The legendary mullet king, radio and TV presenter Pat Sharp will be back to Sandinos this evening, Friday, March 9, to perform another DJ set.
Pat presented his first daytime show 30 years ago for BBC Radio 1 at just twenty years of age back in 1982.
Following a year on air, plus numerous ‘Top of the Pops’ TV appearances, he then went on to host mid mornings at 95.8 Capital FM for a decade.
Along the way he picked up a gold Sony award whilst also notching up seven hit singles and raising over £300,000 for charity as part of the infamous Stock Aitken Waterman duo ‘Pat & Mick’.
He then took his mid-morning slot to No 1 again, as part of seven successful years at London’s Heart, becoming the only presenter ever to rate No 1 on mid mornings in London on two different stations.
On TV Pat hosted the now cult rated ITV show ‘Fun House’ for eleven years and also won the DJ special of The Weakest Link raising £13K for charity.
His appearance on Channel 4’s The Games earned him great respect from viewers and fellow contestants alike, as he was proclaimed The People’s Hero.
With 30 years live TV and radio experience, Pat still attracts more and more new fans both old and young alike and has secured over 40,000 followers on Twitter in less than a year!
Admission is only £5 at Sandinos tonight and doors open at 10pm.