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Gary Jackson

Radio Presenter

Hello My Name Is Gary Jackson. Gary Jackson started his DJ career back in the days when half a dozen singles from Saturday Night Fever were guaranteed to fill the dance floor.
Hospital radio beckoned in the early 1990s and he now finds himself on a Spanish station, surprised that it’s the English speaking population that listens, having always thought the most suitable audience would be those who hadn’t a clue what he was on about.
He fell in love with beat music in the 60s, and in 1997 he was approached by The Searchers to publish their official website which he does to this day.

 

 

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Tommy Martin

Radio Presenter

Tommy Martin started spinning the plastic
during the 80s & 90s as a DJ with his mobile disco road shows
in the pubs & clubs of Glasgow and Lanarkshire in Scotland UK.
He’s been involved with community and commercial radio in Scotland from 2006 and has been over 100 different radio stations worldwide with the “Big Fat Party Anthems Show”. 
In the breaks from playing his favourite music,  Tommy Martin loves to eat pasta, pizza, kebabs and of course, a good “chinese” That could be why they call him “Big Tommy”…
Big Tommy’s “Big Fat Party Anthems Show” is in our opinion the richest danciest program in the world.
With breathless BANGIN Beat, this supercharged HIGH energy music will take you through the late hours.
There’s featured tracks from British and Euro Dance as well as famous remixes & mash-ups, Megamix. WOW!.

 

 

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Jason Scott

Radio Presenter

Jason Scott started his broadcasting career at the early age of 14 doing book reviews for his local station in Bournemouth.
He went on to work at the BBC, before getting his big presenting break at Radio Wave in Blackpool. Since then he has DJ’d at many venues across the West Midlands including a 3 year residency at one of Birminghams largest venues The Sports Cafe.
In the mid 00’s the bug of radio bit again and Jason Scott went back to working at various stations around the UK and in the South of Spain.

 

 

 

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Mike Brown

Radio Presenter

Mike Brown made his radio debut in 1992, and back then you had to choose between East 17 or Take That. As all the girls liked the latter, Mike Brown went on-air for the very first time dressed in big baggy jeans, a checked shirt, chunky gold earings and a baseball cap. Yes, he knows this was a mistake now.
Since then, Mike Brown has continued to make fashion mistakes, and present on the radio. He also decided to come out of the studio to DJ in pubs and clubs hosting everything from student nights to specialist music events, most of this was done in flowery shirts! To cut a long story short, he became a pub landlord, but realised it wasn’t for him as he had to dress smart, and so he’s back behind the mic wearing what the hell he likes!

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Brendon Moyle

Radio Presenter

 Hi my name is Brendon Moyle. Club Consultant and DJ at Adelaide’s biggest club HQ. Used to do show called “The Vinyl Solution”, and also drive shift 5 days a week on another radio station in the early to mid 90’s.
That folded then Stardusk Fm popped up This Year. My partner in crime at the time Phase (Adelaide’s lighting guru, superstar rave act and now budding rock star) and I applied to the station and were lucky enough to be given one of the most important shifts in Saturday night.
After a few years Phase retired from the airwaves to pursue his music then Steve Hart came on board and we haven’t looked back with 4 consecutive best radio show awards at the SA Dance Music Awards along the way.

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