In the 1980s and 1990s, Stu Allan (1962–2022), a British DJ and producer of dance music, worked for Manchester’s Piccadilly Radio and Key 103.
His performances during this time had a big impact on the music landscape. In 1993, DJ Magazine listed him as the third best DJ in the world for his hip hop, hardcore techno, and house music mixes.
A significant contributor to the UK hardcore movement, Allan persisted.
Allan began playing the DJ in 1982. His mixes and remixes were played on different shows on Piccadilly Radio in Manchester between 1984 and 1986, including those hosted by Timmy Mallet, Chris Evans, and Tim Grundy.
He received his own show on Piccadilly Radio in July 1986.
DJ Stu Allan was initially standing in for the regular DJ on a six-week vacation, but the response from listeners was so positive that he was hired on full-time.
DJ Stu Allan started playing house and hip-hop music. The first song Allan played was “Love Can’t Turn Around” by Farley Jackmaster Funk.
DJ Stu Allan Cause Of Death
DJ Stu Allan passed away on September 22, 2022, from a rare GIST.