Andrew Marston is one of the longest running BBC Music Introducing presenters in the UK. As well as his extensive work in radio and online, Andrew's a music producer and club DJ. He landed his first nightclub residency at the age of 14 and, three years later, started making radio for the BBC.
Andrew was the first person to give airtime to the likes of chart toppers Ellie Goulding and Becky Hill and has now been presenting his BBC Introducing show for nearly 15 years. He's also held a number of long-term DJ residencies at more than 10 venues, performed at countless festivals and has done several shows with Ibiza Rocks. In total, he's spent more than half a lifetime behind the record decks.
He's also had success in putting forward artists and, in some instances, running his own stage at events including Glastonbury, Reading + Leeds, Radio 1's Big Weekend, T In The Park, The Montreal Jazz Festival, Worcester Music Festival, The Hay Festival, HopFest, Nozstock, Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park, MappFest, The Colwall Music Festival, Wyeside, The Big Chill and LakeFest.