Fatboy Slim DJ sessions to help mental health – BBC News

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Fatboy Slim is leading DJ lessons to help people with severe mental health problems.

The internationally renowned DJ, also known as Norman Cook, is volunteering for the NHS scheme’s music workshop sessions.

He said that music had helped him “tremendously” through his own mental health journey.

“Sometimes it’s good to escape your life or your stress for a couple of hours… I need those two hours where I just lose myself to music and dance and flashing lights.”

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