TUESDAY NIGHT FEVER

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Tuesday 10:00 pm 12:00 am

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Join The Professor of Soul for a walk down memory lane to "The 70's", Soul Radio USA remembers Soul Train, Studio 54 and all the classic tracks that put "The Disco" into Discothèque.

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Founder of Starlight Broadcasting November 14th 2017 I started my career as a Mobile DJ In Portsmouth whilst serving In the Royal Navy with Malcolm Drew's Ace Discoteques In Hampshire, It was whilst I was with Malcolm I over come my mic shyness when I was booked to play music for The Havant Island Baton Twirling Group who were out to break a World Record as a result of this not only did they break the World Record but I also set a Record for Non Stop DJ ing  In total I think It was two days with only 6 30 min breaks for myself per day ...It definitely got me out of my microphone shyness as no one was listening to me. Also whilst with Ace Discoteques I became one of the first Roller Skating Disc Jockeys at Southsea's Roller Skating Rink ...but with a difference we used Tri Skates (Basically a Ice Skate on wheels) ...It hurt I then moved on to be a Sound Engineer and Roadie for The Radio One Roadshow In the early 80's. As time progressed I appeared on Sky Channel with Gary Davis and Music Box with Gaz Topps (Later to become MTV) I was heard on Radio Tees, BBC Newcastle and was mentioned quite a lot as "The Bald Rice Krispie from then The Hairy Cornflake Dave Lee Travis on Radio One From then until 2011 I worked as a resident DJ at various Night Clubs from Penzance to The Exhibition Centre In The Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, Scotland On a personal level I would like to mention Malcolm Drew In Portsmouth as without his Influence I would not of started on my DJ career In 2011 I started Starlight UK Radio ......and the rest Is history  


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