Jase Dub started as a DJ giggin venues across the UK and eventually ending up as a guest DJ for P&O Cruises. He's worked on numerous Radio Stations and for the last few years, he's been blasting the internet airwaves live and direct from his famous Studio Bar.
Born and raised in Weston-super-Mare, Jason is well known for his adventures, climbing mountains, running marathons, and cycling across Europe in endurance races. Music is his passion when he's not on the trails camping in remote places he has more stories to tell than a storyteller.
Iggy proudly owns the memory of a goldfish & been involved in music for as long as he can remember.
From sneaking backstage after gigs when he was a kid, to touring the country as a roadie for bands during the Britpop days. After the dust settled from that he lived in a bus playing drums on the touring circuit.
Like everyone else (I hope) as a kid, I would sit in my bedroom, radio blaring out those songs that mean so much, Yellin into my hairbrush microphone and strumming my tennis racquet guitar.
Nearly six decades later, I still can't get a decent tune out of the racquet and the hairbrush still makes my voice sound screechy.
Kyle’s gran was born in Somerset so he feels right at home in Weston, even though he was born in Cape Town and grew up in the former Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). He and his wife have lived in Weston’s “Whitecross Village” area of South Ward since 2005, from where he works in online media for a global non-profit.
Pete Seaton, Music Archivist, Music, TV & Radio collector (and know it all), formerly from Weston-super-Mare, now resides on the Causeway Coast Riviera Of Northern Ireland, Pete worked alongside Kaleidoscope and published a Top of the pops book, it is said Pete has a very wide encyclopedic knowledge.
Dave has been a DJ and compere since the 80's spreading the word of all things Rockin. He covers all the genres of Rock n Roll, Blues, R&B, Doo-Wop, Honky Tonk Commercial, Western swing, and Rockabilly.