Jack spins his way into the record books

ONE of the world's youngest DJs is already entertaining audiences across Weston - and he will soon be hosting his very own parties for kids

ONE of the world's youngest DJs is already entertaining audiences across Weston - and he will soon be hosting his very own parties for kids.Six-year-old Jack Hill has been mixing records since the age of three and now the Walliscote Primary School pupil, who has his very own set of full-sized music equipment, is preparing to run children's discos at the Nook and Harbour in Knightstone Road, over the summer months.Jack's dad, 42-year-old Bob, has been running Weston Karaoke and Disco for five years and has also been responsible for the tunes in numerous venues across town. He thinks his work is part of the reasons for Jack's flair for music.Bob, who lives with Jack in Upper Church Road, Weston, said: "I am a DJ and he mimics me. "Jack always used to look after my CDs and he would grab the microphone when I was working. All his pictures at school are of disco lights."I work at the Nook and Harbour and the owner, Chris Kimitri, said Jack could do children's parties. He will run the whole thing."Jack is probably one of the UK's youngest DJs. He has his own full-sized equipment but when he helps me he has to stand on my CD box."When I'm working he often does an hour on his own for me."Jack added: "Being a DJ makes me happy. It is my favourite thing to do.


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