|Birth Day||June 24, 1951|
|Birth Place||Hanover, Germany|
|Age||69 YEARS OLD|
Award-winning reggae DJ and radio presenter who became known on stations such as BBC Radio London, BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Corp), Capital 95.8, and Kiss 100. He was inducted into the Sony Radio Academy Hall of Fame in 2005. He has won the the MBE for his services to broadcasting in 2012 as well as several Sony Radio Academy Gold Awards.
He started DJing during lunch breaks once a week in the gym at Gosford Hill School in Kidlington, Oxford when he was 15.
He won the 2012 World Clash Re-Set contest, which is the highest honor in reggae culture.
He was born on a military base in Haover, Germany.
His passion for reggae music originated from watching singer Millie Small perform her hit "My Bob Lollipop" as a young boy.