I’ve always loved live music and going to see bands.
For 15 years, I produced a Gig Guide for the local area to encourage other folk to go and see live music too.
I once got asked to write gig reviews for a national blues magazine which I did for a few years covering Maryport and Carlisle Blues Festivals.
I started to play the saxophone in my 40’s and formed a band, we had some great times playing in local pubs and we once won the Battle of the Bands Competition at Maryport where the prize was an opening gig at the Blues Festival.
What I’m playing on St Bees Community Radio is a selection of tracks of different styles and genres, played in different styles and genres from the original, mostly orchestral, jazz, country, pop and reggae versions of rock tracks.
Some are brilliant, one or two are dire, but they all appeal to my warped sense of musical taste!
The inspiration for all this goes to Dave Morgan after he told me that he hated Country Music, so I made him a CD of some tracks that were country songs done differently. He did admit to liking it!
I’m excited to be joining St Bees Radio on Sunday 1st August. I’ll be taking over the 3pm to 5pm slot. I’m a disco and funky house, vinyl only DJ. I’ve been playing on NDC Radio for nearly a year now and have 100-200k listeners to my show each week. This is bar far the […]
Paula Frost is a London based DJ spinning punk and reggae music and writing dance tunes with a drum & bass twist. In the past year she has headlined a show at Camden Roundhouse, flew to Sri Lanka to DJ New Year’s Eve, and played parties at Manchester Art Gallery and 40 other venues all […]