DJ Jammy is a lover of music. Jammy started out playing music in the mid 1980’s for basement parties, then advanced to a medium size sound system in Brooklyn NY in the late 80’s to early 90’s. Jammy started in internet radio during the early years of internet radio. Jammy features new and established artists via live interviews. Jammy is dedicated in bringing you the best in lovers, and concious reggae and dancehall.
Tuesdays 11pm to 2am and Thursdays 11pm to 3am UK time
Father T lives and breathe music. From an early age he was introduced to sound systems by 2 uncles.He then went on to start building a sound with his brother but that never took off. I was involved in starting a youth club at school called Canterbury in Birmingham and that grew to be a place of enjoyment. Music has always been my passion and I would play at parties and had a couple residency in a couple of clubs in Portsmouth back in the 80’s. Fast forward first stint was on a pirate station. Later on I was to join forces with my brother and build our sound Squad54. Music is my life.
The newest and youngest member of King Lion Soundz, Dj Rich is a very versatile and talented selector born and raised in Brooklyn, Ny. He has performed in various venues in New York, Connecticut, Washington DC, Orlando, Miami and other cities in the US. He has also had the opportunity to perform in two clubs in Amsterdam and Japan. Weekly he will have special guest artists on his show to conduct an interview in the later hours of his show. Catch him playing live every Monday on the King Lion Caribbean Showcase from 4pm-7pm (USA) and 9pm to midnight (UK).
Chris’ experimented with sound system when he was at school in Kingston. His first gig was in Jamaica in 1985, with a sound called Soul Symphony Disco. Chris earned the title “Goldfinger” after playing in St. Catherine, Jamaica one night and mixing two totally different records to make one incredible beat
Apart from touring extensively worldwide, Chris has been a reggae ambassador in The Gambia and has been requested by the government of the country to perform there annually at their Roots homecoming festival.
Musician, producer, DJ, promoter, and CEO of Team Gorilla Music and TGM Radio Deenie Ranks hails out of London Uk, When not performing, he spends his time in the studio creating his own music… Having spent many years playing at all of the major local night clubs, holding multiple residencies, DJ-ing special events and promoting his own shows, Deenie has had a lot of time to develop his sound. For him, it’s all about mood and hypnotic groove… playing those tracks that get you tapping your feet and nodding your head without you Realising it regardless of genre, tempo, style, or release date. Please join me Wednesday’s 5pm – 7pm Gmt for “Big Deal Wednesday’s”
Reggie Smith started in music in 1983 where he worked at W.E.B.B. 1360AM in Baltimore Maryland as a stock boy for on air DJs and later as a young mix consultant at promotional events. Reggie Smith served 25yrs in the U.S. Army and retired in 2013. Even though he loves all brand of music, except for country, Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B Reggae has always remand his favorite genera’s. Reggie’s style of mixing music is truly original and if you love music like you think you do, The Last Bboy, Reggie Smith “The Boss” will never let you down
Every Sunday catch DJ Double Barrel as he takes you on a journey of Jamaican influenced music from the 60’s through present time. As an avid collector of Jamaican and soul 45’s for over 25 years, DJ Double Barrel has held residencies in DC, Las Vegas and Austin, TX as well as playing soul all-nighters in cities such as Chicago, Milwaukee, LA and NYC. From the roots of reggae to the up and comers of classic Jamaican sound from all over the globe, you’re sure to hear something new every week