2DayFM’s Grant Denyer releases Christmas single

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Grant Denyer is a man of many talents, and he’ll he can add musician to his CV.

The 2DayFM Breakfast host has unveiled his new Christmas single for charity, raising money for Rural Aid and the drought-affected farmers of Australia.

The track is called ‘Driving Home For Christmas’ and will be officially out for download on Friday.

“As you know, it’s a subject I’m deeply passionate about, plus I’ve always loved my music, especially at Xmas time,” he said in an announcement on Facebook.

“Add it to your playlist and fill up your spirit with some Christmas cheer and enjoy this special little project to help our struggling Aussie farmers.

“Thanks heaps ya bloody legends, its a good bit of fun and I hope you enjoy the song.”


The song had its first spin on 2DayFM Breakfast this morning and Denyer announced it will be available to download on Friday.

Denyer isn’t the first radio personality to release a single this year, with KIIS FM’s Jackie O unveiling her own charity single ‘Honey Money’ recently.

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4 Dec 2018 - 9:46 am

Is he copying Jackie !

4 Dec 2018 - 9:57 am

Yep because Jackie was the first person ever to record and release a song on a radio show…..

4 Dec 2018 - 12:20 pm

He looks like Barnaby Joyce.

4 Dec 2018 - 12:22 pm

The song had its first spin on 2DayFM Breakfast this morning well no one would have heard it.

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4 Dec 2018 - 11:32 pm

Aussie farmers are doing it bloody tough.
How about being positive about what this fella has done.
He is no Chris Rea,sounds more like Chris’s sister Di but no need to knock a bloke who is having a crack.
What have you done to help?

5 Dec 2018 - 9:23 am

The song had real potential to be honest, I like it but I think it shouldn’t start off with the chorus. It needed to build up and then I think the chorus could’ve been ramped up more. Grant great job I think you could spice it up though and make it more catchy. Do a remix Grant.


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