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Kim's second appearance on RTE's Late Late Show hosted by Gay Byrne was on March 6, 1982 when she sang Come Up To Dublin.

After signing with Hawk records, Kim went into the studio and recorded several tracks as A-sides for her debut record. However, at the last minute, Kim was asked by the Northwestern Health Board to sing "Stop, Think" a song written for their teenage anti-drink campaign which was covered by RTE's news in Irish.

Kim and the band first appeared together on SBB Ina Shui, a children's afternoon program that featured pop, rock, country, and folk artists of the day. Their first of three appearances, the band performed Stop, Think for their first number. The song was written by former Greenbeat Showband leader and RTE Producer, John Keogh. 

Kim Newport's first appearance on RTE's Late Late Show, the longest running show of its kind in the world. Kim is introduced by the legendary host, Gay Byrne.
 
Still on their first SBB appearance, Sean Ban Breathnach introduces the band (the whole show is in Irish) and they played their then new single, Evergreen Wedding, an original arrangement of the Barbra Streisand hit with The Wedding Song.
Finale of the 1982 RTE series which starred Twink and included the reunion of 60's folk group Maxi, Dick and Twink as well as a bevy of Irish female singing stars of the era including: Kim Newport, Karen Black, Rita Connolly, Alma Carroll, Yvonne Costelloe, Sandie Jones, Julie of Starband, Nicola Kerr, Kathy Nugent, Rita O'Regan, Eileen Reid, Pat Reilly, and Tina Reynolds.
That's Showbiz was Brendan Grace's 1981 series on RTE. It was a straight ahead variety show with a heavy dose of Brendan's humor. Kim performed a favorite from her live cabaret act, Kiki Dee's I Got The Music
Non Stop Pop was a short lived 1982 series on RTE patterned after BBC's Top Of The Pops. Hosted by Gerry Ryan, the showed featured Irish pop artists, international acts, and videos. In this show, Kim and the band appeared live in the studio on the same bill as Rosetta Stone and Blackfoot and performed I Need A Lover
In November, 1982, Kim and the band traveled to Dingle to tape their appearance on their third SBB Ina Shui program in two years. They played two unreleased songs...Take It Or Leave It and Rock n' Roll Party, both of which had been recorded at Greenfields studios. Brian Mullin did not make the trip and Colm Feeney stood in on bass guitar. 
The Music Show was a 1983 RTE series that endeavored to showcase a broad spectrum of music from pop to classical to jazz. Kim sang two unreleased songs, Take It Or Leave It and Somewhere Along The Way. The show aired after the band had left Ireland.
The Music Show was a 1983 RTE series that endeavored to showcase a broad spectrum of music from pop to classical to jazz. Kim sang two unreleased songs, Take It Or Leave It and Somewhere Along The Way. The show aired after the band had left Ireland.
  

 

 


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