About Davy Tee:
Born and bred in the town of Barry where over the last 39 years I have entertained in the clubs and pubs including the New Merry Friars (who remembers the lighted dancefloor), and the Warehouse back in the day on the Island, I was the Head DJ in the 90’s at Broad Street venue The Powerstation and previous resident DJ to the Paget Inn and mobile private parties in and around the Vale I retired from the mobile scene in 2008 but missed the DJ’ing so began radio initially on the internet before volunteering on Community Radio.
About your show:
Pure Grooves is a chilled mix of smooth and silky soul in the first two hours before it’s brought uptempo with a live mix of funky and soulful house. The show normally comprises of brand new and pre-release material with an occasional slice of recent modern soul. Pure Grooves also likes to give independent artists an outlet for their music which some mainstream stations overlook. There is some great stuff always about, pure grooves looks to give it the exposure it deserves.
What is your favourite place in the Vale & why?:
We have such a jewel in the crown in our coastline so I would say that would be my favourite place, and Porthkerry Park is a very close second.
Why do you volunteer for Bro Radio?:
Having been playing music since 1979 you could say it’s in my blood and as there is so much good music about that goes unnoticed, it’s great to bring it to the community and share it with you.
What do you love about being part of the Bro Radio Team/being on air?:
It’s a bit like a homecoming it’s a great privilege to be given the opportunity to be playing great music in the area I was born and I hope the listeners enjoy Pure Grooves as much as I enjoy presenting it.