Rob Thomas to host new Triple M show during November

Staff Writer

Following a month celebrating Australian music during Oztober, The Triple M Network will broadcast a new music show this month.

Generation X, a national Triple M Network music feature, will spin hits from the ‘80s, ‘90s and even a smaller selection of classics from the ‘70s.

From today, Generation X will air for one hour from midday on weekdays.

Triple M music royalty will be heard on-air for a selection of the lunchtime shows, including heavy metal band Iron Maiden’s lead singer, Bruce Dickinson, and American singer-songwriter and lead singer of rock band Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas.

“Gen X showcases the greatest hits from our listeners favourite years in music,” says Triple M’s head of music, Mickey Maher.

Thomas is currently in Australia and on tour.

“Rob Thomas is no stranger to Australia or Triple M, we are pumped to have him host Gen X to share his love of music and tell his stories with our audience while he tours the country.”

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