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Boot Boy Ska Show
Based: South East UK
Geoff has been a stalwart of ska since he first hatched out of a can of Baked Beans. In his youth he decided that to fit in with the rest of the beans he would shave his head, previously supporting a large beehive, and put on a pair of boots, which has mother had finally finished knitting.
In 1792 Geoff, playing on a lute, discovered that if he lied about being out of time with the rest of the band, but said he was playing on the offbeat, could get away with the whole concept of practicing.
Jah Full Of Reggae
Based: South East UK
Adam is the youngest person in the UK to receive scrambled eggs through the post. After saving the Queens life in a freak accident whilst attending the World Hot Dog Eating Championship, she asked him if he would like to choose from a lifetime pension or a becoming the owner of all the swans in her kingdom.
Adam spends his time listening to music as diverse as the theme tune from Panorama to the theme tune of his own life, which constantly plays audibly through reverse ear trumpets.
Skatones & Reggae 2 With Alan Townson: The Creator
Based: Peacehaven, UK
Alan Townson: the Creator
Just a few words to introduce myself, my name is Alan Townson from South London, now living in Brighton. I have been a skinhead since i can remember. I love the skinhead scene and the culture, I see myself as an inbetween skinhead from the first generation of Ska to the second generation 2 Tone phenomena.The music and culture has played a huge part of my life
I play all Reggae, Ska and 2 Tone and I believe in keeping the music and culture going. I am now ass AKA The Creator of Skatones and Reggae 2
Catflea Massacre Ska & Reggae Show
Based: North West UK
Theres is not much that Mr Massacre, as he likes to be known, doesn’t know about holes in socks. Over a period of seventeen years he has climbed both in and out of 347 individual pairs. In a moment of lucidity he quickly explained ‘I’m looking for the ultimate off beat’.
During his downtime he enjoys floating on bowls of custard. This meditative style is practiced through out his own family, as they can be found watching television whilst they stir each other with bespoke designed over large spoons.
Ska-ing the West Country with Darren Worrow
Suppose I’m the “creative” type, all I know is my childhood dream of being a cartoonist has warped somewhat over the eons. I achieved it when I produced my own anthology comic; a decade wasted. Reinvented myself as an author; a few books self-published, receiving fair reviews despite a lack of grammar, if you looked really hard there was a joke in some.
I was only ever a window-shopper with music. Love it, live for it, can’t hold a note, can’t play an instrument, I guess DJ is the only way to express my affection for it, but I shy at nothing, save eggnog. That is why I’m blessed that Boot Boy Radio stupidly gave me chance, and Ska-ing the West Country is now a thing. Means I can play my favourite tunes, say silly things, and generally mess about; story of my life.
Reggae Mood With Deano DJ
Based: London, UK
I’m a full time DJ with over 20 years experience working in the music industry. I thoroughly enjoy my job and am equally enthusiastic working at smaller functions as I am at larger corporate & sporting events.
The corporate clients I have recently been contracted by includes: NFL, BBC, IBM, Floating Festivals, Eurosport to name a few, but with all this said, my personal passion and love is for Reggae Music; given a choice any chance to play.
Dub Master Pops
Based: Birmingham, UK
Johnny Alan Dowling
Experience of 30 years as Sound Engineer & professional music producer contributing to an array of professional bands and musicians worldwide, mixing.. lighting technician and stage production management.
In 1994 I moved to Jamaica to run Bob Marley’s studio for Ali Campbell, having the pleasure of working and recording with some of the best reggae artist in the world such as. Jimmy Cliff, John Holt, Toots, etc. and also living legend Keith Richards.
Boots N Braces With DJ Moldie
Based: Dudley, UK
I started DJ-ing in 1999 and promoting the same year.
I soon rose up the ranks and within two years had residencies at all-dayers, nighters and weekenders.
The collecting got out of hand and had to slow down, however radio work soon followed and so did DJ appearances all over the UK and abroad
Northern Soul & Motown With DJ Leekie
Based: Walsall, UK
I’m 63 year old, full time steering wheel manager with the Hotel Scania dept. and part time wanna-be DJ. I’ve been into music since the mid 60’s, although I missed out on the Twisted Wheel, I did manage a few trips to the Torch. Brownhills Youth Club opened me up to Soul and Mod music and then progressing onto Reggae.
My love in music is Northern Soul, Ska and Mod 60’s sounds and after recently returning to the decks, I have played at a few local venue’s and a couple of charity events further afield.
Based: Northeast Pennsylvania US
Phil Duckworth & Rick Cornejo
Phil, a veteran podcaster hails from Canada originally, and has been a fan of the genre for decades. He can benchpress a small bear, useful in Pennsylvania.
Rick, from the woods of New Jersey, has been listening to ska since before he knew what ska was and lends his taste and unique perspective. David Beckham once spat at Rick and his friends for their taunts during a MLS match.
Both Phil and Rick love a wide variety of music styles, good beer and can often be found at music festivals.
Nashska with Roy Nash
I’m Roy from NASHSKA. I have been in and around the Skinhead and Ska scene for as long as I can remember as it first hit me when I was about 13 years old.
Been DJing for around ten years now and love Boss/Skinhead Reggae as well as 2 Tone and all the other aspects of ska.
Love the scene and love entertaining people.
Presenter of Sue’s Sounds. On the show I choose a theme each week and all the songs are to do with that theme. I enjoying bringing you a diverse play list and all within the genres of Bluebeat, Ska, Reggae and the Two Tone genres.
So join me for a different way of listening to music, see if you can guess some of the songs from the theme of that week.
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