Popular radio 3 DJ Dennis Wilson has died. Wilson, born Delroy Wilson in Kingston Jamaica died at his home in Alexandra after a short illness.
Former radio presenter Dennis Wilson has died. He was 66. Wilson became popular on Radio 3 (now Power FM) in the 1990s after landing in the country in the ’80s before being spotted while playing at parties.
He joined radio and became an instant hit as a DJ, becoming popular through his signature tune, Freddie McGregor’s Push Comes to Shove.
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Source – The Herald
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