St Albans Club Batchwood DJ up for national award

PUBLISHED: 15:25 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 07:47 17 January 2018

DJ Richie Don

DJ Richie Don

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Club Batchwood’s resident Saturday night DJ is in the running to win a national award.

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St Albans’ Richie Don hopes to spin his way to Miami’s Winter Music Conference with a DJ kit from Pioneer by winning the Deltic DJ of the Year 2017.

He is one of 12 who are up against a public vote - the most popular four will battle it out in front of industry professionals to decide a winner.

Richie has performed all over the country and beyond, including with Tim Westwood for MTV’s Pimp My Ride UK, at Virgin V Festival, and at Ministry of Sound Egypt in the New Year.

He said: “DJing is the job of dreams, being such a pivotal part of so many memories created, its an honour and privilege to create the energy that nightclubs are fuelled on.

“There is some great competition I am up against and it would be great to win, but whoever is crowned - congratulations in advance.”

Voting closes at midnight tomorrow (January 17) here.

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