2016 starts my 26th year as a professional Disc Jockey in South Florida. I have performed for thousands of people and specialize in weddings and corporate events
My Disc Jockey career began at the legendary Hot Wheels Skating Center in Kendall, where I was taught how to be an entertainer as well as DJ and I feel that this has made me into the person as well as the professional I am today. To me, being a DJ is not just about playing music; it’s about entertaining a crowd and having personality. I love to control the energy and emotion of the crowd with music selection.
I’m a very nostalgic person and I like to think of myself as being versed in many styles of music but have a very strong love for the old Miami Bass, Freestyle and Electric Funk, scene of the 1980s and the disco and funk sounds of the 1970’s. I love to play the classics and am always “digging” for great tracks to bring back!
During my career, I have also had the opportunity to perform at various roller and ice skating rinks around Florida as well as several popular night clubs and I Hosted the “Friday Night Live” broadcast On Thunder Country 100.3 for four years
I am involved with Special Olympics Miami, The American cancer Society, The American Red Cross and various other charitable organizations in South Florida. I have been fortunate to work with them for many years and each event is a highlight for me.