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 FDR Studio, Hackney Wick, London, E.9

e-mail: [email protected] Tel:+447479757651


Fuzzy Dee born in Edmonton 1959, in North London, and has had a long involvement in the music business which began at the age of 13, together with a number of friends (six members), he built and ran a “sound system” called Jah Scorpio which was based in North London, all this began in 1973, they played at parties, dances, and special community events, building up a considerable reputation in the community. The lads remained together in the sound for 12 years, by which time he had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. Fuzzy dee became renound for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection. In 1979 fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene as he wanted to branch out into different areas of music, he help to form a group called the Mission Band with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) fuzzy dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals, the band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool; a lot of experience came from travelling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984, at this stage he decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College, in Camden town N.19 where he obtained a business city & guilds certificate in radio/TV 224 course in 1979.

Whilst studying at college in 1981, fuzzy dee went into business with he’s brother to form partnership known as Zak & Dee productions. The companies main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in the strand London WC 2. The objective was to provide talented youths in the community with an opportunity to perform to large audiences and promote up and coming artistes and judged by a panel of Celebrities. The talent contest (an original X factor show) which held the starting point for some of the 80’s and 90’s leading pop stars, 'Biz' formerly a three member group rise to Yazz who is now a predominate figure in the pop world, 'Street jammers' included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music black presenter. A dance group called ‘Finesse’ was later to become better known as singing group 'Pasadena’s'. In 1991 Fuzzy Dee was involved with a promotional company called High Society who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, fuzzy dee was playing the role of stage manager. Going back towards the end of 1981, fuzzy dee and he's brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mayson, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founder members of the Radio free station LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio) on weekdays, this broadcasted on 92.5fm for nine and a half years.

Fuzzy Dee being one of the original founded members of the radio station, he played the dual role management, dj /audio engineer in the studio & live outside broadcast and presented shows from 1981-89. “I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR” The Trailblazers roll call……. Mark Mason, Wayne Turner(R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and names of the back room staff who helped keep LWR alive, Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger ”srog”, Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sister’s Kyei Adeline, Jennifer & bro’s Joe, James and dj Maxi LX the lead singer of faceless, former LWR presenter and house music officnado Jazzy M the World of house and garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, Jazzy M single handedly introduced and promoted this music genre to the masses through the station. Jazzy M now is presenting shows on “Ministry of sound’s” digital station a true legend.

LWR also has a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984; our clients included Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, (Derrick Boland 1959-2009 R.I.P) Tim Westwood and the Voice newspaper amongst others. Our past projects have included Gwen G Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn concert tours in Finsbury Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st”annual Black Hair Design & Style” also the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), which today is known as the MOBO’s under new management. On Saturday 14th December 1991 High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time The Jones Girls, nights over England with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies, at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road London this occasion was truly special, deep gratitude is also extended to Choice fm and Kiss fm for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success. Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way, amid the presentation for individual achievement, invited on this list was Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright, this is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from UK and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.

RADIO STATION I HAVE WORKED ON

FDR Studio.net……………………………………………….………2009 – present day.

H CITY RADIO……………………………………………….………………….2007 – 2008.

SOURCE 102.8fm………………………………………………………..…….2006 – 2007.

KOOL 1124am / 107.9fm…………………………………………….……2005 – 2006.

URBAN FRESH 96.1fm………………………………………………...……2003 – 2005.

PARDICE FM (Cable London Network)…………………….….…....2001 – 2003.

TOWN FM (CH: 10-22) Cable London Network…………….....…1998 – 2001.

BUZZ 93 FM (under the name of STEVE JOHNSON)……..…….1995 – 1998.

PEOPLE CHOICE 107.4 fm.…(For 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 95)

WNK Radio 103.3fm………………………………………………...............1992 – 1995.

LWR 92.5fm (My first start into radio, founder member)...…1980 – 1992.

In 1989 Fuzzy Dee went on to do some voluntary radio presenting, where he produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green N.22 from June 1992- March 1995 also presented show's on community radio station in Harlesden NW.10 called Peoples Choice 107.4 fm for 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 1995, on the Cable London network saw Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM from April 1997-Sept 2000, playing reggae music on weds & Sun's. LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast lwrradio.com you can now find fuzzy dee back on i-Juice 92.1fm and internet on FDR radio which is now broadcasting on www.fdrstudio.net on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.

In the 80’s Fuzzy dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- DB Krew with there first LP. Unto Yourself Be True, if you go to Soundcloud

https://.user-502502506/.creator-of-the-world and please listen to track: Creator of the world he also recorded and produced artist: Sister Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz, Robbie Taylor all on an Album called: Fuzzy ‘’D’’ & Likeminded Friends meet.

vol: 1-4. 1992 – 1994.

In 2003 SDN Productions, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee pro and arr album: In the name of religion with artist: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids: Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun.

