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The Evening Show with Danielle Perry | Mon - Thurs 7pm - 10pm
Danielle Perry is the woman in the chair of the XFM Evening Show, tune in every Monday to Thursday between 7pm - 10pm
Danielle's been involved in the music, radio and events industries for the past 15 years and has really tried, in her own words, to "work with the right people, who are in it for the right reasons…"
Danielle has worked for a number of stations over the past decade or so, and most recently could be heard fronting daytimes on Kerrang! Radio and the specialist new music show on Q Radio for Q Magazine.
She thinks it important to see every side of the coin, and as a musician too, she has played the likes of Isle of Wight Festival, Lovebox, Camden Crawl, Truck Festival...and many more..
She still plays.. (a Fender Rhodes) and on top of that likes to host the odd club night...past guests to grace the stage of Miss Perry Presents include Band of Skulls, Pulled Apart By Horses, Anna Calvi, Dry The River, Savages, First Aid Kit...and many more.
In other news.. she likes a gin and tonic, a good ankle boot, and dreams of one day driving a beautiful battered old Jaguar XJ6.
To find out more about Danielle's clubnights visit www.missperrypresents.com
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