Tommie Talks Music more and more and more................

I already told you that my Womens Radio show where I interview people who inspire with their music and their lives, is now being

broadcast each week on Parkway Radio, on Krystal fm

and on World fm.and.........................

Since then the show is now being added to the schedules on Blues City Radio ( thankyooooo Sheila!) and

Venture Radio UK have even created a separate page on

their website for ME!!! Big thanks to Bob!!

Parkway will also be running my show as part of a 2 hour Tommie Brewster new show each Thursday night 9pm PST to include my spoken word and my music also.

This will be my chance to include music from around the

world of many different genres, from many different eras

and sources.

I want to step outside the usual and do the unusual.

Krystal fm in Chile will broadcast my show on their English language series each Saturday evening at 7pm.

World fm will air the show each Friday at 4pm NZST which is 11pm Thursday CST.

Big thankyous to all the people who invited me to join these networks.........


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