Goldierocks (Sam Hall)
Goldierocks aka Sam Hall, is an international DJ and broadcaster with a celebrity following that includes Gordon Ramsay, Madonna, Richard Branson, Rolling Stones, Giorgio Armani & Prince & Princess of Wales (she’s performed exclusively for them all). A life lived on the dancefloor from Azerbaijan to Zambia, she’s currently writing her first book on world parties.
Over a decade in radio – her award winning, global new music radio show The Selector, went out to a staggering 46 countries on FM to over 4 million weekly listeners. She was also the national anchor of Capital FM’s weekend dance show the Capital Weekender, as well as slots on Soho Radio, Ministry of Sound Radio & cover on BBC Radio 1.
Sam is currently on a UK national tour as the headline DJ of ‘Classic Ibiza’ performing to over 90,000 over the course of the summer, playing deep house classics with a 32 piece live orchestra. Independently, she’s performed at endless festivals & clubs all over the world including Ministry of Sound, Pacha Ibiza, Glastonbury, SXSW, Secret Garden Party, Printworks, Lux Lisbon, Snowbombing, Assembly Club Cape Town & The Ivy Sydney. In 2012 she performed at the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games in London to 85,000 people including HRH the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Her work with The Selector saw her become the first international female DJ to perform & broadcast in Cuba, as well as multiple national tours of China & the first culture correspondent to go to Libya after the fall of Gadaffi in 2013, speaking at the Youth Forum in Tripoli. Sam was one of the pillar faces of the international ‘GREAT’ campaign for her contribution to British culture around the world.
As a music journalist & presenter she’s hosted the red carpet coverage for the Brit Awards, fireside chats with ABBA, Calvin Harris, Take That & Goldie; as well as numerous festival & live compere gigs including Camp Bestival, Latitude, Cannes Lions, Gibraltar Calling & Carnaby Street Chrsitmas Lights Turn On. Regular TV appearances include being an anchor for 4Music, multiple appearances on BBC Newsnight, a contributor to culture programming on Channel 5, as an anchor for Red Bull’s virtual content, as well as fronting BBC2’s ‘Your Body, Your Image’ documentary. She’s consistently contributed to shows on BBC 6Music, BBC 5Live, Radio X & Capital Xtra.
Passionate about her philanthropic work. In 2014 she travelled to Jordan with the charity Oxfam to visit Zataari, the second largest refugee camp in the world. Experiencing first-hand the lack of amenities and desperate need for aid, Sam created her first radio documentary with interviews and reports from her trip, stirring up public awareness and drumming up extra support for Oxfam’s Syria Crisis campaign. Her 2015 TEDx talk ‘The Enduring Power of Radio to change lives’ was inspired by her work visiting countries in conflict & striving to find a more effective way of local community projects being able to reach larger audiences of young people. She has been a mentor for the national prison radio network, contributing towards workshops at HMS Brixton, as well as collaborating with CARE international & The Mayor of London’s office for their International Women’s Day programming.
She’s also an advocate for mental health within the nightlife industries and has been a guest speaker about the topic at AVA Belfast, The University of Indonesia, Tag CDMX in Mexico City & London Music conference at Fabric. Her experiences of burn out and the relentless ‘hussle culture’ of the music industry prompted her to train as a sound mediation teacher, and she consults with corporate and private clients under the moniker IO Project (link to www.ioprojecthq.co.uk). Delivering welcoming sessions with a contemporary attitude so they’re accessible & meaningful to a sophisticated, cool, urban clientele. Recent IO Project clients include Google, OTO CBD, Wilderness & Soho House.
With a theatre degree from Goldsmith’s university behind her, Sam is know for pushing creative boundaries & her willingness to experiment. She’s performed at the National Theatre as part of their River Stage programming with Puppets for Guts. She’s an experienced and adaptable voice over artist, and available for soundtrack curation of film, TV, theatre, branded spaces & gaming. Recent soundtrack clients include Selfridges, The National Theatre, Rambert Dance Company & Gymbox.
Recent DJ Clients: Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Group / Carnaby Street / Samsung / San Miguel
“An absolute delight to work with. No one rocks a party like Goldierocks.’
“She could be the most influential woman in pop.”
“The country’s coolest radio show.”
The Sunday Times
“Stunning and she smashed it.”
Rolling Stones Carnaby Street Christmas Lights
“Festival it girl, touring DJ and international party know all.”
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