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Remember when Selena Gomez dated Zedd and Katy Perry dated Diplo? We're back with another episode of Ask a Guy, where instead of turning to our single girlfriends for dating advice, we're going straight to the source — in this case, a real DJ, Milkman, who is not only a DJ, but he's also engaged. Cross-genre selections and conversations with the musically obsessed.He can currently be heard daily on Sirius XM’s 1st Wave Ch.33 and every weekday at noon for 93.1 Jack FM’s Flashback Lunch.From there he traveled to a variety of clubs in the U. and across Europe until he landed a gig as an evening rock show host at a radio station in Austria.“Getting into radio was one of my dreams as a kid because when I grew up in England there was so little radio because the government controlled it,” he said.He also gave out prizes and took song requests, dedicating specific tracks to a fan’s birthday or a couple’s engagement or anniversary. Though he carries everything from Frank Sinatra’s “The Way You Look Tonight” to the latest from Skrillex, Diplo, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry in his arsenal, Blade said that the music from the ‘80s remains tried and true.If there was a bit of a lull after a song, he’d pick the energy back up, coaxing the crowd – most of whom were clad in their most fabulous ‘80s garb – back out to dance with a cut like Def Leppard’s ’87 hit, “Pour Some Sugar on Me.” “I honestly just want people to have a good time,” the 61-year-old English DJ and radio personality said during the event, which will return to the new venue on Bolsa Chica State Beach on Sunday, Aug. The secret to a fun set, he said, is to allow an ebb and flow on the dance floor.
I was like ‘Oh my God, they waited up for me.’ But really they were probably up partying anyway.
“There was Pirate Radio and then the government crumbled and radio started. The DJs were as big of rockstars as the bands they were playing.
I thought it would be great because I wasn’t a musician and that it would be an awesome way to meet girls.” Blade really wanted to be a radio DJ in Los Angeles, but was told he’d never be hired because of his English accent.
Former KROQ DJ Richard Blade is releasing his autobiography, titled “World in My Eyes,” on Nov. In the book he shares pictures and stories from his times with a variety of artists, but really, he said, it’s also about the three great loves in his life. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) As the sweet, upbeat music of Culture Club filled the air, patrons kicked off their shoes, raised their drinks high in the air and danced in the sand as the sun set into the Pacific Ocean during the inaugural 93.1 Jack FM Presents: Richard Blade’s ’80s Beach Bash Sea Legs Live in Huntington Beach last month.
Blade, grinning from ear to ear, let the music play and took a break from his turntables, hopping off stage to take some posed photos and selfies with patrons at the sold-out venue.
This month John FM (FXHE, The Trilogy Tapes) and Hello DJ (Directory) joined Joe Rihn for wild selections, forthcoming tracks and a chat about Detroit music.