Dazza has been on the DJ Scene for over 30 years, has performed in Pubs, Clubs, Private events up & down the UK and on radio. He founded Fantasy Radio about 10 years ago as a hobby & has recently branched out by taking on new presenters for various shows throughout the week on the station. Although Dazza doesn’t have a regular show he makes up for it when he does one, Look out on our twitter page for all the latest shows advertised.
Preferring not to be referred to as DJ … Eco /Community activists/ Science geek, Music loving Suzy joined Fantasy Radio September 2018 and tries to remain off her soap box while on air. On Sundays you will find her enjoying playing a little bit this, that and maybe the other usually with lot of giggles along the way, while currently on Wednesdays sharing her love of indie/alt music.
I am from Chester and I have been a DJ for 30 years, working in clubs in Chester.
I’vealso been a compère for many stars in TV, Film and Sports. Been on Graceland Radio
in Memphis with friend George Klein and now, please to be on Fantasy Radio,
every Friday at 21:00GMT with The Soul Box.
Charles Christian is a UK-based lawyer-turned-journalist and long term music fan – he used to roadie for a couple of his High School bands and has a Fender Telecaster, that he really will learn to play one day.
In more recent years he has been producing podcasts and working as a presenter on UK internet and FM music radio stations, where he is known for his gentle, quirky sense of humour.
Join Charles for The Americana Music Radio Show and the Weird Tales show.
It’s said I’ve got the perfect face for radio; therefore I have been involved in numerous presenting projects.
It all started when I produced a radio play back in the 90’s for the local BBC station, carried on with an afternoon music show in Spain and still goes on now.
Coming from a live music background, having played in bands for most of my adult life I decided to make the switch to radio as an additional way of spreading my version of entertainment to the world.
It is a completely different scene, that instead of standing in front of an audience varying your act on the reaction, you are effectively playing to a microphone, This is one of the reasons that the Holly Myami format always addresses a mythical ‘gang’, Audience participation is a big part of the content.
I’ve covered all sorts of broadcasting scenarios, the most nerve-racking of these was doing a last minute drop-in 2 hour live show at the opening of a new radio station.
No team, no backup plan, just me and the mic.
No change from normal then…..
Dick is a musician and D.J. who toured nationally with a 60’s group called The Brymers.
The group is mainly known for their 60’s hits of “Sacrifice” and “I Want To Tell You.” The Brymers still perform and attempt to release an album per year. To date, the group has released five albums
2) 40 Year Brotherhood
3) Where Are They Now
4) Never To Old to R-N-R
5) The Love From Our Soul.
During the last four years many of The Brymers tracks have appeared in movies (i.e. JOBS, Chillerama, Alex of Venice, and TV shows). In 1968 Dick recorded a psychedelic album with a group called Fapardokly (Merrell Fankhauser). One of the tracks was picked up by Warner Brothers and placed on a compilation album a few years years ago (Where the Action Is – 1965 1968 – Los Angeles). The comp album was nominated for a Grammy the year of its release. In addition to recording with The Brymers, Dick continues to record with other rock groups and hosts his weekly radio show called “Dick Lee and 60’s Garage Rock from California.”
Jackob P. is a singer/songwriter based in Israel.
In 2018 he founded the band ‘Indie Butterflies Dream’ and released 5 singles during 2019, when he also started broadcasting his own show, ‘Jack On The Rock’, on radio in France and available here, on Fantasy Radio UK every Saturday at 9PM GMT
Barry R Frankish is a Paranormal Researcher, based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
He has had an interest in the Paranormal for most of his life, and has had a number of unusual and unexplained experiences which have fuelled his interest. He researches the experiences of others, based on accounts passed on to him as well as through accounts he has read; he classes himself as an “open-minded sceptic”, never dismissing experiences but always looking for every possible explanation. Recently, he has begun to move away from technologically based investigation methods, preferring to use “old-fashioned” forms of detecting paranormal phenomenon.
Barry is a co-host on the award-winning Pure Paranormal Radio Show, and is currently writing a non-fiction book on ghost and spirit activity.
Tom began his paranormal journey at the age of ten, when he received a book regarding the Enfield poltergeist from his Uncle. From that moment he knew his passion and love affair for the strange and sub normal had captured his interest and pure enlightenment, for areas which range from poltergeist’s to ufo’s.
Over the years, Tom has worked with ghost hunting companies, local groups, and lone investigators; He has also written articles on the subject for some of the biggest paranormal magazines in the world which include, Phenomena magazine, Supernatural magazine, Beyond Parazine and others.
Having travelled up and down the country investigating claims of the paranormal, being interviewed for radio and newspapers his views and opinions have led him to give talks about subjects on the paranormal.
Tom also hosts the award winning Pure Paranormal Show which has seen the show conduct live broadcasts from ghosts hunting events up and down the country, including the two day convention at the beautiful Cressing temple barns.
I started playing Djing & Playing Music at a very young age.
Originaly started as a dancer. Moving fast forward My Radio Career started around early 90’s.
Been collecting Vinyls 70s. Soul, Jazz ,Funk, Reggae, Loversrock, Pop etc basically I just love Music that moves the mind Body heart & Soul.
Would say Right Now well known for Pushing Various styles of Independents Beats, R&B/Grooves, Slowjams Unsigned Artists & Introduction to the unknown. Also had the Pleasure of Interviewing a few Great USA artists such as Conya Doss, Tl Shilder, Teri Tobin, Nikkole, Ida Divine, J Red, Toni Redd, Corry Robinson. Ty Juan, Mike De’cole, Tracy Cruze Bashiyra The-Voice + More
Rufus Maher is a DJ originally from North London but now based in the West Midlands. Starting out in hospital radio before working his way up to Social Media Guy & Executive Committee Member before joining Fantasy Radio (Saturdays 5pm-7pm).
