disc jockey


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disc jockey

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From 1979 to 1985 he became chairman of the West Yorkshire Association of Disc Jockeys and during his chairmanship participated in many fundraising and charity events in the area.
5 manages to eke out an existence by having its disc jockeys promote live shows throughout New England, as well as having disc jockeys do "shout outs" for local businesses.
The disc jockeys I most admire are people like Pete Tong, who is well known on the Ibiza club scene, and singer Boy George.
Disc Jockeys On Call, a Bethesda based deejay company that provides entertainment for wedding and events, has seen their business grow exponentially over the past few years, defying all economic indicators.
Very few radio stations let their disc jockeys choose which songs they'll play; jocks today are paid for their voices, not their musical taste.
Dexheimer had been a morning disc jockey on High Desert Broadcasting's Radio Station KWJL before his illness.
Honoring longtime Antelope Valley radio personality Loren Dexheimer, who died last January at age 70, the show will feature big band singer Lauren Koval along with disc jockey Chuck Cecil of ``The Swingin' Years.
BALTIMORE -- The recent news surrounding Peter Jennings' diagnosis of lung cancer and the recent death of Baltimore radio disc jockey legend Bob Lopez has brought the issue of lung cancer to the forefront and is prompting Marylanders to look at their own risk factors.
Master of ceremonies Gary Bryan, a disc jockey on K-EARTH FM-101, kept the crowd entertained between half a dozen musical artists.
Detroit-area radio station WOMC disc jockey Dick Purtan served as the master of ceremonies.
2 million campaign for WHRB-FM, Harvard University's student radio station, where she has served as trustee since 1991 and served as president, business manager and, in college, as a disc jockey.
Word-of-mouth remains critical, but Chavarria's patient found her through a Spanish-language radio broadcast network and its immensely popular disc jockey who allegedly recommended her to his listeners.
BigsNYC plans to bring 20 to 45 children up to 13 years of age, together with their "matches" or mentors, for a day of sports, arts and crafts, a disc jockey, some special surprises.