|PAUL TROUBLE ANDERSON
Born in North London, but spent most of his
childhood in Gloucester. An keen sportsman with a passion for
football, played for Charlton youth, Tottenham youth and Middlesex
County and run for Haringey athletics.
He used to dance in the pre-mixing days, and still does in the box,
he hurdle over the decks, boogie down and jump back in just in time
to cue the next record.
George is an inspirational figure for many of the
countries top DJs, from the likes of Norman Jay (M.B.E.) and Paul
"Trouble" Anderson through to Trevor Nelson (M.B.E.) and Gilles
In 1973 George realised that his real love was with music and began
working as a Disc Jockey in well-known clubs in and around London -
he soon became established as a leading DJ. He was approached by one
of the first unlicensed soul stations, Invicta Radio, in 1978 and
accepted their offer of air time on a regular basis which resulted
in his nomination as a top radio presenter.
FITZROY DA BUZZBOY
Vastly underrated, yet well-respected Fitzroy has
been a turntableist spinning jazz funk soul and the “bad boy boogie”
Fitzroy’s played music as an extension of how he’s danced, with
improvisation & spontaneity! He regularly worked the “rare groove”
circuit alongside some of his mentors; DJ’s Cleveland Anderson, Paul
‘Trouble’ Anderson, and George Power.
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