He loves & plays most music & his show is fused together with his unique view on the World. His Mother said it best when she said:
“He’s perfect for radio, he’s always been playing music & talking s##t.”
If he wasn’t here doing ‘The Social Mix’ he’d be in his living room doing a show to an audience of only his Wife.
DJ Kroakster (AKA Andy watt), been DJ’n since the 80’s.
I have a vast collection of 40’s, 50’s, 60’s & 70’s music.. I have been collecting for nearly 50yrs.
Started out in my hometown of Leith (Edinburgh), gigging local pubs, Now retired and through my love of music, Getting into Broadcasting.
Matt Kitchin (aka DJKay) had been a DJ in the club scene for over a decade.
After leaving the nightclubs behind after the birth of his daughter Matt turned his self taught skills to produce set mixes for his Mixcloud page & created a Melbourne Bounce mix that made it to number 20 in the Mixcloud chart.
His time in nightclubs has given him a range of abilities mixing many genres of music but is primarily a House & Bounce DJ. His new show House To House is his first venture into live radio & will showcase some top House remixes of songs wHe all know and will get you up out of your seat.
Name: Reginald Lee Smith
Born: October 14th 1969
Rapp’N Rex, Disco Bee, Boss, Smif Don, Mr. Smif, Lastbboy.
Reggie started as a young fan of Hip Hop and Rap after hearing Run DMC for the first time. He got stared in music in 1983 where he worked for free at W.E.B.B 1360AM in Baltimore Maryland as a stock boy for on air DJs doing small jobs at the age of 14years old.
He later became a young mix consultant at promotional events and learned the basic engineering skills from Charm City legends like Chuck Nazz, Frank Ski, Mack James and DJ Hoogie Rock.
As time went on, Reggie also got the opportunity to work with other Baltimore Radio Legends like DJ Reggie Reg, (RIP) and DK K-Swift (RIP). Later in his life, Reggie worked with Power 99.9 (NC) as a track editor and mix engineer for three different personalities. In 1987 Reffie Smith was signed to Sony Records as an up and coming Hip Hop artist. No songs were ever released due to contract issues but Reggie has retained all legal rights to his pre-recorded music.
Reggie served 25year in the Army as a communications specialist and retired in 2013 as an Army First Sergeant. During his army tenure, Reffie was able to further hone his Deejay skills by creating and selling mix tapes and playing different clubs in each place he was stationed.
He played clubs in Maryland, Pennsylvannia, Virgina, North Carolina, Hawaii, Missouri, Kansas, Tennessee and Georgia. Reggie has even sold mix tapes and played for clubs in South Korea, Germany, Budapest, Turkey, Paris and Bangkok.
Even though Reggie loves all brands of music, his favourite is Hip Hop, Rap, R&B.
Reggie was given his nickname ‘The Boss’ by a close friend and then group body guard, James ‘BIG JAY’ Wright (NYC) (RIP). He used to say that Reggie always took charge of every musical situation like it was his own project. So he teased him by calling him The Boss.
The Last BBoy is pretty much his old school style of music, in both mixing and rapping, long before B.Boys were spinning on their heads, but the time when they stodd in the clubs and on stage with their arms folded.
Reggies style of mixing music is truly original and if you love music, the Last BBoy, Reggie Smith ‘The Boss’ will never let you down.
Coming from the U.K DjaySteve has a similar profile to David Rodigan, in that he is just 10 months
older than David, was first smitten by reggae upon hearing Millie Small’s “My Boy Lollipop,”
when the record hit #2 in the U.K charts in 1964. Then in May 1973, DjaySteve was also present at the
same time as David when the Wailers, as they were then, appeared in one their first London gigs at
The Greyhound in London’s Fulham Palace Rd.
There the similarity ends as David has enjoyed a richly deserved career as the U.K’s top
ambassador for the genre.
DjaySteve was part of the 60’s U.K youth movement that embraced Jamaican music in general and
the Trojan label in particular. From there his love of the music endured for the rest of his life.
He was a DJ in Croydon, South London, during the early ’80s but spent most of his life devoting his
time to his family whilst steadily adding to his record collection.
For DjaySteve like most other DJ’s on internet radio stations, the internet was a game-changer,
making it possible for anyone with a mic and the right software to broadcast from home.
DjaySteve started broadcasting his KarmaReggaeShow on GalaxyGold Radio in 2012 and has been
credited by a number of artists through the popularity of his shows with giving them a lift in their
careers they otherwise might not have had.
DjaySteve then had his show syndicated to OneHarmonyRadio London and the now-defunct
ReggaeVibes.co.uk which he part-owned.
In 2013, DjaySteve became the manager of German reggae artist, Roots Queen, but despite having
guided her record “Feeling Free,” to chart success in New York and Florida in the U.S as well as
the U.K, management for him was not a happy experience and he subsequently quit the business for
a number of years returning in 2019 with a new show on several other stations.
But no sooner had he returned than ill-health struck him down and he was again absent for the rest
of that year, returning once again in early 2020 with his website www.reggaeshoutout.com which
also houses his current show once it has been broadcast on the host stations.
During those short periods of recent broadcasting many more artists have enjoyed more exposure
from his promotion of their music on his shows, through his top 10 hit list, and he says that this
response more than anything else gives him the utmost pleasure to be in the music.
If You Like DjaySteves Shows He Is Available For Bookings With His Reggae Revival Shows
Guaranteed To Have Any Reggae Crowd Singing And Dancing. Ph: +447508181208
I was lucky getting my break whilst djing in a mates bar in Kavos in 1990 from where I spent the next 10 years Island hopping between, Tenerife, Faliraki and Ibiza amongst others, always watching and learning from other djs on the circuit at the time.