Friday 1900 - 2100
Jessie Brooke is in the mix and commercial-free to take your Friday night up a level with the biggest floorfillers to make you move. Just when you thought Gaydio couldn't get any hotter, Jessie's ready to turn the energy up to 11.
About Jessie Brooke
Based in London, United Kingdom, Jessie Brooke started at Gaydio in 2018 as the breakfast show presenter. Coming from an interesting show-business background, including West End stage shows and national TV dramas, Jessie’s love of entertainment has been the driving force behind her involvement with dance music. ...
Jessie’s preference for vocal and uplifting House music comes from exposure to a mix of commercial and underground dance music. After being an established radio presenter for over a decade, Jessie’s natural progression into the world of being a DJ became a no-brainer, and it has since seen her achieve some impressive feats.
Inspired by the sounds of David Guetta, Duke Dumont, Camelphat, Gorgon City, Fisher and more, Jessie’s feel-good sound and energy have seen her perform at some of the UK’s most revered club spaces. Most notably, she appeared at the opening of WHP’s new residency at The Depot, Mayfield, during Manchester Pride.
Aside from performing as a solo artist every Saturday from 8pm - 10pm at Gaydio in the mix, Jessie makes up one part of the dynamic ‘One Beat Collective” - a three-piece all female group including a vocalist, a saxophonist and Jessie on the decks.
One thing you can guarantee is that if Jessie is involved in a musical capacity, then her infectiously positive influence will have a definite impact. This very ethos is the foundation for her increasingly-busy pipeline, which features several high-profile LGTB+ events and festival DJ appearances, along with a European tour with her ‘One Beat Collective’ team.
As the focus on inclusivity and equality grows stronger year on year, Jessie Brooke is sure to be a name that will continue to be at the forefront of that movement - using her emphatic passion for undeniably inspiring dance music as the precipice of all that she does.