up in this series we chat to - Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), Simon Mavin (Hiatus Kaiyote), Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil), Harry Angus James (The Cat Empire), Peter Luscombe (Paul Kelly band), Cash Savage (Cash Savage & The Last Drinks), Pat Davern (Grinspoon) and Sarah Blasko.

Instrumental is created and hosted by Amber Petty - sponsored by Yamaha Music Australia.

Instrumental Amber Petty

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    • 4.3, 26 Ratings

INSTRUMENTAL is a series of conversations with some of Australia's most successful musicians in which host Amber Petty explores the mystery of how her guests have transcended beyond their simple love of music to realising a musical dream come true, often beyond their wildest, rock 'n' roll dreams. At the heart of each episode are the relationships these musicians have with one particular instrument. We explore why these great love affairs have been so 'instrumental' to them personally and professionally. Coming up in this series we chat to - Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus), Simon Mavin (Hiatus Kaiyote), Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil), Harry Angus James (The Cat Empire), Peter Luscombe (Paul Kelly band), Cash Savage (Cash Savage & The Last Drinks), Pat Davern (Grinspoon) and Sarah Blasko.

Instrumental is created and hosted by Amber Petty - sponsored by Yamaha Music Australia.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

radionotes ,

Top shelf chats

Looked at the guest list and that it's hosted by the wonderful Amber Petty - I'm in.

Petty has brillant engagement with the medium of audio and stella knowledge of subject.
There is a warmth here, that comes from their expereince and ability to listen.
Enough from me.... get this into your ears.

theAnarchitect ,

Too much taking, not enough listening

Great guests who have great stories, but please just let them speak. It just sounds exasperating for your guests to be interviewed and try and get to the end of a sentence. Simple, open questions and a clearer direction would open the episodes up.

Listen to JBT's new podcast for a good example of the artist being able to dictate the direction of an interview.

Bfgfddsfbn ,

Too much Amber

I wanted to hear Rob Hirst, but he was constantly interupted by Amber and her stories. Not the mark of a good interviewer.

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