DJ Miss Chan

I was a DJ on 95bFM from 1987 to 2000. I had a Saturday afternoon slot and was the first female host of the Zambesi Jazz Show. I also helped to set up the subscriber bCard at the station in 1988.

An interview about my time at bFM appears on the bFM Historical Society, celebrating its 40th anniversary, which aired in April 2009.

During the late 90s I was asked to DJ at private parties, corporate functions and bars and clubs around Auckland. Venues included Khuja Lounge, Buddha Bar, Dragon Bar, Leigh Sawmill Café, Tabac, Angle Bar, Safari Lounge, The Supper Club and Herzog.

The Miss Chan DJ style mixes up groove, jazz, funk, Latin, Cuban, drum’n’bass, downtempo, hip hop, roots and reggae.

As of February 2019, I have returned to the 95bFM Jazz Show on a semi-regular roster. Podcasts can be found here. Reviews and other stuff on the 95bFM Jazz Show's Facebook page.

As of February 2021, I have started DJing vinyl as part of the Hey Ladies posse, playing such venues as Hallertau Riverhead and Hallertau Clevedon. I've also become a regular at Singles Going Steady at Northern Line Bar & Social, Auckland.


Miss Chan Lava interview 1998.pdf Miss Chan Lava interview 1998.pdf
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Postcard for bFM Jazz Show

Beresford St, Music in Parks, 2000

Flyer from Khuja Lounge, 1998

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