Blackpool nurse is a hit as guest DJ on Dave Pearce Delirium show as a thank you to key workers – Blackpool Gazette

Posted: July 21, 2020 at 12:21 pm

Nurse Chris Gorse who played a DJ guest set for Dave Pearce Trance Anthems

Father-of-two Chris, who turned 50 last month, was surprised by wife Janet with the chance to play the guest DJ mix on Pearces Delirium slot after writing to him and telling him of Chriss dream.

The amateur DJ from Cleveleys said Janet was stunned to receive a response from the former Radio 1 DJ inviting Chris to record a set, as a thank you for his work during the Covid crisis.

He said:Janet handed me a letter the day of my birthday with this opportunity and I couldnt believe it. To play in the club alongside someone of Daves calibre has always been an ambition, to have the chance to do it even online was just unreal.

He is a genuinely lovely bloke who really champions NHS causes and a couple of months back supported Blue Skies so it was really touching.

I then had to get the decorators in to sort the room quick as I had cleared it out of all my decks and needed to set it back up!

Chris played a 25 minute set of some of his most meaningful and favourite trance anthems and then sent the track list to Pearce for approval. The set can now be listened to on his official Dave Pearce Facebook page.

Chris, grandad to Archie and Alfie, even recorded a voiceover with a special shout-out to his team at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary where he works.

He added: On the night it was a real family, team effort as my daughters Clair and Cody set up laptops so we could respond to everyone tuning in from all over the world - it was great to see people enjoy it.

DJ Dave Pearces Trance Anthems show streams every Sunday via his official Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/DavePearceOfficialPart-time amateur DJ Chris Gorse was given the guest DJ slot by Pearce as a thank you to Keyworkers through the Covid 19 crisis.

Chris who has been playing his decks for 21 years said: It is my passion and a way for me to just switch off from it all - I can close my eyes and transport myself anywhere in the world.

It was a fantastic experience to put my own imprint on a guest set and work with a DJ who really flies the flag for trance music.

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