English Singer James Blunt Joins Smoothfm

English Singer James Blunt Joins Smoothfm
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Smoothfm has announced that English singer-songwriter James Blunt will returns to the station’s weekend line-up to host his own show on Sunday afternoons from 28 May.

Best known for his hits You’re Beautiful, Goodbye My Lover, 1973, Bonfire Heart and When I Find Love Again, Blunt recently released a new album called The Afterlove.

Blunt joins a star-studded line-up of smoothfm guest hosts, including Dolly Parton, Barry Gibb, Elton John, Neil Diamond, John Farnham, and Olivia Newton-John.

Commenting on his time Down Under, Blunt said: “I’ve had a great time in this country. I was so lucky really to come here to hang out on X Factor, lived on Bondi… I’ve been looked after phenomenally by the Aussies, toured here so many times, so I’m always incredibly grateful to be back, thanks for having me.”

James Blunt can be heard on smoothfm 95.3 (Sydney), smoothfm 91.5 (Melbourne) and on smoothfm DAB+ from Sunday 28 May to Sunday 18 June from 4pm.

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