DJ Steve Allen at Coach and Horses

June 27, 2015 • Entertainment, Music, News, Second Life

DJ Steve Allen is one of Second Life’s greatest DJs and played at the Coach & Horses last week. As a last minute thing, we were lucky to get DJ Steve Allen to play.

DJ Steve Allen

DJ Allen

The lovely Jules, who organizes events and entertainment in London was there to host DJ Steve Allen and a crowd quickly formed. The Londoners who arrived at the coach were thrilled to be able to enjoy DJ Steve Allen’s mix of sounds.

DJ Steve Allen with Hostess Jules

Hostess Jules

The party got well under way, with DJ Steve Allen playing his oldies and some newer tunes. People were talking and having a laugh with the sounds that Steve played. Many were tunes you’d remember or even your granny would remember.

DJ Steve Allen knows how to party

Party time in the Coach

It looked like Samm was enjoying the blasts from the past, by the way he was rocking to them. The songs ranged from modern to rock then to 80s and before. It was the way Steve mixed them that made the difference.

DJ Steve Allen gets Samm going

Sam enjoying the music

 Who is DJ Steve Allen?

Famously, DJ Steve Allen began his career in the ‘Winter of discontent’, joining LBC in 1979.  Before that he worked in radio at a biscuit factory. He’s been at LBC for 16 years now and hosted Crinkley Bottom radio on Noel’s House Party in the 1990’s.

However we can’t be sure this is the same famous DJ that played in the Coach & Horses last week. Although his style and buzz were very familiar. Currently the real world Steve Allen presents the early morning breakfast show on London-based radio station ‘LBC’, so it’s really appropriate that our own DJ Steve Allen plays in London Mayfair at the ‘Coach & Horses’ pub.

The real Steve Allen does some interesting chat show features for LBC. Some are also shown on YouTube. Here’s one where he checks out Google Glasses.


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