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Christmas eve 2016 The Blue Anchor SE16
Come and see the MASTER at work lol
2011 was a great year for gigs apart from the fact that it was the first time I didn’t have a booking on New Years Eve, which was the first time since 79. New years eve 2011 was spent at the O2 Arena with Kasabian and gigs during 2011 were very few and far between but also very special and top notch, including functions at the Hilton Hotel and a great wedding at the Bickley Manor Hotel which meant that I didnt appear at ”The Event” in 2011.
Highlight of the year was a wedding in Italy on Lake Como which was very classy. I love the fact I can travel the world with my music collection on a laptop and mp3 players and play the type of music that you might expect back home. This year I am looking forward to more special parties, to book Noel go to the contact page and you will find everything you need to get in touch.
Some of the music industries finest entertainers have been lucky enough to share the same stage as Bermondseys number one DJ, here is a list of those lucky lucky people.
The Proclaimers, Chris Difford (Squeeze), Glen Tilbrooke (Squeeze), Paul Carrick (Mike and the mechanics), Bill Wyman’s Rythym kings (Rolling Stones), Chas n Dave (Rabbit, Aint no pleasing you), Dave Edmunds (Girls talk, I hear you knocking), The Real Thing (You to me are everything), Rose Royce (Car wash, wishing on a star), Heatwave (Boogie nights, always and forever), The Blockheads (Hit me with your rythym stick), Darts (Duke of earl), Geno Washington, Alexander O’Neal (Saturday love), Joe Brown (I’ll see you in my dreams), Michael Barrymore, Jamie Archer (X Factor), Nine Below Zero, The Bachelors, The Camden Cowboys, Albert Lee, Wee Willie Harris, Stacey Solomon and Andy abraham (X Factor) Rose Marie
And hopefully many more in the coming years
THE BERMONDSEY CARNIVAL 2012
Saturday June 2nd was the day Bermondsey came alive bigtime, from miday till 8pm fantastic entertainment rained down on the local people, local band the Hazeltones done a very tidy set of covers and were swiftly followed by the Abba tribute band ‘Abba forever’ who done a great job belting out Dancing queen.Waterloo, Mama mia and many others
Alevander ONeal headlined the carnival and played a set wich included ‘Criticize’ ‘What is this thing called love’ and ‘Fake’ , the only disapointment his hour set was shortaned to 45 mins as he had another gig in Surrey, I played the final half hour and the crowd happily danced to Barry White, Bobby Brown, and Alison Limerick , I think they enjoyed my efforts.
All public gigs will appear in this section providing the sponsor wants the general public to attend, for example a pub party to celebrate St George’s day.
All private gigs will NOT appear in this section as the event is likely to be invitation only, for example a wedding reception.
BERMONDSEYS NUMBER ONE DJ IS AVAILABLE FOR BOOKINGS AT THIS TIME go to the CONTACT page for usefull contact details.
Bruce Springsteen at Hyde Park London July 14th I’ll be there will you ? here is a track from his new album, this great song is called ‘We take care of our own’ ENJOY