DJ duo are all set to spin the decks to raise money for various charities

DJ duo, the 90s Revival, will be bringing back their weekly lockdown live sets to raise money for charity.

Dave and Benno hosting a set from their kitchen
Dave and Benno hosting a set from their kitchen

The 90s livestreams, hosted by Dave Prince and Paul Bennett, will be free to watch and supporters will be able to make a donation to a different charity each week.

The first livestream on January 16 at 6pm will be dedicated to their number one fan, Georgia Pearson, and will be raising money for the Down’s Syndrome Association.

Georgia, aged 16, has Down’s Syndrome and came across the 90s Revival on Facebook with her mother, Nikki Joyce, at the start of the pandemic. And they have never missed a show since.

Georgia, 90s Revival's number one fan

Nikki said: “Georgia absolutely adores them. They helped us both cope through lockdown.”

Dave and Paul have been hosting online DJ sets since the pandemic began, attracting up to 50,000 views per show.

The 90s Revival will live stream their shows from their Facebook page, beginning Saturday, January 16 at 6pm.

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