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While the 70s may be known for producing stadium rock and powerhouse bands, this period also saw the rise of the singer-songwriter. These were artists with no interest in singing songs written for them by record company songwriting teams. Rather, they had something to say in their own words set to their own music. Usually deeply personal, sometimes confessional,  their songs stand the test of time. This week Marty and Venetia bring you some outstanding tracks from their favourite seventies singer-songwriters.


About the author: Venetia


Venetia is huge deep soul, funk and jazz fan. She is the co-host of Living In the 70s, a show about 70's music, broadcast on Saturday mornings on JOY and puts together the podcasts of the show.

She is also an occasional presenter on Well, Well, Well, JOY's Thursday night program focusing on HIV and LGBTI health, sponsored by Thorne Harbour Health.


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