Legendary Pirate DJs, including Johnnie Walker, Emperor Rosko, Dave Cash plus other former pirate jocks will be playing early evening and late sessions every night between and during the live music in the dedicated chill out and dance bars.
- Dave Cash is a veteran British radio presenter who works for BBC Radio Kent, having had previous spells at Radio London, BBC Radio 1, Capital Radio, Radio West, Country 1035 and PrimeTime Radio. Cash was born in Bushey, and grew up in London. He began his career in broadcasting in Canada, where he had gone with ... Read more
- It is Rosko who is heard introducing soul singer Otis Redding, as well as encouraging the crowd to chant and spell his name on Redding’s album Live in Europe, in 1967. Emperor Rosko, born Michael Joseph Pasternak, is the son of Hollywood film producer Joe Pasternak. He was influenced in his career choice by KYA Radio ... Read more
- Johnnie Walker from Hampton-in-Arden, near Birmingham, he was born Peter Dingley on 30th March 1945. After leaving Solihull public school at the age of 15, he worked as a second-hand car salesman and disco DJ under the name “Peter Dee.” He joined “Swinging” Radio England at its start in May 1966 but was told he ... Read more