Luke Bradnam leaves the Rush Hour

Luke Bradnam will not return to the Triple M Rush Hour drive show on the Goldie’s 92.5 Triple M in 2021.

During his four years on the show, Luke has worked with the likes of Ben ‘Dobbo’ Dobbin, Libby Trickett and Margaux Parker, driving Brisbane and most recently the Gold Coast home.
SCA Gold Coast General Manager, Rod Hockey said: “Luke has been an amazing talent to have in our business, his energy and passionate approach to his radio craft has made fans of our clients, listeners and staff. He will definitely be missed.”
92.5 Triple M Content Director, Corey Kay said: “Luke is a radio guy – each day he jumps behind the microphone with the same high energy and enthusiasm to entertain and inform his audience.  He’s a courageous performer who is only ever himself on air – a quality worth admiring as he’s the exception, rather than the rule. I’m thankful to have worked with someone so passionate about the industry. I speak on behalf of all the team thanking him for his commitment and contribution during his time on the M’s.”
Luke said, “Thank you to everybody at MMM for an amazing four years. I wish you all the best for 2021, and most of all thank you to everybody who has listened over the last 17 years you mean more to me than you’ll ever know.”




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