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Rick Witter to be precise, the bantering front-man of York’s most successful band, Shed Seven, who at the age of 40 is adding “presenter” to a CV that already includes singer, songwriter and Bar 1331 indie night DJ.
Rick Witter’s Disco Down – named after the Sheds’ number 13 hit in 1999 – is aired on Minster FM on Sunday nights, and such has been its rising popularity since its launch last August that it now runs for two hours, from 7pm to 9pm, rather than the original 60 minutes. Part of that momentum comes down to Rick’s ability to line up special guests for 20-minute live interviews, ranging from Chris Moyles last Christmas to rising Nottingham singer-songwriter Jake Bugg; The Bluetones’ lead singer Mark Morriss to comedian Leigh Francis’s northern caricature Keith Lemon. Last Sunday’s guest, another man-of-the-moment comedian, was encountered by Rick in similar circumstances. This Sunday’s guest will be the BBC football commentator and York City fan Guy Mowbray, who still lives in Haxby.
The interview slot is but one feature of Rick’s weekly show – a demo of the week is another one – but it is Rick’s strongest suit. Music is of course the fulcrum of Rick Witter’s Disco Down, after he accepted Minster FM’s invitation to host a regular show.
Indie music from Shed Seven’s era features prominently on Witter’s Disco Down playlist, just as it does at his Bar 1331 nights, but not exclusively so.
He is chuffed that his show has been expanded to 120 minutes, as he builds on his status as Minster FM’s answer to Jarvis Cocker and Elbow’s Guy Garvey on BBC 6Music.
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Alan Carr, for example, was quizzed about his father, the former York City goalkeeper, Northampton Town manager and now Newcastle United chief scout Graham Carr.
Especially when Rick he asks listeners to respond to his weekly theme for song titles or band names, such as “Break” or “Breaking”, inspired by his enthusiasm for the US television series Breaking Bad. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here.
It’s very weird meeting these people, but he was just like he is on the TV, all that camp energy.
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