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Bobby Brown joins the Magic family on the Breakfast Show

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Certainly a familiar face and voice in the Cape Town broadcasting industry, Bobby Brown will be back on the airwaves, but this time he will host the Magic 828 AM Breakfast Show.

After a ten year stint at Smile 90.4 FM, Brown left the station in April and is ready to start his new Magic venture on Monday 3 July.

Brown will be taking over from Graeme White, or as loyal listeners call him “The Vanilla Thriller”. However, White won’t be going too far as he takes over the Magic Midday Show from 10am-2pm on weekdays.

While starting a new show may come with feelings of trepidation, Brown said he is excited for this new season. His show will also have amazing prizes almost daily, such as load shedding hampers and a trip overseas.

One of the reasons why he loves Magic 828 is because of the unique music that is played, which is unlike other commercial radio stations whose music playlists are fairly standard.

“Magic plays different music, songs people haven’t heard in a long time. Every single song will be different, back-to-back. That is a very unique thing. While we have a small audience because of the AM band now, this will change. We will be doing a digital migration.”

“If you want some new innovative, exciting and fund radio that you haven’t heard in a long time and make sure you want to sing along then you have to listen to the new Magic Breakfast Show,” said Brown.

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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