MP McMahon salutes launch of Mom's Spaghetti radio station

Date published: 06 August 2021

Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon was on hand to salute the recent launch of Mom's Spaghetti, a new and exciting radio station based in Oldham.

Mom’s Spaghetti is an Old Skool hip hop and R’n’B dedicated station, and its DJs play songs with attitude.

There was a huge buzz at the packed-out official launch night of Henshaw Street-based Credible Media Group’s new project.

Featuring at the Whittle’s at Tokyo’s hot-spot were legendary former Hacienda DJ Graeme Park, Matt Black, DJ KYE, Becki de Funk, then the night was rounded off from midnight with a set from local favourite Dave Sweetmore.

Aberdeen-born Graeme is a massively popular house music DJ, and is widely credited as one of the original founders of the UK's rave/club scene, notably as a leading figure at The Haçienda club in Manchester.

He is the new host of the Mom's Spaghetti Breakfast Show.

John Isherwood features on the afternoon Drive show.

A huge HipHop and Rap aficionado, John lives and breathes the Mom’s Spaghetti playlist - now he’s found his spiritual home.

Mr McMahon Tweeted: "It was great to pop in to meet with Matt Ramsbottom at Credible Media to hear plans ahead of the launch of Mom’s Spaghetti, based at studios on Oldham Edge.

"Best of luck!"

Mom's Spaghetti is available on DAB across Manchester, and online at:

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