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Phone Janiece 9484 1927

Welcome to the Country Music Highway

Real Country Radio

                   For the very best in country music tune in to Brendon T & Curtin FM 100.1                                                     every Saturday between 12 Noon and 6.00 PM WST.

From Ballads through to Swing –From the Traditional Country of Yesteryear to the Hits of Today-From Gospel to Bluegrass– you will hear it all on Born in Boots

Check Playlist  under “BIB Program” for recent interviews & songs played on Born in Boots

LOST PET PLEASE HELP US FIND OSCAR

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LOSTOscar, Male Siamese. Last seen Friday 9th September. Was wearing a blue leather collar with a black name tag, but he could be missing his collar as he has lost 2 recently. Dark brown face, ears, legs & tail. Missing from Amethyst Crescent, Mount Richon. Oscar is microchipped & sterilised.
Please phone 0439 994 399 with any possible sightings

 

FREE Movie TICKETS

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FREE Movie TICKETS

Are You a Member Of Curtin FM ? then listen in this Saturday 24th September to Born in Boots from midday for your opportunity to win a double pass to The Magnificent 7 movie Starring Denzel Washington –Only during Born in Boots have your membership number ready and wait for cue to call on 9484 1927

 FREE Movie TICKETS

  … GOOD NEWS for Born in Boots fans

Western boots Best In Country

with Brendon t  and Janiece  

Is now archived in “Playlist” under “BIB Program” so no need to miss your favourite Country Music Show — you can now listen to last Saturdays program anytime during the week

 

Born in Boots You Tube Special…

“Forever Country “ –Is a collection of some of the biggest names in Country Music  performing a combination of 3 classic hits

Another classic hit — The Great Slim Dusty with Gordon Parsons performing “A Pub With No Beer” 

From our feature album ” For The Good Times -A Tribute To Ray Price” the recording of “I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) “ by Willie Nelson & The Time Jumpers