I started playing at a pub called the Hope & Anchor on a Thursday night and at the Plough on London road Coventry alongside two well-known DJ’s of their time, Alan Bayliss & Will Richardson.
Between 1996-1999 I played a fair few slots in and around Birmingham to include The Dome II (named after the large metal round lighting rig around the dance floor), Pulse (now Zanzibar), Wobble, and Miss MoneyPennys @Bonds.
Now regularly in Coventry, with a fortnightly residency at Bar Coast, Dogma & a weekly slot Suzi Q’s, I was able to work alongside my long-term DJ partners, and very good friends, Huggy and Chelston, under the name; “The Soul Food Brothers”. Playing several warm up sets for God’s Kitchen, formally the Planet nightclub and former home of the iconic Eclipse, this was a massive influence in my passion for music & the rave scene back in its day. As a result I played at the Foundry, The Planet, The Glasshouse, and Careys.
In November 2016 I came out of retirement to play at the legendary Ministry of Sound, London, alongside my good friend Kuska playing for FunkDelux. Since my return I’ve had sets with Crazy Daisy’s, Gatecrashers Ruins afterparty, and Big Bamboo amongst others. While in Ibiza I played at Mambos & Es Paradis and on my return to the UK, Ministry of Sound summer festivals. With a monthly club classics night at The Pippin in Coventry in place along with being asked to perform at a charity event for old school Legend, Rob May, R.I.P. which was an honour, 2018 was a huge year.
In rolls 2019 which has started with a bang; joining Jealous Media, securing my own Bi-weekly show on AA1 radio, monthly slot on AATM radio (#JCSQUATER – a partner with Jelous Media Live DJ’s) along a guest slot at Mayhem Radio. Recently playing at Chic nightclub, now one of Birmingham’s top clubs, it’s set to be quite the year!