In June 2000 fuzzy dee become a member of the roots reggae band Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes and we are one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system, the shanti-ites band consists of six members, Blood shanti (Drummer & Lead vocals), kojac (lead guitar & Lead vocals), Henry (keyboards), fuzzy dee (studio & live engineer) since the death of our bass player Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are still looking for a bass player at the moment we have Jahmel playing (bass) and cyrus (keyboards) from the Rasites as a stand in we play predominantly dub/roots reggae and praise Jah the Almighty who bless one and all. www.falasharecordings.com

Many Thanks…….…….......FUZZY DEE



The Birth of Fuzzy Dee


Fuzzy Dee, born in Edmonton, North London in 1959 has had a long involvement in the music business starting at age 13. In 1973, together with six of his friends, he built and ran Jah Scorpio, a sound system based in North London. Playing at parties, dances and special community events, they built up a considerable reputation in the community. They remained together for 12 years, by which time Fuzzy Dee had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. He became renowned for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection.


In 1979, Fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene to branch out into different areas of music. He helped form The Mission Band, a group with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) and Fuzzy Dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals. The band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool. A lot of experience came from traveling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984 when Fuzzy Dee decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College in Camden Town where he obtained a Business City & Guilds Certificate in Radio/TV 224.


Zak & Dee Productions


In 1981, whilst studying at college, Fuzzy Dee went into business with his brother to form a partnership known as Zak & Dee Productions. The company's main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in The Strand. The objective was to provide an opportunity for talented youths in the community to perform for large audiences and be judged by a panel of Celebrities. The Contest, an original model for The X Factor© and similar shows was a starting point for some of the leading pop stars of the 80's and 90's. Acts like 'Yazz' (formerly a three member group called Biz), 'Street Jammers', which  included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Black presenter on Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music.


The show was also a starting point for dance groups like 'Finesse' (later to become better known as the Pop group,  'The Pasadenas') and many more.


The LWR Years


In 1981, Fuzzy Dee was involved as a stage manager with High Society, a promotional company who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, Night Over England. He and his brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mason, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founding members of the Radio Free station, LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio). LWR broadcasted on weekdays on 92.5FM for nine and a half years.


Being one of the original founding members, Fuzzy Dee played the roles of Management, In-studio DJ, Audio engineer, Broadcast Engineer and Presenter from 1981-89.


LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast (lwrradio.com).


Volunteer Work


In 1989, Fuzzy Dee went on to do voluntary radio presenting. He produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green from June 1992 - March 1995.


In June, 1995, he presented shows on Peoples Choice 107.4 FM, a community radio station based in Harlesden.


Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM a London Cable Network from April 1997 - Sept 2000, playing reggae music on Wednesdays & Sundays.






You can now find Fuzzy Dee back on i-Juice 92.1FM and online at FDR Studio (www.fdrstudio.net) on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.


 FDR Studio, Hackney Wick, London, E.9

e-mail: [email protected] Tel:+447479757651


Fuzzy Dee born in Edmonton 1959, in North London, and has had a long involvement in the music business which began at the age of 13, together with a number of friends (six members), he built and ran a “sound system” called Jah Scorpio which was based in North London, all this began in 1973, they played at parties, dances, and special community events, building up a considerable reputation in the community. The lads remained together in the sound for 12 years, by which time he had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. Fuzzy dee became renound for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection. In 1979 fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene as he wanted to branch out into different areas of music, he help to form a group called the Mission Band with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) fuzzy dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals, the band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool; a lot of experience came from travelling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984, at this stage he decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College, in Camden town N.19 where he obtained a business city & guilds certificate in radio/TV 224 course in 1979.

Whilst studying at college in 1981, fuzzy dee went into business with he’s brother to form partnership known as Zak & Dee productions. The companies main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in the strand London WC 2. The objective was to provide talented youths in the community with an opportunity to perform to large audiences and promote up and coming artistes and judged by a panel of Celebrities. The talent contest (an original X factor show) which held the starting point for some of the 80’s and 90’s leading pop stars, 'Biz' formerly a three member group rise to Yazz who is now a predominate figure in the pop world, 'Street jammers' included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music black presenter. A dance group called ‘Finesse’ was later to become better known as singing group 'Pasadena’s'. In 1991 Fuzzy Dee was involved with a promotional company called High Society who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, fuzzy dee was playing the role of stage manager. Going back towards the end of 1981, fuzzy dee and he's brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mayson, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founder members of the Radio free station LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio) on weekdays, this broadcasted on 92.5fm for nine and a half years.

Fuzzy Dee being one of the original founded members of the radio station, he played the dual role management, dj /audio engineer in the studio & live outside broadcast and presented shows from 1981-89. “I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR” The Trailblazers roll call……. Mark Mason, Wayne Turner(R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and names of the back room staff who helped keep LWR alive, Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger ”srog”, Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sister’s Kyei Adeline, Jennifer & bro’s Joe, James and dj Maxi LX the lead singer of faceless, former LWR presenter and house music officnado Jazzy M the World of house and garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, Jazzy M single handedly introduced and promoted this music genre to the masses through the station. Jazzy M now is presenting shows on “Ministry of sound’s” digital station a true legend.

LWR also has a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984; our clients included Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, (Derrick Boland 1959-2009 R.I.P) Tim Westwood and the Voice newspaper amongst others. Our past projects have included Gwen G Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn concert tours in Finsbury Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st”annual Black Hair Design & Style” also the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), which today is known as the MOBO’s under new management. On Saturday 14th December 1991 High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time The Jones Girls, nights over England with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies, at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road London this occasion was truly special, deep gratitude is also extended to Choice fm and Kiss fm for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success. Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way, amid the presentation for individual achievement, invited on this list was Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright, this is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from UK and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.

