Tony Prince is Mr Radio Luxembourg! He started as a night club DJ and worked for the Top Rank organisation in the early sixties. He got an early TV break and presented an early ITV pop music programme, Discs-a-Gogo.
In 1965, he joined the pirate radio station Radio Caroline North on a ship in the Irish Sea by now he was also known as “your royal ruler.”
After the 1967 Marine Offences Act banned pirate radio, he joined Radio Luxembourg. He continued to present programmes after becoming programme director there in 1977.
In 1982 Tony started the Disco Mix Club Show. On returning to Britain, he launched DMC as a record subscription club in 1983. He also launched the magazine Mixmag, later sold to EMAP. Tony Prince continues to run the company, now known as DMC International.