With 25 years experience Doctor Feelgood can prescribe a healthy dose of all things House, Disco, Nu-Disco and anything in-between.
He lives in Ibiza and can be found laying down the beats at Eden, Es Paradis, Hostal La Torre & Hotel Paradiso. He holds an early and late season residency for the very fashionable Mint Lounge and Summer residencies at Savannah and Café Mambo for the Mambo brand. Also the Doctor has a regular prescription at the amazing art deco, Miami style hotel The Beach Star in San Antonio Bay, the ubercool Tanit Beach Club in Playa d'en Bossa for Sintillate and the Instagrammable Wi-Ki-Woo hotel. He is a frequent flyer, flying back and forth to the UK for gigs. He is part of the amazing DJ team at Vision Talent and plays at the Absolute 80s Radio, Back to the 2000s, 90s Reloaded & Ibiza Legends weekenders at Butlins where he hosts and DJs at many of the venues stages. He's played in Osaka & Tokyo in Japan, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
He is versatile and professional who has warmed up for top acts such as Alexander O'Neal, Leee John (Imagination), The Sugar Hill Gang, Snap!, Baby D, Tony Hadley, Hue & Cry, Go West and Aswad to name a few and top DJ talent in Claptone, Danny Howard, Melvo Baptist, Mark Fanciulli, Jellybean Benitez, Mighty Mouse, David Penn, Danny Rampling, Artful Dodger, Alex P, Jazzie B, DJ Pippi, Mark Knight, Slipmatt, Ratpack, Jeremy Healy & Joris Voorn.
He regularly produces content on releases for Mastermix DJ (Europes leading music provider to professional DJs) and has recently put pen to paper for Pro Mobile magazine.
He is also on the radio! Tune into his weekly syndicated radio show 'The Surgery' which regularly has a 3,5 million plus listener reach per month and airs on 37 stations across 19 countries and features guest mixes from world renowned DJs & producers. He also has a bi-monthly 'hot mix' slot on BBC Radio Solent that airs across the south coast of England and on the BBC Sounds App.
Inspired by and named after the American Blues and R&B musician William “Willie” Lee Perryman (AKA Dr. Feelgood) and the 1967 hit "Dr. Feelgood" (Love Is A Serious Business) by Aretha Franklin.