RADIO STATION I HAVE WORKED ON

FDR Studio.net……………………………………………….………2009 – present day.

H CITY RADIO……………………………………………….………………….2007 – 2008.

SOURCE 102.8fm………………………………………………………..…….2006 – 2007.

KOOL 1124am / 107.9fm…………………………………………….……2005 – 2006.

URBAN FRESH 96.1fm………………………………………………...……2003 – 2005.

PARDICE FM (Cable London Network)…………………….….…....2001 – 2003.

TOWN FM (CH: 10-22) Cable London Network…………….....…1998 – 2001.

BUZZ 93 FM (under the name of STEVE JOHNSON)……..…….1995 – 1998.

PEOPLE CHOICE 107.4 fm.…(For 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 95)

WNK Radio 103.3fm………………………………………………...............1992 – 1995.

LWR 92.5fm (My first start into radio, founder member)...…1980 – 1992.

In 1989 Fuzzy Dee went on to do some voluntary radio presenting, where he produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green N.22 from June 1992- March 1995 also presented show's on community radio station in Harlesden NW.10 called Peoples Choice 107.4 fm for 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 1995, on the Cable London network saw Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM from April 1997-Sept 2000, playing reggae music on weds & Sun's. LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast lwrradio.com you can now find fuzzy dee back on i-Juice 92.1fm and internet on FDR radio which is now broadcasting on www.fdrstudio.net on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.

In the 80’s Fuzzy dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- DB Krew with there first LP. Unto Yourself Be True, if you go to Soundcloud

https://.user-502502506/.creator-of-the-world and please listen to track: Creator of the world he also recorded and produced artist: Sister Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz, Robbie Taylor all on an Album called: Fuzzy ‘’D’’ & Likeminded Friends meet.

vol: 1-4. 1992 – 1994.

In 2003 SDN Productions, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee pro and arr album: In the name of religion with artist: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids: Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun.

In June 2000 fuzzy dee become a member of the roots reggae band Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes and we are one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system, the shanti-ites band consists of six members, Blood shanti (Drummer & Lead vocals), kojac (lead guitar & Lead vocals), Henry (keyboards), fuzzy dee (studio & live engineer) since the death of our bass player Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are still looking for a bass player at the moment we have Jahmel playing (bass) and cyrus (keyboards) from the Rasites as a stand in we play predominantly dub/roots reggae and praise Jah the Almighty who bless one and all. www.falasharecordings.com

Many Thanks…….…….......FUZZY DEE



The Birth of Fuzzy Dee


Fuzzy Dee, born in Edmonton, North London in 1959 has had a long involvement in the music business starting at age 13. In 1973, together with six of his friends, he built and ran Jah Scorpio, a sound system based in North London. Playing at parties, dances and special community events, they built up a considerable reputation in the community. They remained together for 12 years, by which time Fuzzy Dee had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. He became renowned for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection.


In 1979, Fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene to branch out into different areas of music. He helped form The Mission Band, a group with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) and Fuzzy Dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals. The band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool. A lot of experience came from traveling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984 when Fuzzy Dee decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College in Camden Town where he obtained a Business City & Guilds Certificate in Radio/TV 224.


Zak & Dee Productions


In 1981, whilst studying at college, Fuzzy Dee went into business with his brother to form a partnership known as Zak & Dee Productions. The company's main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in The Strand. The objective was to provide an opportunity for talented youths in the community to perform for large audiences and be judged by a panel of Celebrities. The Contest, an original model for The X Factor© and similar shows was a starting point for some of the leading pop stars of the 80's and 90's. Acts like 'Yazz' (formerly a three member group called Biz), 'Street Jammers', which  included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Black presenter on Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music.


The show was also a starting point for dance groups like 'Finesse' (later to become better known as the Pop group,  'The Pasadenas') and many more.


The LWR Years


In 1981, Fuzzy Dee was involved as a stage manager with High Society, a promotional company who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, Night Over England. He and his brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mason, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founding members of the Radio Free station, LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio). LWR broadcasted on weekdays on 92.5FM for nine and a half years.


Being one of the original founding members, Fuzzy Dee played the roles of Management, In-studio DJ, Audio engineer, Broadcast Engineer and Presenter from 1981-89.


LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast (lwrradio.com).


Volunteer Work


In 1989, Fuzzy Dee went on to do voluntary radio presenting. He produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green from June 1992 - March 1995.


In June, 1995, he presented shows on Peoples Choice 107.4 FM, a community radio station based in Harlesden.


Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM a London Cable Network from April 1997 - Sept 2000, playing reggae music on Wednesdays & Sundays.






You can now find Fuzzy Dee back on i-Juice 92.1FM and online at FDR Studio (www.fdrstudio.net) on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.


