Dave Kendall

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Dave Kendall
Born David Kendall
UK
Occupation DJ, VJ
Years active 1989 – present

Dave Kendall is a British-born journalist, editor, and VJ. He was first known to the public as the creator and host of MTV's 120 Minutes, an alternative music program that played Sunday nights at midnight from 1986 through the 1990s.

He regularly played the LA club scene as a DJ during these decades and the VJ/DJ mixed the "A Voyage into Trance vol. 2" CD album released in 2001. Kendall is attributed co-artist on each track in the list on iTunes, whereas on Amazon, Kendall is listed as the sole author/composer on tracks 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10 and other artists for the other tracks.

Since the cancellation of 120 Minutes, he's worked on the internet, creating programs such as The Daily Dish, as a DJ, spinning records at clubs in New York and London, and on Television, at TechTV/G4, Sky, Channel 4, Travel Channel and Animal Planet.

Kendall now hosts "Party 360 with Dave Kendall" on the Sirius Satellite Radio channel First Wave on Fridays at 9pm ET and his official twitter handle is mrdavekendall.

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