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Dane Bowers | The Olive Lounge

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If you thought all our other events were unmissable...

DANE BOWERS will be performing a live DJ set and meet & greet at The Olive Lounge on Sunday 22nd April.

+ 2 for £10 cocktails from 4-7pm 🍹


Whoever coined the phrase “Celebrity DJ” was definitely NOT talking about Dane Bowers!

Although Dane has been a household name in the UK for over 15
years, he has still managed to maintain a level of credibility and
respect as both an underground and commercial DJ. Having played for huge names like Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, Twice as Nice and Glastonbury, Dane is diverse in his musical tastes as well as what genre of music he plays.

Dane’s career in music started out as a DJ from the age of 15 where he was the resident DJ at Streatham Ice Rink! He followed his father’s footstep who was one of the founding DJ’s on pirate soul radio station “Radio Jackie”. Bowers’ connection to music is quite simply “in his blood”.

More well known for his time in Platinum selling RnB group Another Level, and from his groundbreaking single with Victoria Beckham (‘Out of your mind’), Dane has worked with some of the giants in music history. He has worked with the likes of Jay Z, Kelis, Wyclef, Frankie Knuckles and Janet Jackson. More recently Dane was featured on ITV’s The Big Reunion as part of new super group 5th Story.

From the west end of London and most of the major clubs around the UK, to Marbella, BCM in Majorca and Esparadis and Eden in Ibiza, Dane has travelled and played around the world.

“Music for me has always been a part of everyday life. I love all types of music which I feel has really helped me as a DJ. I like being able to play Deep house, and Electro bangers one night, and then mix Hip-hop and RnB tracks in with a rogue Jackson 5 classic the next!! I like to mix it up and for people to leave the club feeling they have never heard a set like it before.”