 FDR Studio, Hackney Wick, London, E.9

e-mail: [email protected] Tel:+447479757651


Fuzzy Dee born in Edmonton 1959, in North London, and has had a long involvement in the music business which began at the age of 13, together with a number of friends (six members), he built and ran a “sound system” called Jah Scorpio which was based in North London, all this began in 1973, they played at parties, dances, and special community events, building up a considerable reputation in the community. The lads remained together in the sound for 12 years, by which time he had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. Fuzzy dee became renound for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection. In 1979 fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene as he wanted to branch out into different areas of music, he help to form a group called the Mission Band with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) fuzzy dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals, the band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool; a lot of experience came from travelling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984, at this stage he decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College, in Camden town N.19 where he obtained a business city & guilds certificate in radio/TV 224 course in 1979.

Whilst studying at college in 1981, fuzzy dee went into business with he’s brother to form partnership known as Zak & Dee productions. The companies main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in the strand London WC 2. The objective was to provide talented youths in the community with an opportunity to perform to large audiences and promote up and coming artistes and judged by a panel of Celebrities. The talent contest (an original X factor show) which held the starting point for some of the 80’s and 90’s leading pop stars, 'Biz' formerly a three member group rise to Yazz who is now a predominate figure in the pop world, 'Street jammers' included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music black presenter. A dance group called ‘Finesse’ was later to become better known as singing group 'Pasadena’s'. In 1991 Fuzzy Dee was involved with a promotional company called High Society who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, fuzzy dee was playing the role of stage manager. Going back towards the end of 1981, fuzzy dee and he's brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mayson, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founder members of the Radio free station LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio) on weekdays, this broadcasted on 92.5fm for nine and a half years.

Fuzzy Dee being one of the original founded members of the radio station, he played the dual role management, dj /audio engineer in the studio & live outside broadcast and presented shows from 1981-89. “I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR” The Trailblazers roll call……. Mark Mason, Wayne Turner(R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and names of the back room staff who helped keep LWR alive, Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger ”srog”, Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sister’s Kyei Adeline, Jennifer & bro’s Joe, James and dj Maxi LX the lead singer of faceless, former LWR presenter and house music officnado Jazzy M the World of house and garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, Jazzy M single handedly introduced and promoted this music genre to the masses through the station. Jazzy M now is presenting shows on “Ministry of sound’s” digital station a true legend.

LWR also has a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984; our clients included Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, (Derrick Boland 1959-2009 R.I.P) Tim Westwood and the Voice newspaper amongst others. Our past projects have included Gwen G Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn concert tours in Finsbury Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st”annual Black Hair Design & Style” also the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), which today is known as the MOBO’s under new management. On Saturday 14th December 1991 High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time The Jones Girls, nights over England with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies, at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road London this occasion was truly special, deep gratitude is also extended to Choice fm and Kiss fm for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success. Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way, amid the presentation for individual achievement, invited on this list was Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright, this is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from UK and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.

RADIO STATION I HAVE WORKED ON

FDR Studio.net……………………………………………….………2009 – present day.

H CITY RADIO……………………………………………….………………….2007 – 2008.

SOURCE 102.8fm………………………………………………………..…….2006 – 2007.

KOOL 1124am / 107.9fm…………………………………………….……2005 – 2006.

URBAN FRESH 96.1fm………………………………………………...……2003 – 2005.

PARDICE FM (Cable London Network)…………………….….…....2001 – 2003.

TOWN FM (CH: 10-22) Cable London Network…………….....…1998 – 2001.

BUZZ 93 FM (under the name of STEVE JOHNSON)……..…….1995 – 1998.

PEOPLE CHOICE 107.4 fm.…(For 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 95)

WNK Radio 103.3fm………………………………………………...............1992 – 1995.

LWR 92.5fm (My first start into radio, founder member)...…1980 – 1992.

In 1989 Fuzzy Dee went on to do some voluntary radio presenting, where he produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green N.22 from June 1992- March 1995 also presented show's on community radio station in Harlesden NW.10 called Peoples Choice 107.4 fm for 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 1995, on the Cable London network saw Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM from April 1997-Sept 2000, playing reggae music on weds & Sun's. LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast lwrradio.com you can now find fuzzy dee back on i-Juice 92.1fm and internet on FDR radio which is now broadcasting on www.fdrstudio.net on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.

In the 80’s Fuzzy dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- DB Krew with there first LP. Unto Yourself Be True, if you go to Soundcloud

https://.user-502502506/.creator-of-the-world and please listen to track: Creator of the world he also recorded and produced artist: Sister Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz, Robbie Taylor all on an Album called: Fuzzy ‘’D’’ & Likeminded Friends meet.

vol: 1-4. 1992 – 1994.

In 2003 SDN Productions, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee pro and arr album: In the name of religion with artist: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids: Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun.

In June 2000 fuzzy dee become a member of the roots reggae band Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes and we are one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system, the shanti-ites band consists of six members, Blood shanti (Drummer & Lead vocals), kojac (lead guitar & Lead vocals), Henry (keyboards), fuzzy dee (studio & live engineer) since the death of our bass player Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are still looking for a bass player at the moment we have Jahmel playing (bass) and cyrus (keyboards) from the Rasites as a stand in we play predominantly dub/roots reggae and praise Jah the Almighty who bless one and all. www.falasharecordings.com

Many Thanks…….…….......FUZZY DEE

Radio History


Recording History


 The D.B. Krew


In the 80’s, Fuzzy Dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded 'Unto Yourself Be True', the first LP by Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- The D.B. Krew.

