DJ Graeme Park began his career in the mid-'80s, spinning records out of the UK town of Nottingham and working at a local record store. His boss bought a club in the city and asked Park to be the house DJ. He had his doubts, but by 1987 he was kick starting the acid house scene with his innovative playlists and an ear for the next big thing. From 1989 to 1992, he continually won the DMC DJ of the Year Award, one of the most prestigious honors in the DJ circuit. He began remixing songs for artists also, and had a regular gig at the Hacienda club where he DJed until its closure. He remains a popular DJ who does not perform very often any more, and he continues to do remixes and work on his own music. ~ Bradley Torreano, Rovi