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disc jockey

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com will proclaim its dedication to meeting the printing demands of time-starved, cost-conscious consumers in a series of radio spots voiced by legendary disc jockey Rick Dees, breaking today on 102.
A videotape obtained from the club by police showed the disc jockey being attacked as he tried to assist security personnel in removing the group from the club, according to police reports.
Bhuvi, Disc jockey, said: " This album has got peppy numbers, dance numbers.
MEET die new Tony Blackburn, ex-commercial station disc jockey Andy Peebles.
NORTHRIDGE -- Police expect popular morning radio disc jockey Renan Almendarez Coello -- known as El Cucuy -- to surrender for questioning today in a New Year's Day incident involving his son.
formerly a radio disc jockey, deputy superintendent of Boston's public school system, an educational consultant, and a frequent contributor to the "New York Review of Books"), An eloquent approach to the politics and historical significance of pop-culture, Boogaloo is an explorative documentation of the what a difference the Afro-American culture had in influencing the movement of America's transitional decades and from which trend to the next.
Joyner does give the reader a deep sense of black history, taking you through his days as a boy in Tuskegee, Alabama, traveling with his family through segregated America, to performing with Lionel Richie before the Commodores' fame, to being a college disc jockey, rising to a professional in small to large markets.
The company, whose name is a clever riff that pokes fun at complacency among Japanese youths, was launched 11 years ago by designer, producer, musician and disc jockey Nigo, a self-professed 'Planet of the Apes' fanatic.
A burly, pony-tailed Harvard dropout, Jonathan first worked as a disc jockey for college radio stations and a record-store clerk, all the while writing protest songs.
Best known for: Being Radio One's first disc jockey.
For the next forty-some years he covered the local scene: He took pictures of steel workers, Negro League baseball players, and neighborhood kids; he made portraits of a coal miner, a female disc jockey, a soda jerk, and a policeman; he photographed visiting leaders like John F.
A MAN who posed as a radio disc jockey when he harassed young girls with obscene phone calls had his sentence adjourned yesterday for two years.
Chitown disc jockey Tom Joyner hosts a syndicated show (Monday-Saturday, 6-10 a.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Disc Jockey "Peace" is a mobile entertainer who owns and operates Awesome Entertainment in Pasadena, California.
Live Aid hero Bob Geldof has signed up to become a disc jockey.