Our track, 'Creator Of The World' can be found here.

Fuzzy Dee has also recorded and produced 'Fuzzy D & Like-minded Friends Meet Vol: 1-4, 1992 – 1994' which featured: Sista Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz and Robbie Taylor.


In 2003, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee (SDN Productions) produced 'In The Name Of Religion' which featured: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids (Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun).


Working With The Shanti-Ites


In June 2000, Fuzzy Dee along with Blood Shanti (Drums & Lead vocals), Kojac (Lead Guitar & Lead Vocals), Henry (Keyboards) became formed the Dub/Roots Reggae band, 'Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes', one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system (falasharecordings.com)


"We play Dub/Roots reggae and praise Jah, The Almighty who blesses one and all."


- Fuzzy Dee


"Since the death of our bass player, Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are looking for a bass player. At the moment, we currently have Jahmel and Cyrus from the Rasites Playing Bass and Keys as a stand ins."





 FDR Studio, Hackney Wick, London, E.9

e-mail: [email protected] Tel:+447479757651


Fuzzy Dee born in Edmonton 1959, in North London, and has had a long involvement in the music business which began at the age of 13, together with a number of friends (six members), he built and ran a “sound system” called Jah Scorpio which was based in North London, all this began in 1973, they played at parties, dances, and special community events, building up a considerable reputation in the community. The lads remained together in the sound for 12 years, by which time he had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. Fuzzy dee became renound for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection. In 1979 fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene as he wanted to branch out into different areas of music, he help to form a group called the Mission Band with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) fuzzy dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals, the band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool; a lot of experience came from travelling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984, at this stage he decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College, in Camden town N.19 where he obtained a business city & guilds certificate in radio/TV 224 course in 1979.

Whilst studying at college in 1981, fuzzy dee went into business with he’s brother to form partnership known as Zak & Dee productions. The companies main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in the strand London WC 2. The objective was to provide talented youths in the community with an opportunity to perform to large audiences and promote up and coming artistes and judged by a panel of Celebrities. The talent contest (an original X factor show) which held the starting point for some of the 80’s and 90’s leading pop stars, 'Biz' formerly a three member group rise to Yazz who is now a predominate figure in the pop world, 'Street jammers' included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music black presenter. A dance group called ‘Finesse’ was later to become better known as singing group 'Pasadena’s'. In 1991 Fuzzy Dee was involved with a promotional company called High Society who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, fuzzy dee was playing the role of stage manager. Going back towards the end of 1981, fuzzy dee and he's brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mayson, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founder members of the Radio free station LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio) on weekdays, this broadcasted on 92.5fm for nine and a half years.

Fuzzy Dee being one of the original founded members of the radio station, he played the dual role management, dj /audio engineer in the studio & live outside broadcast and presented shows from 1981-89. “I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR” The Trailblazers roll call……. Mark Mason, Wayne Turner(R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and names of the back room staff who helped keep LWR alive, Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger ”srog”, Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sister’s Kyei Adeline, Jennifer & bro’s Joe, James and dj Maxi LX the lead singer of faceless, former LWR presenter and house music officnado Jazzy M the World of house and garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, Jazzy M single handedly introduced and promoted this music genre to the masses through the station. Jazzy M now is presenting shows on “Ministry of sound’s” digital station a true legend.

LWR also has a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984; our clients included Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, (Derrick Boland 1959-2009 R.I.P) Tim Westwood and the Voice newspaper amongst others. Our past projects have included Gwen G Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn concert tours in Finsbury Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st”annual Black Hair Design & Style” also the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), which today is known as the MOBO’s under new management. On Saturday 14th December 1991 High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time The Jones Girls, nights over England with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies, at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road London this occasion was truly special, deep gratitude is also extended to Choice fm and Kiss fm for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success. Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way, amid the presentation for individual achievement, invited on this list was Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright, this is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from UK and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.

RADIO STATION I HAVE WORKED ON

FDR Studio.net……………………………………………….………2009 – present day.

H CITY RADIO……………………………………………….………………….2007 – 2008.

SOURCE 102.8fm………………………………………………………..…….2006 – 2007.

KOOL 1124am / 107.9fm…………………………………………….……2005 – 2006.

URBAN FRESH 96.1fm………………………………………………...……2003 – 2005.

PARDICE FM (Cable London Network)…………………….….…....2001 – 2003.

TOWN FM (CH: 10-22) Cable London Network…………….....…1998 – 2001.

BUZZ 93 FM (under the name of STEVE JOHNSON)……..…….1995 – 1998.

PEOPLE CHOICE 107.4 fm.…(For 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 95)

WNK Radio 103.3fm………………………………………………...............1992 – 1995.

LWR 92.5fm (My first start into radio, founder member)...…1980 – 1992.

In 1989 Fuzzy Dee went on to do some voluntary radio presenting, where he produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green N.22 from June 1992- March 1995 also presented show's on community radio station in Harlesden NW.10 called Peoples Choice 107.4 fm for 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 1995, on the Cable London network saw Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM from April 1997-Sept 2000, playing reggae music on weds & Sun's. LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast lwrradio.com you can now find fuzzy dee back on i-Juice 92.1fm and internet on FDR radio which is now broadcasting on www.fdrstudio.net on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.

