Graeme Park was one of the first DJs to champion the house sound in the UK, starting out at Nottingham's The Garage club in 1986 and first playing at FAC51 the Haçienda at The Northern House Revue in February 1988.
Later in that Second Summer Of Love, he became resident at the club when Mike Pickering went on his first ever holiday for three weeks and on his return, Mike asked him to join him weekly at the now legendary Nude Friday nights at the Haçienda, giving rise to one of the first and best DJing super-duos, “Park & Pickering”.
In the eight years that followed at FAC51, Graeme took over the Saturday night residency from 1992 to 1996, indulging his tastes for the purest US garage vocals and dubs along with the similarly inspired Tom Wainwright. During this period he also played at the world's top clubs with the likes of Junior Vasquez at New York’s The Sound Factory, Frankie Knuckles, Roger Sanchez, Tony Humphries, and pretty much everyone on the circuit.
After the closure of the Haçienda in 1997 Graeme continued to be one of the most in-demand DJs in the world with spots at major UK clubs such as Cream, Home, Ministry Of Sound.