DJ record attempt

A YOUNG DJ has been busy practising for his second attempt at breaking a world record.

A YOUNG DJ has been busy practising for his second attempt at breaking a world record.

In April the Weston & Somerset Mercury exclusively revealed how young Jack Hill has been mixing up records since the age of three.

The six-year-old was hoping to break a new world record but his attempt failed because of a problem with paperwork.

Jack, who goes to Walliscote Primary School in Weston, is preparing to try again so he popped into Star FM's studios in Beaconsfield Road, to practise.


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His next world record attempt will consist of three gigs in three days. The first will be tomorrow (Fri) at Barcode in South Parade from 7-9.30pm, then he will perform on Saturday at the Nook and Harbour on the seafront from 3-5pm and CKs Bar in Regent Street on Sunday from 3-5pm.

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