Tommy Sandhu

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Tommy Sandhu
Born (1976-11-24) 24 November 1976 (age 45)
London, England
Occupationdisc jockey, remixer,
record producer,
television presenter

Tommy Sandhu (born 24 November 1976) is an English disc jockey remixer, record producer and television presenter.


Sandhu's first presenting job was with Tess Daly on Smash Hits TV for Sky One. He was also the announcer – replacing Graham Skidmore on the final series of the British version of Blind Date, starring Cilla Black.[1]

Sandhu has DJ'd in many London venues, including Chinawhite, Movida, Café de Paris, Paper, Kensington Roof Gardens and the Shadow Lounge. His DJ sets include funky house and rhythm and blues. As a composer, Sandhu has produced the theme music to several TV shows which include Blind Date (ITV), Britain's Next Top Model (LIVING), Celebrity Snappers (Bravo) and I'd Do Anything (BBC One).

Sandhu began his radio career as the London show business reporter for the BBC Asian Network, covering premieres, parties and gossip from the capital, and going on to host the breakfast show on the station. He joined the station's daily schedule in 2010 and left in 2017.


  1. Step Inside Love (Original Mix 6:29)
  2. Step Inside Love (Vacation Dub 4:53)
  3. Step Inside Love (All Burnt Out Mix 4:20)
  1. Step Inside Love (All Burnt Out Mix 4:20) [Hidden Track on CD]
  1. Step Inside Love (All Burnt Out Mix 4:20)
  1. Faded Images (Tommy Sandhu's Ram Mix 3:55)
  2. Kiss You All Over (Tommy Sandhu's Big Bill Mix 5:00)
  1. Step Inside Love (2009 The Stunner Mix 3:32)
  2. Step Inside Love (2002 Club Mix 6:37)
  3. Step Inside Love (2002 Vacation Dub 4:59)
  4. Step Inside Love (2002 Club Mix – Radio Edit 3:10)
  5. Step Inside Love (2002 All Burnt Out Mix 4:29)


  1. ^ "Tommy's Biography". BBC Online. 2009. Archived from the original on 23 December 2019. Retrieved 26 July 2020.
  2. ^ "Cilla Black Single & EP discography". Retrieved 17 May 2009.
  3. ^ "DJ Tommy Sandhu's club remixes of Step Inside Love released to download". Archived from the original on 29 March 2010. Retrieved 30 November 2009.
  4. ^ "Cilla All Mixed Up (An Album of Club Remixes)". Archived from the original on 22 November 2009. Retrieved 30 November 2009.

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