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DJ DAVID M

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DJ David M. Biography

Born and raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, DJ David M. started his career spinning at his college radio station and soon after graduation landed DJ residencies at some of New York City’s hottest nightspots. Now spinning for well over a decade as a professional mobile and club disc jockey David continues to rock the party and fill the dance floor. His music catalogue includes all the Hits from the Golden Oldies to Today and the very best of Latin and World Music proving to be a highly versatile and all encompassing Disc Jockey.

David’s many years of experience deejaying hundreds of weddings, corporate and private events plus, his welcoming persona and positive vibe ensures the perfect working conditions for an amazing party. His versatility and extensive collection of music has enabled him to custom tailor for every occasion. DJ David M. works closely with clients to find the perfect mix of music that will set the mood and create a unique and memorable event.

Some of the venues where David has spun include Nell’s, Crash Mansion, The MoMA, The Metropolitan Opera House, Brooklyn Museum, Cipriani’s Wall St, Angel Orensanz, Santos Party House, Le Poisson Rouge, The Maritime Hotel, SOB’s and a DJ appearance on FOX 5’s Good Day NY. David has worked as the official DJ for the Tony award-winning “Color Purple” on Broadway cast party, American Ballet Theatre’s “Noche Latina” Celebration, a Calhoun School Fundraiser, Tony Bennett’s birthday party and celebrity weddings where he made many a Hollywood star dance. He is a regular at private events in the Hamptons and consistently booked for weddings, corporate and special events within the tri-state area. His DJ travels include Australia, Brazil, San Francisco, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Boston and Atlanta. DJ David M. also hosts regular weekly parties in NYC.

 

 

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