David Crane Posted August 21, 2012 Share Posted August 21, 2012 Hi all, Just thought i'd post a little info about myself. The easiest way for me to do this is to copy/paste my bio, so forgive me for it being written in the 3rd person. Cheers, DC. David Crane is a British radio presenter originally from the south coast of Hampshire, but now based in North Yorkshire. David’s interest in radio comes from many years of making compilation tapes and CD’s using old 60′s radio jingles to link the music. He has had a strong passion for music all his life and is rarely without a music player of some type. His earliest memories of music date back to the early 70’s when he would sit down for Sunday lunch with his family and listen to Jimmy Savile’s ‘Double Top Ten’ show on Radio 1. Each week would be songs from two different charts from the 50’s and 60’s, and David would tap his feet and sing along to the ones he knew. David learned a lot of his early musical knowledge from listening to that radio show. David started presenting shows on Harrogate Hospital Radio in March 2007, ranging from patient request shows to his own “Solid Gold Saturday” 50′s & 60′s oldies show. He started presenting shows on internet stations during the second half of 2008 and has had shows aired on several stations online since then. David was a part of the award winning team at internet station Ace Radio between May 2009 and January 2012 when it ceased broadcasting and he was responsible for the majority of the artwork used in the station’s advertising posters. David’s radio shows are aimed at the Scootering/Mod audience with a varied mix of music that has played a part in the scene since it’s inception back in the late 1950′s. He has spent a long time building up a network of contributors to his shows including promoters, bands, artists, record companies and CD suppliers. This enables David to provide the listener with a quality choice of music from old classics through to new exciting music from brand new bands on the scene. David Crane - Wolfman Radio: "Tune In, Turn It Up & Rip The Knob Off!" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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