From Partying With Freddie Mercury To Kate Moss Superstar DJ Fat Tony Shares His Wild Stories | TM

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From George Michael to Madonna- Fat Tony is the DJ of choice for a generation of superstars. But beneath the glamour of partying with supermodels, and DJing at A-list weddings, he battled with addictions to drugs and alcohol. As he marks 15 years sober, he is now sharing his wild stories in his new memoir ‘I Don’t Take Requests’. He joins us today to tell us about his exploits with global superstars, and becoming a lockdown internet sensation with his hilarious social media posts.

Broadcast on 08/06/22

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