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Introducing Bobby Valentine

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Spending your drive home in the car or just relaxing, Bobby Valentine will take you down a musical road you want to travel more than once.

His new program Drive Live 987 on RPP FM every Wednesday 4-6pm is one hell of a music party.

With influences from Sinatra, Count Basie, The Beatles, Ray Charles, Elvis, Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder and Australia’s own Ricky May, his music repertoire in the RPP FM studios will have you singing and ‘remembering when’.

Having fronted successful acts like The Lonely Boys and the Sweethearts, Bobby is one of Melbourne’s favourite performers.

He opened shows for, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Lewis and the late Whitney Houston. He performed at the AFL Grand Final, The Australian Open Tennis Tournament, Melbourne Cup and many more ‘grandstanding’ events and celebrity weddings of Hugh Jackman & Deborah Lee-Furness, Eddie & Carla McGuire and Steve & Jo Silvagni.

Adding to his list of celebrity ‘shoulder-rubbing’, he also performed at milestone birthdays for the late Kerry Packer and the likes of Jimmy Barnes and Sam Newman.

His dulcet tones were in demand for voice-overs on TV and radio commercial and was the voice of David Jones department store.

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Bobby and co-host Andy

His television credits include Hey, Hey it’s Saturday, Good Morning Australia, IMT and many other variety programs.

Bobby Valentine is fully equipment to make your drive home relaxing as he takes on his new role as presenter of his Drive Live 987 program, offering a full package of music and entertainment right here on RPP FM along side his sassy co-host Andy Donaldson.

Every Wednesday, 4-6pm on

RPP FM – your Voice on the Peninsula

98.7FM & 98.3 FM Frankston

Live stream from rppfm.com.au and download our App

 

Written by: Debra Mar

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