Love Groove Dance Party
DJ Rampling played for the first pirate KISS FM with the Saturday night slot running 7-9 pm in the early nineties. He set up many a person up for a great evening on the town with the “Love Groove Dance Party”. Like many others, including Judge Jules, he was poached from this station to appear on BBC Radio 1.
In subsequent years, Rampling pursued his career in music as a DJ and music producer, remixing several UK and international acts while creating a band. In the mid 1990s he joined the BBC until March 2002, making his set the second longest-running dance music set on radio with the exception of Pete Tong’s much-loved “Essential Selection”.