High Voltage Radio

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High Voltage Radio
Broadcast area Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, Australia
Branding Triple M's High Voltage Radio
Mix 94.5's High Voltage Radio (Perth)
Slogan Our Tribute To AC/DC
Frequency DAB+
First air date 10 February 2010 (2010-02-10)
Last air date 15 March 2010 (2010-03-15)
Format Music from AC/DC
(Classic rock, hard rock)
Language(s) English
Affiliations Triple M
Owner Austereo
Sister stations Triple M
Mix 94.5
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.[1] The station was part of Austereo's 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.[2] 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.

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 station was heard on DAB+ radios in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.[3]

The station also streamed online at the Triple M website.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Austereo’s Triple M to launch AC/DC digital radio station - mUmBRELLA, 10 February 2010
  2. ^ Austereo Adds Fourth Digital Radio Band - Perth Now, 10 February 2010
  3. ^ Triple M AC/DC Feature Page - Triple M