Having had been a consummate lover of the electronic dance music for just over two decades, whereby his early efforts at following his dreams of becoming a DJ, would begin with playing records at and the organisation of School Disco’s and after School closing tearm parties.
He was always interested in combining his passion for both listening to music and performing, Mr Gee’s earliest efforts led to his construction of a School Radio Station and a regular slot there upon it.
Moving forward, a few years this would be a consistent effort that continued far beyond his School years.
But before heading to the south coast in Portsmouth Hampshire Mr Gee grew up in Leeds West Yorkshire, & In 1994-1996 he had a keen interest in a Pirate radio station & CB Radio Which back then Was basically your social media like facebook is today except unless you already knew someone on CB you could also make new friends by asking on the call out channel 19 if anybody would like a chat it could then progress on to and EYE-BALL in radio launguage that means meeting up maybe for a coffee or talking further about your interest in radio, Even exchanging radios or beefing up the power from a rig doctor if you knew one.
Local Leeds pirate radio station: Dream FM on the radio 107.8 was in Leeds west yorkshire and it was the only one dance station music station out there when others we’re just playing the boring chat music and it influenced the idea of Mr gees future: Watch this video to learn more
In 2001 he discovered the world of rave and Techno quickly becoming a lover of UK Hardcore supporting other DJ’s like Portsmouth’s Original, DJ Hixxy, Scotland’s number one Scott Brown, DJ SY, Mark E.G, DJ Demand, DJ Frantic. and on the north side DJ demand.
Mr Gee Started DJ’in at local events in Portsmouth at the now shut-down venue in Portsmouth locals knew as Club-Eq, And he also had a resident slot at the Balcony Bar on the Isle of White
After winning a dj competition, This then also continued been part of other events booked on there line-up and venues in Portsmouth called The V-bar (Upstairs)