Pat started DJ-ing in the pubs and clubs in his hometown of Birmingham back in the mid to late 70s. Venues then being the Locarno, Snobs and Top Rank. 
When in Birmingham he hosted DJ sets that included the then radio 1 DJs at the time, Emperor Rosko, Noel Edmunds, Tony Blackburn and DLT.

His DJ-ing continued when moving to South Devon at venues 400 club, Ritzys, Tropicana, and Penelope’s.
He plays the tenor saxaphone (badly) and has never been able to read music.

He was lucky to see Bob Marley live in concert on his natty dread tour in 1975 and has seen UB40 more than 20 times over the years. 
Pat has visited Jamaica and visited Bob Marley’s house ( which is now a museum) in Nine Mile a province of St Anne’s.

Pat started presenting at Sunshine fm back in June 2018 hosting a two hour Thursday evening Reggae show, and loves working with the Sunshine fm crew.

We’re a family here at Sunshine fm. and I feel privileged to be working alongside such great entertainers and experienced radio presenters.