In the 80’s Fuzzy dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- DB Krew with there first LP. Unto Yourself Be True, if you go to Soundcloud

https://.user-502502506/.creator-of-the-world and please listen to track: Creator of the world he also recorded and produced artist: Sister Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz, Robbie Taylor all on an Album called: Fuzzy ‘’D’’ & Likeminded Friends meet.

vol: 1-4. 1992 – 1994.

In 2003 SDN Productions, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee pro and arr album: In the name of religion with artist: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids: Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun.

In June 2000 fuzzy dee become a member of the roots reggae band Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes and we are one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system, the shanti-ites band consists of six members, Blood shanti (Drummer & Lead vocals), kojac (lead guitar & Lead vocals), Henry (keyboards), fuzzy dee (studio & live engineer) since the death of our bass player Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are still looking for a bass player at the moment we have Jahmel playing (bass) and cyrus (keyboards) from the Rasites as a stand in we play predominantly dub/roots reggae and praise Jah the Almighty who bless one and all. www.falasharecordings.com

Many Thanks…….…….......FUZZY DEE

Special Thanks


LWR Trailblazer's Roll Call


"I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR. The Trailblazer's roll call..."


Mark Mason, Wayne Turner (R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr. C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and all of the back-room staff who helped keep LWR alive.


Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger "Srog", Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma, the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson, the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sisters, Kyei, Adeline, Jennifer & Brothers Joe and James. DJ Maxi LX, the lead singer of faceless.


The World of house and Garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, former LWR presenter and a true legend, Jazzy M. Jazzy M, who now presents shows on Ministry of Sound’s digital station, single-handedly introduced and promoted Garage to the masses through LWR.


Midas Media


LWR also had a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984. Our clients included; Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, Derrick Boland (R.I.P 1959-2009), Tim Westwood, The Voice newspaper and others. Our past projects have included concert tours by Gwen G, Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn. Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st annual "Black Hair Design & Style" as well as the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), known today as the MOBO Awards under new management.

On Saturday, December 14th, 1991, High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time, The Jones Girls' Nights Over England, with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road. This occasion was truly special. Deep gratitude is also extended to Choice FM and Kiss FM for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success.

The BASE Awards


Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way amid the presentation for individual achievement. Invited on this list was; Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright. This is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from The U.K. and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.







Many Thanks ……............................​.……​ fuzzy dee


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Fuzzy Dee born in Edmonton 1959, in North London, and has had a long involvement in the music business which began at the age of 13, together with a number of friends (six members), he built and ran a “sound system” called Jah Scorpio which was based in North London, all this began in 1973, they played at parties, dances, and special community events, building up a considerable reputation in the community. The lads remained together in the sound for 12 years, by which time he had developed his skills in audio equipment design and construction. Fuzzy dee became renound for selecting appropriate records, from an enviable record collection. In 1979 fuzzy Dee progressed from the sound system scene as he wanted to branch out into different areas of music, he help to form a group called the Mission Band with Tony Mahoney (Lead vocals) fuzzy dee playing the keyboards and providing backing vocals, the band became very popular in the club circuit playing a predominately reggae based repertoire. They gigged throughout London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry & Liverpool; a lot of experience came from travelling around and entertaining in different parts of the country. The group remained together until 1984, at this stage he decided to enhance his practical and technical knowledge with academic qualifications. He attended North London College, in Camden town N.19 where he obtained a business city & guilds certificate in radio/TV 224 course in 1979.

Whilst studying at college in 1981, fuzzy dee went into business with he’s brother to form partnership known as Zak & Dee productions. The companies main activities centered on a weekly event at the Lyceum Ballroom in the strand London WC 2. The objective was to provide talented youths in the community with an opportunity to perform to large audiences and promote up and coming artistes and judged by a panel of Celebrities. The talent contest (an original X factor show) which held the starting point for some of the 80’s and 90’s leading pop stars, 'Biz' formerly a three member group rise to Yazz who is now a predominate figure in the pop world, 'Street jammers' included the former rap artist 'Richie Rich' who became the first Sky Digital TV’s MTV male soul music black presenter. A dance group called ‘Finesse’ was later to become better known as singing group 'Pasadena’s'. In 1991 Fuzzy Dee was involved with a promotional company called High Society who presented the first ever Jones Girls Tour, fuzzy dee was playing the role of stage manager. Going back towards the end of 1981, fuzzy dee and he's brother Zak were then introduced to John Dawson, Mark Mayson, & Johnny Hayward, who went on to become the founder members of the Radio free station LWR (London Weekend Radio) a.k.a (London Wide Radio) on weekdays, this broadcasted on 92.5fm for nine and a half years.

