Winner of BBMs most promising southern Irish DJ and plenty of air-time on 2FM has seen Conor go from strength to strength in the Irish DJ scene. This is how it came to be.
A DJ since he was 13 years old, Conors 1st radio experience was as a spinner on Kiss Fm103.2 – overnights and weekends.
Conor then progressed to his own shows when the infamous Pulse FM started in 1996 with weekend morning shows and for the summer an afternoon slot.
A good solid show presenter, with an excellent on air voice, Conor soon became one of the stations main presenters.
After leaving school in 1998 Conor went on to be a full time DJ, still on Pulse doing drive – time for a year, whilst gigging at night. He moved to week day evenings before settling into a more specialist show on Saturday evenings.
A move in July 2000 to Nova 94.7FM as Joint Station Manager, with areas of responsibility including ad voiceovers and production, a role he still enjoys. He took up the drive-time show alongside Ronan O, which became very popular with Dublin clubbers and naturally at this stage a career as a busy club DJ began.
A regular at some of the countryâs top clubs, a monthly residency with UK super-club Cream in Dublin and a Saturday night residency at Club Mono, playing alongside some of the worlds leading DJ names and his on air skills is what lead to Conor being snapped up by national station 2fm when an opening was left by none other than Boy George.
Now at 26 Conor has just landed Sunday nights in one of the biggest clubs in the country Spirit and he now presents his G-Spot show, Fridays to the nation on 2FM,to Europe on satellite and to the world on 2fm.ie.
Some of the highlights of Conors DJ career have been sets at Creamfields, Oxegen, Global Gathering at home and abroad Es Paradis, Bora Bora,Coastline and Lashed @ Eden in Ibiza, as well as regular trips to the USA.