Stu Allan is a legendary figure in the UK dance music scene, and was an inspiration to a generation of young Northwest DJs that used to tune in to listen to his ground breaking radio show on Piccadilly radio back in the mid-late 80′s.

Stu was a true pioneer of dance music in the North of England, and was largely responsible for changing the musical landscape for many people as the explosion of Hip-Hop and House music swept across the UK in the late 80′s and early 90′s.

Playing all over the UK and beyond, Stu set the benchmark which many tried to follow, stints in Ibiza and Tenerife back in 93 – 99 saw Stu packing out 2000+ capacity venues on a regular basis.
Stu’s appearances at Bowlers, Manchester during this time were legendary, taking the night onto another level!

As well as being a pioneer in the DJ scene Stu has also enjoyed monumental success as a recoding artist and producer, releasing tracks under such guises as Visa & Clock, scoring no less than 14 top 40 hits, of which 4 were top 10!

Whilst all this was happening, Stu was still producing & presenting his weekly Friday and Saturday & Sunday Dance shows on Key 103, Manchester including during ’99-2000 Kiss 100 approached him to mix & produce the now legendary “Kiss Mix” (Mon-Sat evenings) which became the most listened to shows on at that time in London for 14 – 24 year olds.

Stu continues to spread the word across the UK and beyond with his weekly show “Old Skool Nation” on Manchester’s UNITY RADIO 92.8FM – 9-11pm (UK) ( !