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  • Began DJ’ing professionally towards the end of 1993 when I was asked to step in and help a colleague in a local pub in Cambridge. That expanded to presenting on stage for a tribute band company staging concerts aimed at the younger generation across the UK.

  • In 1996, I was invited to become resident DJ for Mad Dogs International based in Hong Kong, and alongside my best friend (and mentor) DJ Krazy Kevin I spent 3 years there entertaining tourists and ex-pats alike.  There were monthly theme nights, and of course the Monday Night Quiz.

  • At the end of 1999, I joined up with Luminar Leisure and the Chicago Rock Café chain.  The basis of their entertainment was video led comedy, film clips and music from 1957 to 1986.  Highly enjoyable and very hard work but worth it hear people singing and dancing all night long.

  • In 2006, I travelled over the Fuengirola in southern Spain and started by presenting on The Beat 96.5FM – an ex-pat aimed FM commercial radio station featuring dance music and chat tracks. This led to me becoming a resident DJ at the world famous London Pub alongside the multi-talented DJ Simon Galley.  Open 7 days/nights a week it was the busiest bar along the coast and famed for the legendary nights. We had many guest DJ’s joining us on the journey and great times were had by all who ventured there.

  • 2010 saw me fly over to Bahrain to become resident DJ at Champs Sports Bar, Muju Lounge and finally Corners Sports Bar. After a few years, I then became manager of Wembley Sports Bar, making it one the most popular British themed sports bars in the region, culminating in winning the coveted FACT Magazine award for Best Sports Bar as voted for by customers.

"It's been emotional"

Vinny Jones

"I've never met the guy...."

Jason Statham

"Is he really that fat in real life...?"

Lewis hamilton

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