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The Audio Files with Kerry Devine
Kerry Devine
Kerry Devine is the Audio Files' supremo. Listen on Friday evenings

Kerry Devine presents the BBC Introducing show on Radio Cambridgeshire every Friday, 7-8pm.

Listen in on 96 & 95.7FM, DAB and online for live bands, live interviews and the latest on the local music scene in Cambridgeshire.

Every week the show features a guest band or performer playing live in the studio.

BBC Introducing: The Audio Files is the place to get YOUR band on the airwaves, just send us your music. It's easy!

Want to get your music played on the Audio Files?

The best way to get your music to us is to use the BBC Introducing Uploader.

The benefits of using the uploader are:-

• Rapid delivery

• Permanent storage in a secure area (we won't lose them or accidentally delete them!)

• We can easily forward selected tunes to Radio One, 1Xtra, 6Music and The Asian Network for national airplay

• Alternatively, you can mail a CD to Kerry Devine, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Priestgate, Peterborough. PE1 1FG

If your music is newly recorded, it is also worth sending an mp3 or wav to kerry.devine@bbc.co.uk Kerry.Devine@bbc.co.uk.

Get the CD

If you've enjoyed listening to the acts we've featured on the show over the last few months, you can now get hold of the Audio Files CD, with live performances from Eliza Wren Payne, James Chadwick, Flipron, Ana Silvera, and, an old friend of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Boo Hewerdine.

To get your hands on your free CD send your name and address to Kerry at BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, Priestgate, Peterborough. PE1 1FG.

To get in touch e-mail kerry.devine@bbc.co.uk

Listen to The Audio Files, on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, every Friday from 7-8pm.

Introducing: Send us your music
21 Sep 09 |  BBC Introducing



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