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Put your hands up in the air for DJ Ross Collins!

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With over 25 years experience behind the decks, and with feet in both the commercial music World and the underground music scene, DJ Ross Collins is uniquely placed to provide a musical soundtrack that unites audiences of all ages and backgrounds.  Ross always strives to provide a highly personalised experience, tailoring his DJ sets to meet the tastes of his clients, whilst using his own depth of knowledge to throw in the unexpected and to unearth forgotten classics.
Though historically a hardcore vinyl enthusiast, with a 15,000 strong record collection, in recent times Ross has embraced the digital era to amass a music collection that spans every decade from 1960’s to the present, and almost every genre from Rock & Roll and Jazz, to Soul, Disco and Funk, 70s, 80s and 90s iconic Pop, Dance, Hip Hop, Reggae, Ska, Britpop, Indie and much, much more.
With his open-minded and versatile approach, Ross has secured gigs for a huge range of clients and events including Norwich Fashion Week, The Lord Mayor’s Celebrations, Intu Chapelfield, Norwich Lanes Fayre, a multitude of underground club nights at venues such as Space Studios, Gonzo’s Tea Room, Shoreditch’s Horse & Groom and Dragon Bars, and festivals including Secret Garden Party, along with boat parties, house parties and dozens of private engagements and weddings across the county.  He’s also presented a long-running radio show on Future Radio, and held a long-term DJ residency at Mr Postles (formerly Beluga) in Norwich city centre for seven years and counting…
Ross prefers to let the music do the talking when he’s in control, and with countless happy customers and a continuing stream of positive feedback, his style looks set to make 2017 his busiest year yet!
Oh, and he also has a woodworking business building bespoke furniture from reclaimed materials, and will be debuting his hand-built “Love Booth” DJ stand at the Fair…
Ross can be found online here or check him out on Facebook.
Can’t wait for Ross to provide the fair’s soundtrack!