Long who was most popular as a moderator on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2 and Top of the Pops passed on at home on Christmas Day 25 December with her family.
She kicked the bucket following a short sickness, her representative affirmed to the BBC. Tim Davie, the BBC’s chief general, depicted her as a heavenly moderator who was cherished across the business.
Long’s vocation spread over fifty years. She has facilitated the evening show on BBC Radio Wales starting around 2017. Since quite a while ago turned into a public telecaster when she joined BBC Radio 1 out of 1983. She was the main lady to have her own every day show on the radio broadcast.
The same year, she became the main moderator of Top of the Pops. She was also one of the main hosts of the Live Aid program for a good cause in 1985. Since a long time ago was known for her broad information on music and her capacity to draw in crowds.
The Liverpool-conceived moderator likewise had an ear for recognizing future stars. Long outstandingly gave the late Amy Winehouse her first radio meeting. Different craftsmen and groups to whom she has offered a first reprieve incorporate Adele, The Smiths, Richard Hawley, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and Scouting for Girls. During her profession, Long was an adjudicator for the Mercury Music Awards just as a benefactor of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, which was established by Sir Paul McCartney.
Since a long time ago had likewise sought after acting in her initial life. She was an individual from Merseyside Youth Drama and featured in lead jobs inverse Sue Jenkins and Dean Sullivan. Performers, associates and fans have honored Long via online media following the fresh insight about her demise.
Scottish vocalist musician Midge Ure composed Dreadful news. Janice remained with us on the pitch at Wembley Stadium as we reported Live Aid. A transmission legend and outright music darling.
The bassist of Joy Division, Peter Hook, added: Such tragic news about Janice Long. She was dependably an incredible companion and an extraordinary ally of our music.