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    Triple M proves that Aussie rock and Taylor Swift go together All Too Well

    With Taylor Swift’s imminent arrival down under for The Eras Tour, Triple M is proving that Australian rockers are not immune from Swiftie fever. 

    In a tribute to Swift, Triple M has collaborated with some of Australia’s most well known rock artists to cover some of her hits for Triple M Versions.

    Musicians involved include Paul Kelly, Ian Moss, The Screaming Jets, Sarah McLeod, Diesel and Birds of Tokyo.

    Kicking off on Monday 5 February, with a new cover dropping each weekday until Wednesday 14 February, fans can catch the covers by tuning in to the Triple M Breakfast show in their local city or by streaming Triple M live on LiSTNR.

    The schedule of covers is: 

    Paul Kelly – Anti-Hero – Monday 5 February
    The Screaming Jets – We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Tuesday 6 February
    Sarah McLeod – Wildest Dreams – Wednesday 7 February
    Diesel – This Is Me Trying – Thursday 8 February
    Ian Moss – Style – Friday 9 February
    Birds of Tokyo – Blank Space – Monday 12 February
    British India – You’re on Your Own, Kid – Tuesday 13 February
    Joe Camilleri with Melbourne Ska Orchestra – I Knew You Were Trouble – Wednesday 14 February

    Host of Triple M Nights and lead singer of The Screaming Jets, Dave Gleeson, said: “Taking on the challenge of covering Taylor Swift’s banger We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and fusing it with the sound of The Screaming Jets was a blast. Reimagining this song for Triple M was an unexpected start to 2024, but the outcome is something that our Triple M listeners can 100% get on board with.”

    Head of Triple M metro content, Matthew OReilly?, said: “The Triple M Versions are an outstanding collaboration of some of Australia’s best rock artists with some of the world’s most popular songs, resulting in something completely unique to Triple M and Australia. We are pumped to present these never-before-heard covers and join the celebrations of the Australian leg of Taylor Swift’s iconic tour.”

    The Triple M Versions can be heard across the entire Triple M network and by streaming Triple M live on LiSTNR.

    See Also: Ratings champ: Is Triple M’s Roo, Ditts & Loz Australia’s best FM breakfast show?

    The post Triple M proves that Aussie rock and Taylor Swift go together All Too Well appeared first on Mediaweek.

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