On Friday morning, Australian artist Conrad Sewell joined Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox breakfast workforce Fifi, Fev & Nick for his or her ‘Brekky within the Burbs’. For the published, they travelled to town’s southern bayside suburb of Frankston.
With over 200 locals lining as much as be part of the breakfast workforce, they have been handled to a stay broadcast of the breakfast present with Fifi Field, Brendan Fevola, Nick Cody and a two music efficiency by Conrad Sewell. Sewell sang his newest hit Ferris Wheel from 2023 album Treasured and in true RnB Fridays model, he coated Mario’s Let Me Love You.
Within the first radio rankings survey of the 12 months, the breakfast outcome for Fifi, Fev and Nick was the workforce’s greatest, and the most effective for Fifi and Fev since breakfast was in double figures again in 2019.
Throughout The Fox, The station was awash with good progress together with a leap of 1.5 and a couple of.6 in morning and afternoon, and a extra modest elevate of 0.1 for Carrie and Tommy in drive.
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Mediaweek spoke to Fifi Field in regards to the initiative again in 2022, when Brekky within the Burbs was initially expanded out from being a four-show run right into a everlasting present staple.
“We did North, South, East, and West,” mentioned Field. “It’s attention-grabbing as a result of all of us come from these areas. I’m an Jap suburbs lady, I grew up out in Wonga Park, Croydon, and Ringwood. Nick (Cody) is from the West, he grew up in Hoppers Crossing and Werribee. Fev (Brendan Fevola) is from down the south, he grew up in Narre Warren. In order that was actually us going again to the areas that we all know.
“What we didn’t anticipate was all people wanting us to go to their suburbs. We’re getting requests, we’ve bought a protracted checklist and I believe we’ll most likely begin taking votes. The place would you like us? As a result of we’re clearly going to proceed this!”
Take heed to Fifi, Fev & Nick on Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox from 6-9am weekdays, additionally on LiSTNR.