DJ, Awards Presenter and Speaker
Goldierocks, AKA Sam Hall, is an international DJ and broadcaster with a celebrity following that includes Madonna, Giorgio Armani, Richard Branson and Jade Jagger (she’s performed exclusively for them all). Her weekly global radio show ‘The Selector’, legendary to those in the know, goes out to a staggering 44 countries; from Vietnam to Russia to Palestine, with Georgia and Libya being the most recent additions to the list. With 4.3 million dedicated weekly listeners, The Sunday Times has described it as “the most cutting-edge British music show out there.”
As well as radio, Sam performs at endless festivals worldwide including Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Latitude, Ibiza Rocks, Burning Man and Lake of Stars to name a mere handful. Then, more unusual venues might be Soviet bunkers in Kazakhstan, inside igloo discos in Austria and on slightly more luxurious super yachts in Monaco. In 2014, she had the opportunity to DJ in Cuba becoming the first ever female DJ from overseas allowed to perform there.
An experienced and adaptable TV presenter, Sam is just as comfortable in a classic studio environment as she is as a roving reporter at festivals. Having been an anchor for 4Music fronting series like ‘BOOM TV’ and ‘Pop Up Pop Quiz’. She’s travelled the UK with the likes of Last FM, Xbox, and Reebok to host their festival coverage. She can confidently move from red carpet coverage to unique online content to factual film. Having hosted the official coverage for Brits.co.uk multiple years in a row, been an anchor for You Tube’s original content program ‘Fash Tag’ and filmed three series of the online show Red Bull Bedroom Jam, as well as fronting BBC2’s ‘Your Body: You Image’ documentary.
Most recently, Goldierocks became the new presenter for Capital Weekend, the brand new weekender show with Capital FM and Ministry of Sound.
She continues to pave the way for female DJ’s and females in broadcasting- being an avid spokes person for equal rights and at the forefront of groups like Sound Women, as a mentor for the Student Radio Association & National Prison Radio Network. It’s no wonder that the Evening Standard says of her ‘…she could be the most influential woman in pop’.