Fuzzy Dee being one of the original founded members of the radio station, he played the dual role management, dj /audio engineer in the studio & live outside broadcast and presented shows from 1981-89. “I would like to thank some of the presenters past and present who have graced the airwaves of LWR” The Trailblazers roll call……. Mark Mason, Wayne Turner(R.I.P), Carmella, Mike steel, Derrick Boland (R.I.P), Maxi Jazz, Cliff Ringwood, Wing Commander, Mr C, Steve Harris, Alastair Rappattack, Jigs, Angle LeMar, Karl Knox, Shabs, Oscar J Jennings, Terry Peters, Martin Day, Robbie May, Jerry Floyd, Peter G, Dave King, Paul Cook, Chris Collins, Angle Dee, Gerry Francis, Tim Westwood, John Dawson, Gary Gibbs, Victor Vader, Dezzy D, Steve Edward, KKN, Steve May, DJ Elayne, JB Rose, Jay Jay, Richard Lorenzo, John Prescott, Earl Stevens, Andy Rogers, Bob Jones, Andy Austin, Steve Taylor, Lindsey West, Simon Lee, Mike Sefford, Tony James, Clive Brady, Morris Greenaway (R.I.P), Joe Douglas, Robbie Brown, Jeff King, Steve Foster, Paul Jones, Chris Jackson, Ian Pollock, Cool Breeze, Dimples D, Gerry Buscom Gary Taylor, Eddie Jones, Dave Gregory, John Fresco, Mike Jones, Mark Andrews, Linden T, Tony Bevans, Peter Gregory, Nicky Holloway, Elvis, Andrew Dennis, Gary Lee, Paul Williams, Perry Daniels, Tony Monson, Cleveland Anderson, Yomi, Jon Ovel, Tony Marsden, Sarah HB, Jazzy M, Miss Bliss, Ron Tom, General Lee, GT, Juliet Coley, Mike Anthony, Barry B, Jim Colvin, Dave Stewart, Kevin Martin, Paul Salford, Dave Brown, Colin Hunt, Trevor Jackson, Tony West, Debbie Gopie, Roger Johnson, Paul Taylor, Richard Taylor, Neil Charles, Pete Tong, Johnny Heywood, Jasper, Don P, Alison, Ray Stevens, Gary Stevens, Marie Barry, Richie Rich, Daddy Ernie, Gary Kent, Peter Davis, Al Grant, Richie P, Dave Shirt, Nick Stewart, Ralph T, Scully, Ricky King and names of the back room staff who helped keep LWR alive, Jill, Hanna, Dix, Pat, Roger ”srog”, Jackie Davidson, Debbie Ballard, Emma the founder of Mr. Supercool, John Dawson the greatest powerful rig engineer , Howard, Eddie Medder, Little Bertie, My sister’s Kyei Adeline, Jennifer & bro’s Joe, James and dj Maxi LX the lead singer of faceless, former LWR presenter and house music officnado Jazzy M the World of house and garage owes a debt of gratitude to the original master of the jackin’ zone which ran from 1985-89 Tuesdays & Thursday between 9pm-midnight, Jazzy M single handedly introduced and promoted this music genre to the masses through the station. Jazzy M now is presenting shows on “Ministry of sound’s” digital station a true legend.

LWR also has a marketing and promotion company called Midas Media, established in 1984; our clients included Matt Black (Cold Cut), Dj Elayne, (Derrick Boland 1959-2009 R.I.P) Tim Westwood and the Voice newspaper amongst others. Our past projects have included Gwen G Kid ‘n’ Play (at Ding walls), Five Star, Aswad, Loose Ends, C.C. Pennetson, Curtis Mayfield, Everis, Incognito, Keni Burke, Gwen McCrae, Roy Ayres and Cheryl Lynn concert tours in Finsbury Midas Media in conjunction with the Voice presented the 1st”annual Black Hair Design & Style” also the 1st Black Celebrities Awards (Monday 6th May 1991), which today is known as the MOBO’s under new management. On Saturday 14th December 1991 High Society & LWR were proud to present the first ever UK tour of the greatest melodious trio of our time The Jones Girls, nights over England with supporting guest, Incognito & Everies, at The Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road London this occasion was truly special, deep gratitude is also extended to Choice fm and Kiss fm for their help and to all those involved behind the scenes seeing this project through to success. Sunday 28th May 1995, at the London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, was BASE Awards UK (Black Arts Sports & Entertainments) founded by Freddie Adimen and Zak of LWR this was Europe’s most distinguished black awards of international, national performers and celebrities from sport, TV, the theatre, music and business. This evening was a rare occasion for the stars to meet the guests in an informal way, amid the presentation for individual achievement, invited on this list was Kriss Akabusi, Carlene Anderson, Viv Anderson, Dennis Andries, Chris Armstrong, Jazzie B, John Barnes, Shirley Bassey, Nigel Benn, The Bibi crew, Patti Boulaye, Richard Branson, James Brown, Frank Bruno, Don Campbell, Dina Carroll, Top Cat, Craig Charles, Neneh Cherry, Leo X Chester, Linford Christie, Andy Cole, Stan Collymore, John Conteh, Garth Crooks, Phil Defreitas, Desiree, Felix Dexter, Brenda Emmaus, Eternal, Chris Eubank, Everis, John Fashanu, Les Ferdinand, Shella Ferguson, Cast of 5 Guys named Mo, Geoff Francis, Gabrielle, Michelle Gayle, Eddie Grant, Rudd Gullet, Jeremy Guscott, Mona Hammond, Ellery Hanley, Jacqui Harper, George Harris, Herbie Hide, Ram Jam Holder, Jefferson & Whitfield, Whitney Houston, Peter Hunningale, Laurie Ince, Paul Ince, John Isaacs, Tony Jarrett, Colin Jackson, Ultimate Kaos, Chaka Khan, Kreuz, Du’Aine Ladejo, Brian Lara, Angie Le Mar, Phillp Leo, General Leay Chris Lewis, Lennox Lewis, Clive Lloyd, Isabelle Lucas, Devon Malcolm, Cast of Mama l Want to sing, Joe Marcel, Wayne Marshall, Gary Mason, John Matshikza, Trevor McDonald, Paul McGrath, MN8, Mr Motivator, Carmen Munroe, Prince Naseem Hamed, Shara Nelson, Eddie Nestor, Yannick noah, Billy Ocean, Martin offiah, Bruce oldfield, Michael Watson, Marvin Hagler, Geoff Parmiter, Roger Joseph, Chief S B Willams, Lord Pitt & Lady Pitt, JoyceLyn Barrow, John Regis, Gordon Taylor, Omar, Chris Oti, Mica Paris, Mary Pearce, Abedi Pele, Clark Peters, Justin Pickett, Courtney Pine, The Possee, Maxi Priest, Hugh Quashi, David Rocastle, Chrystal rose, Brian Roy, Oliver Samuels, Tessa Sanderson, Rianna Scipio, Seal, Judy Simpson, Corriane Skinner-Carter, Moira Stuart, Cathy Tyson, Victor Ubogi, The Wades, Curtis Walker, Des Walker, Rudi Walker and Ian Wright, this is not about name dropping, this is about celebrities from UK and all around the world who just loved the station and all experienced the LWR LOVE.

