New Free Australian Folk Music Streaming Service – Trad&Now Live!

New Australian Folk Music Stream

Charm of Finches, Australian Folk Music Awards 2022 – Photo: LTTL

Trad & Now Magazine Launches

Trad&Now Live!

Australia’s first streaming service for Australian recorded folk music

Free and 24/7

Trad&Now Live! is now live, a free international streaming service for Australian folk music in its broadest

It can be heard 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and all music heard was recorded in Australia and is
available on a CD available from the Trad&Now website. Genres included are traditional and contemporary folk music, bluegrass, acoustic blues, roots, Australiana, Americana, Celtic, World music, and traditional dance music with a little bit of bush poetry. More music will be added every week, along with additional features. These will include new arrivals, upcoming festival news, folk
music programs on community radio, interviews, podcasts and music from touring acts.

This is the first such service for Australian folk music and is an ideal medium for making Australian
folk music available to everyone at any time all around Australia and anywhere in the world.

Trad&Now Live! complements the Trad&Now magazine and the Trad&Now website.

Playlists and other content information are available on the website.

The Trad&Now website has the world’s largest selection of Australian recorded folk music listed and
available for sale and Trad&Now Live! will help to expose this vast catalogue of music to the world.

Trad&Now magazine is Australia’s longest continually running national magazine covering those
genres of folk music and is primarily available by subscription and from all good newsagents around
Australia. Eight (8) editions are published every year, it only costs $55 and includes a free
compilation CD.

For more information or to submit material, contact



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New Australian Folk Music Stream


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Author: Rob Dickens

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