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Brought to you by Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, Three Track Therapy is all about the power of music. Presented by DJ Chris Hawkins and music therapist, Louise Gregg, each episode sees a different musician open up about the importance of music and the three tracks that have had the biggest influence on their life. 

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Brought to you by Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, Three Track Therapy is all about the power of music. Presented by DJ Chris Hawkins and music therapist, Louise Gregg, each episode sees a different musician open up about the importance of music and the three tracks that have had the biggest influence on their life. 

    Rou Reynolds

    Rou Reynolds

    In this episode of Three Track Therapy, songwriter, musician and author, Rou Reynolds from Enter Shikari, talks about how music helped him overcome the difficult periods in his life and his career. Rou talks intimately about two Enter Shikari tracks, why the song Midnight by Coldplay holds a special place in his heart and how the sense of community built around the band keeps him going.
     
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    • 41 min
    Anya Jones

    Anya Jones

    In this episode of Three Track Therapy, songwriter for stars such as Little Mix and Tom Grennan, Anya Jones dives into the power of music and how it helped her trust herself and write about how she was feeling at that time. Listen to find out about Anya’s style of writing, how she finds inspiration and how music has provided her with a sense of connection.
     
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    • 25 min
    Badly Drawn Boy

    Badly Drawn Boy

    In this episode of Three Track Therapy, Damon Gough AKA Badly Drawn Boy talks about his new album and openly shares the influence music had when it came to forgiving his younger self, dealing with fame and the limelight, a tough breakup, dealing with giving up alcohol, what his life is like now and moving on from the past. He tells us how he stumbled upon song writing by accident, which lead to him teaching himself to play the piano and guitar. 
     
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    • 40 min
    Collette Cooper

    Collette Cooper

    In this episode of Three Track Therapy, Jazz singer and actor, Collette Cooper, talks about her relationship with music and how she was able to channel her energy into music and song-writing after she experienced a significant loss in her life. She shares how music offered her direction after feeling her life was heading the wrong way.. Influenced by the likes of Bessie Smith, Nina Simone, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Collette has performed at sell out shows including The Jazz Café, The 100 Club and The Roundhouse.
     
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    • 30 min
    Frank Turner

    Frank Turner

    In this episode of Three Track Therapy, Frank talks about the power of music. How it was his therapy for a long time, and how it helped him to get professional help. He brings along his trusted acoustic guitar to break down two of his most meaningful songs. Frank Turner started out in the post-hardcore band ‘Million Dead’ before embarking on a solo career and now has 8 studio albums under his belt, has played over two and a half thousand shows and runs his own festival called Lost Evenings.
     
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    • 27 min
    Welcome to Three Track Therapy From Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy

    Welcome to Three Track Therapy From Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy

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