RADIO STATION I HAVE WORKED ON

FDR Studio.net……………………………………………….………2009 – present day.

H CITY RADIO……………………………………………….………………….2007 – 2008.

SOURCE 102.8fm………………………………………………………..…….2006 – 2007.

KOOL 1124am / 107.9fm…………………………………………….……2005 – 2006.

URBAN FRESH 96.1fm………………………………………………...……2003 – 2005.

PARDICE FM (Cable London Network)…………………….….…....2001 – 2003.

TOWN FM (CH: 10-22) Cable London Network…………….....…1998 – 2001.

BUZZ 93 FM (under the name of STEVE JOHNSON)……..…….1995 – 1998.

PEOPLE CHOICE 107.4 fm.…(For 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 95)

WNK Radio 103.3fm………………………………………………...............1992 – 1995.

LWR 92.5fm (My first start into radio, founder member)...…1980 – 1992.

In 1989 Fuzzy Dee went on to do some voluntary radio presenting, where he produced a community phone-in & music show on WNK radio 103.3 FM in Wood Green N.22 from June 1992- March 1995 also presented show's on community radio station in Harlesden NW.10 called Peoples Choice 107.4 fm for 28 days, 26th May 1995- 27th June 1995, on the Cable London network saw Fuzzy Dee worked on Town FM from April 1997-Sept 2000, playing reggae music on weds & Sun's. LWR is now in its 30th year of broadcast lwrradio.com you can now find fuzzy dee back on i-Juice 92.1fm and internet on FDR radio which is now broadcasting on www.fdrstudio.net on Sat. 4pm-7pm playing Roots, Ska & Lovers rock up-front tune’s and Sun 6-9pm playing some wonderful roots, lovers, and great revival reggae music.

The Radio Station Where your support is concrete....Bless.

In the 80’s Fuzzy dee built and run a 16 track studio were he recorded Dawn Black & Daniel Burobey –aka- DB Krew with there first LP. Unto Yourself Be True, if you go to Soundcloud

https://.user-502502506/.creator-of-the-world and please listen to track: Creator of the world he also recorded and produced artist: Sister Miriam, Barry B, Sharon Marie, Soulboy, Don Luchie, Pepse & Legs, Clywood, Pap Nuttz, Robbie Taylor all on an Album called: Fuzzy ‘’D’’ & Likeminded Friends meet.

vol: 1-4. 1992 – 1994.

In 2003 SDN Productions, Steve Prince & Fuzzy Dee pro and arr album: In the name of religion with artist: AJ Samuel, Sista Miriam, Steve Prince and the SND Kids: Nicole & Shai Lubrun-Burobey , Melissa Roberts & Tessa Lubrun.

In June 2000 fuzzy dee become a member of the roots reggae band Blood Shanti & the Shanti-ltes and we are one half of the Abe Shanti-l sound system, the shanti-ites band consists of six members, Blood shanti (Drummer & Lead vocals), kojac (lead guitar & Lead vocals), Henry (keyboards), fuzzy dee (studio & live engineer) since the death of our bass player Rock (R.I.P May 2007), we are still looking for a bass player at the moment we have Jahmel playing (bass) and cyrus (keyboards) from the Rasites as a stand in we play predominantly dub/roots reggae and praise Jah the Almighty who bless one and all. www.falasharecordings.com

Many Thanks…….…….......FUZZY DEE