High Voltage Radio
|City of license||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth|
|Broadcast area||Australia and Online|
|Branding||Triple M's High Voltage Radio|
|Slogan||Our Tribute To AC/DC|
|First air date||10 February 2010|
|Owner||Austereo Radio Network|
|Website||High Voltage Radio|
High Voltage Radio (identified as Triple M's High Voltage Radio in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide and Mix 94.5's High Voltage Radio in Perth) was a pop up Digital Radio station broadcasting nationally in Australia while AC/DC were touring the country in 2010. The station was part of the Austereo Triple M Network and only played AC/DC music.
The station exclusively played music by AC/DC and included the band's biggest hits, album tracks, live performances and rarities.
Byron Cooke, the anchor of Triple M Sydney's Grill Team, was the host of the station and conducted interviews with the band, talked to people going to the concerts and talked about unknown AC/DC trivia.
The station also streamed online at the Triple M website.
Due to the "pop up" nature of the station, it was only broadcast in Australia between Wednesday, 10 February and Monday, 15 March 2010 to coincide with AC/DC's Australian Black Ice tour. After Monday, 15 March 2010, the station was reformatted to become Lady Gaga only, under the name of Radio GaGa (the name itself is taken from a Queen song).
- High Voltage Radio Player
- Triple M Sydney
- Triple M Melbourne
- Triple M Brisbane
- Triple M Adelaide
- MIX 94.5 Perth
- Austereo’s Triple M to launch AC/DC digital radio station - mUmBRELLA, 10 February 2010
- Austereo Adds Fourth Digital Radio Band - Perth Now, 10 February 2010
- Triple M AC/DC Feature Page - Triple M