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Danny Howard Starts Hosting BBC Radio 1’s “Dance Party”


Danny Howard Starts Hosting BBC Radio 1’s “Dance Party”

From September 10, British DJ Danny howard began his tenure as host of the iconic BBC Radio 1 spectacle, ‘A dancing parties.’ He succeeds the previous host, Annie mac. ‘A dancing parties’ “[showcases] the best new music from the greatest artists around the world ‘every Friday at 6 p.m. Howard joined BBC Radio 1 over ten years ago, so this transition is on track. On his very first show as a host, Howard created a brand new segment called “Home Party Playlist” who understood Disclosure as the first guest.

“It is the dream of my life to do this show following in the footsteps of my two greatest inspirations, Pete Tong and Annie Mac; so being invited to take over this coveted 6 p.m. Friday slot is such an honor. – Danny Howard, Press Release

Howard has become one of Britain’s most famous DJs over the years. He has accumulated more than one million listeners every week for their previous show “Saturday dance hymns. “ The versatile producer discovered some of the most notable talents in electronic music, such as Camelphat, Fisher and Duke Dumont.

“Being the weekend keeper on BBC Radio 1 is a responsibility I don’t take lightly, and I want to bring the greatest and freshest dance and electronic music in the world to the people who matter most, the listeners. With the longest drought in history over and everyone drinking dance music, now is a perfect time for me to step in and bring people exactly what they want. It’s going to be pretty tough and I’m more than excited to go, the weekend is here! – Danny Howard, Press Release

In addition to being the host of one of the most prestigious slot machines on BBC Radio 1, Howard has started a series of European shows that will extend December, with Sand festival in Poole being next.

to listen ‘A dancing parties’ hosted by Danny Howard on BBC Radio 1 here.

Image Credit: Danny Howard / BBC Radio 1


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