Delite Radio The Sad Passing Of Paul 'Trouble' Anderson

It is with our heavy hearts that we learn of the sad passing of DJ, Paul "Trouble" Anderson, after a seven-year battle with cancer.

Everyone at Delite Radio is devastated at his sudden death after 40+ years on the decks.

Paul's career started in the 1970's with the Reggae Sound-System “Trouble-Funk” – where he got his nickname. 

It was at this time that he met George Power, one of the founders of Kiss FM, who asked him to be a warm up DJ at several venues. 

Paul had a fresh funky sound and was playing at many clubs, to name a few, The Maize Club at Ronnie Scott’s, Bumbles, Red Box etc, etc.

His incredibly accurate technical skills, perfect clean mixing, and all-action DJ style, have inspired many of the UK and Europe’s DJs such as Carl Cox, Norman Jay (MBE), DJ EZ, Terry Farley and many presenters on Delite Radio.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Paul's family and friends at this sorrowful time.


Log in to comment