Graham Rhoden Obituary, Death – We are all in a state of sadness because Graham Rhoden played such an important part in the development of dance music in the UK, and his loss today has left us all in a state of shock. Even though many of you presumably aren’t familiar with his name, he has made an uncountable number of contributions to both the corporate sector and the community in which he lives. Even though many of you probably aren’t aware with his name. Graham was the owner of The Doncaster Warehouse and The Earl Of Doncaster, two businesses that hold a very special place in our hearts and were both named after him. Due of the aforementioned reasons, we will never forget Graham. At a time when rave culture was thought of as being anti-establishment, he built the Doncaster Warehouse in the early 1990s as a place for up-and-coming bands. During this time, the Doncaster Warehouse acted as a venue.
It is impossible to overestimate the significance of Graham’s contribution to our Strictly Tidy event, which attracted such a large number of people and was such a success that we have chosen to have it once more in September of this year. The event was attended by so many people and experienced such great success that we have decided to host it once more. He had a significant role in the development of a number of musicians that are considered to have the highest potential in the dance music industry. These artists include Carl Cox, Timo Mass, Altern-8, M-Zone, Fabio & Grooverider, as well as many others.
Additionally, Graham was a co-founder of the Cheswold Park Hospital in Doncaster and made significant investments in a number of charity organizations in the city. As a result, he has left behind a legacy that will continue on for all of eternity. We are in complete and absolute astonishment at hearing the news of his departure, and we are going to miss this remarkable man very, very much. We are keeping his family and friends in our prayers as we go through this difficult time. Please join us in doing the same. Graham Rhoden, may you rest in peace.