I got my first pair of decks in 1987 and the same year got my first club slot along side Joe Henry at the Adam & Eve in Blackpool followed shortly by Just Jis,The Village and Sequins..
In early 1989 I started going over to Blackburn and over the next 3 years I was involved in the infamous Revenge Warehouse Parties whilst playing various other Northwest Venues inc Monroes,Hacketts,Park Hall and Manhatton Heights..
I have always been a clubber as much as a DJ and when not on the decks can usually be found bouncing off nearby walls and generally being quite funny
Over the years I've had the privilege to spin alongside some great DJs like Sasha,John Kelly, Laurent Garnier, Rocky & Diesel, Rob Tissera, John J &Greenbins and in a few of Europes great venues inc Heaven - London, The Music Factory - Birmingham along with several stints in Ibiza at Es Paradise, Bar M, Mezzanine, Pacha and Summum..
Currently djing at oldskool revival nights in the northwest of england, also promoting my own monthly soulful house night.
Recently started writing/producing again with the artist Bigwheel.
What is your main creative activity?
Writer, Musician, Photographer, Band, Producer, Music
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Cheers for the comment on C&C. Still thinking of an 'excellend'. Hey I don't suppose I could tempt you in to writing a paragraph or so on how it felt Dj'ing at parties? No pressure, just if the mood takes you!
I set up Who'd of Thought It in 2010, as a blog and place to share and develop ideas.
It evolved into a small community and forum to post thoughts and canvass feedback, with me entertaining the notion of perhaps collaborating on and publishing some of the content to a wider audience. After gathering some initial traction (there are some novel concepts in the archive) other ventures took precedence.
'WoTI' now serves as a occasional pleasure, scrapbook of ideas and guest posts from those who dare. But never say never!