Mom's Spaghetti radio set to bring a full day of live hip-hop, house and happiness to Oldham

Date published: 21 March 2024

A cracking day and night of live music and DJs is coming to Oldham for an all day outdoor music mini festival in June.

Oldham-based Mom's Spaghetti radio station are bringing the legendary Phats and Small - supported by Rozalla and Kym Mazelle - to the huge Church Inn pub at Chadderton Fold on Saturday, June 8.

The live event kicks-off at 2pm, and also features popular local DJs Matt Black, Mike Westwell, Paddy and Callum Watkins.

Mom's Spaghetti radio prides itself on providing oodles of hip-hop, house and happiness all day, every day.

Find out more about the station, and to listen live, click or tap here

Phats and Small are a British electronic dance music duo formed in Brighton, in 1998, and composed of Jason "Phats" Hayward and Russell Small.

They are best known for their single "Turn Around", which became an international hit in 1999.

Rozalla Miller, better known as simply Rozalla, is an electronic music star whose biggest hit was "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)".

In December 2016, Billboard magazine ranked her as the 98th most successful dance artist of all-time.

Kym Mazelle is regarded as a pioneer of house music in the UK and Europe.

Her music combines R&B, soul, funk, house music, dance, and pop.

She is credited as "The First Lady of House Music".

Tickets for the June 8 live event in Chadderton can be purchased via the ticketlight link here

Hip-hop, house and happiness radio station ‘Mom’s Spaghetti’ came to life last year when legendary Hacienda DJ Graeme Park launched the station in style.

The station plays the biggest dance, r'n'b and hiphop hits from the 90s onwards, featuring the likes of Daft Punk, Usher, Eminem and Calvin Harris.

Presenters also promise a mix of 80s and 90s dance classics from the likes of Neneh Cherry, Happy Mondays, TLC, and Fatboy Slim.

The station is the brainchild of Matt Ramsbottom, former owner of Revolution 96.2 and owner of the Oldham Evening Chronicle.

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