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Las Vegas—After a week that didn’t see any road action—we were plenty busy with DJ Expo in Atlantic City, N.J.—America’s Best DJ Summer Tour Presented by Pioneer DJ & DJ Times resumes in our country’s great playland—Vegas, baby.
Indeed, we’ll work two Sin City events for a pair of America’s Best DJ nominees this weekend. On Saturday night, DJ Vice—one of America’s most versatile party jocks—will rock Tao Nightclub. Then, it’s a [...] Continue reading
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left; height: 117px; padding: 0 10px 50px 0; width: 175px;" /> Morgan Page earned a Grammy nomination last year (Best Remixed Recording for Nadia Ali’s “Fantasy”), but for many DJs and producers, Page’s quick tips on Twitter have been providing nuggets of inspiration and valuable advice—in the studio and out.
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Can shadowing potential customers on Twitter pay dividends for DJs by opening up the spigot and allowing more bookings to flow into their coffers?
DeeJay Woody from Louisville thinks so.
“With Twitter, it’s a little different ballgame than Facebook,” he says. “It’s about harnessing the…