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Motown, Northern Soul and Classic Soul Christmas Party on Saturday 15th December 2018
Mike Eskins- Mike is an experienced Soul DJ and promoter of events in Gloucestershire and the wider Midlands area. His regular Gloucester All-nighter is a well-established event in the Northern Soul scene in addition to the ever-popular soul events at Wotton Hall. Mikes origins go back to the 60’s Mod era. He also has a huge and much respected vinyl record collection.
Pete French from Cheltenham. A well-known DJ on the Northern Soul, Motown and Soul scene. Pete is a National DJ as well as a promoter of events in Gloucestershire. He too has an extensive vinyl record collection.
Sammy Dee from Birmingham. Sammy is another experienced DJ on the Soul scene. He is also a former Northern Soul dancer and judge and has featured in various films and TV programmes relating to the Soul Scene. Most recently, in conjunction with Mike Eskins and Fritz Fryer, he’s been playing tunes at a Solihull Town Centre venue which is rapidly becoming regular date in the Solihull Soul calendar
Craig Birchall originally from Manchester and now living in Cheltenham. An experienced DJ who works closely with Mike Eskins and Pete French delivering vinyl only nights throughout the greater midlands area.
Fritz Fryer is a Solihull born soul music lover who has started promoting Northern Soul and Motown nights in his home town. In his own words ‘’there is nowhere in the area running events which cater for soul music fans, so I thought I’d have a go myself”. After striking up a friendship with Mike Eskins they are slowly, but very surely, building up a loyal following of…………..Nice People
Music Genres: Soul
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