In part 2 of a four-part interview, STU ALLAN tells ROAR about his experiences of playing the legendary Manchester rave venue The Hacienda and those exciting years in the early ‘90s where he was able to play a range of dance music and refused to be pigeonholed. The Rave King of Radio and the Northwest also talks about his superstar pal Carl Cox’s departure from the scene and how they kept in touch over lazy Sunday roasts – plus Stu reveals how he once got so annoyed with one irritating MC that he not only unplugged the poor lad’s microphone, but hurled it into the sea! Catch part 3 on Friday and part 4 next Wednesday where he talks for the first time about a horrific brush with tragedy, his popstar years with Clock, and working with music legends Nile Rodgers…and Peter Andre.
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