As a 60’s baby grew up in the era of Elvis Presley/ Cliff Richards enjoying music at a young age.
Musically joined School/ Church choirs and enjoyed music but could not grasp the ability to play instruments.
After leaving school worked in factories, one in particular played Reggae / Calypso/ Soca music all day whilst at work and that’s where my love of Jamaican music grew.
This led to an opportunity to get involved with mobile discos with a Jamaican work colleague, he had the equipment and I had a ford cortina mk3 estate. Together we played at various Jamaican house parties in the south London area where we would start at 6pm and still be going at 6am.
After this I gained employment at a CIU workingmans club where at first involved behind the bar, led to being entertainment manager booking live acts and providing a disco as well.
Fast forward two decades and I got the opportunity to broadcast live on my local community radio in 2012 playing 70’s music for 3 hours.After 7 years I wanted a challenge and the station accepted my request to do a Reggae Show, at first 1 hour but within weeks it’s acceptance and sucess prompted a two hour live show.In November 2019 my work commitments changed and I could not broadcast live, so had to leave the station.
In 2020 invited to join an online radio station the Reggae Show was reborn.
Today the show has grown to be broadcast around the world on several stations including KL Radio- Online.
So if you love Reggae your in the right place with KL Radio- Online playing All the Best Music All the Time.And thanks for listening to the Show