His career started on a leading pirate radio station in the mid-nineties, London Underground. He then joined Kiss 100, with the other members of the "Dreem Teem" Mikee B and Timmi Magic. The Dreem Teem, via a groundbreaking show on Galaxy, brought UK garage to Radio 1 in January 2000. They went on to win a prestigious Sony award in their first year.
He went on to host the Weekend Breakfast show on Radio 1 between October 2003 and Sept 2006, but left to concentrate on sports working at Radio Five Live.
Spoony was resident DJ at the UK's top Garage and R'n'B club night 'Twice as Nice' for 7 years, mixing and compiling 3 gold selling compilation albums for the brand. He has had residencies in Ibiza and Ayai Napa for over 10 years as well as making annual visits to many other Mediterranean islands.
Now for 2018, he's started the Garage Classical shows - reworkings of well-known garage tracks, played with the Ignition Orchestra. Hes sold out an upcoming July show at the Barbican, and has announced a December show at the Eventim Apollo. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.