Jon Kutner’s Website

My 1000 UK Number One Hits Book is still available to download for a kindle at just £10.39 from Amazon, click here to look or buy.

Take a browse around the galleries of my weekly quiz venues including the technology night and have a look at the comprehensive list of featured artists and dates when they were done.  Just click on quiz venues at the top of the page.

If you are looking to book me for a function why not take a browse at Function DJ page and then contact me directly for a chat about details and pricing.

Every week there is a ‘Single of the Week‘ piece and if you have a track you’d like me to write about, please send your requests via the site by clicking here.

This week it’s another number-related request and it’s the choice of Chris Cavanagh who has asked for the story behind Walk on the Wild side by Lou Reed click on the icon at the top of the page if you would like to read it. You can also view the archive of all past singles of the week by clicking the Single of the Week archive tab at the top of the page.


The Online Quiz

Hmmm, only two maximums last week and look who got them! Interesting! Both players have 65 points whilst van the man and waynek74 and joint second with 63 each. Lovely to see pfirsich holding his own in third place with 62 points. What happened to last week’s leader?? At the end of last week there was five points separating the top 10 players as we head into week eight. The player in 134th position was Generalblee who has done all seven weeks

Week eight is ready to go and I think it’s easier than last week. Good luck. .

Every league has a pre-picked number and the person who ends up in the position at the end of the league, providing you’ve completed 10 or more weeks, will qualify for an ‘extra’ prize. The pre-picked number for this league is number 134.

If there is something you would like me to cover on the ‘Did You Know’ feature, please let me know too. Please make your suggestions via return email or contacting me through the website. Go on, have a think, there must be one!

The age range of the people who do the quiz is so varied with the youngest person (that I know of) being 19 and the oldest (that I know of) being 72.

If you wish to change your username, email address and/or password you can do so clicking ‘change account details’ but don’t forget to save changes afterwards. 

In 50 leagues there have been 17 different winners, can you make it into this elite group?