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Attention Promoters & Booking Agents

Discussion in 'Vancouver' started by djstressy, May 13, 2001.

  1. djstressy

    djstressy TRIBE Member

    Attention All Promoters, Booking Agents and Club Managers.

    The purpose of this posting is to advise that I am seeking event bookings.

    Please read my Bio and visit the following link to find out more about me.

    Thanks for your time.
    Cheers !

    Steve
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    http://dancecity.net/toronto/VA-Steve_Hayward_-_Essential_Mix_2001_A-2001-DJ008/

    BIO:

    With over 10 years experience on the turntables, Steve has played for crowds on average of 1000 people every week, and held local residency for the last 5 1/2 years at the Palace Nightclub in Guelph, Ontario.

    Buying his 1st pair of turntables at the age of 14, he began playing at house parties and highschool dances. Eventually landing his first major club gig at The Lyric Nightclub in Kitchener in 94’.

    In addition to the Lyric and The Palace, Steve has also DJ’d at other clubs including Metropolis in Kitchener, the Underground in Guelph, Illusions in Chatham, and The Drink in London.

    Steve has had the opportunity to work along side a long list of talent including Mark Oliver, Iron Mike, Matt C, Janos K, Kenny Glasgow, Gryphon, Mattlok, Everfresh and many others.

    With his exstensive variety of Deep, Disco and Funky US House Music, Steve’s style has often been compared to the likes of Erick Morillo (Subliminal Records, Ministry of Sound).

    Steve's been a featured DJ on Energy Radio's StreetBeat program on various occasions. His first time was along side DJ FreakyFlow & MC Flipside. His other appearances were solo.

    Recently, he was the guest DJ on the Global Groove Network 100.7FM in Toronto, on April 22, 2001, hosted by Dean Russell from Klublife Magazine.

    In 1997, Steve decided to take his music career to a higher level by attending the Trebas Institute of Technology in Toronto, majoring in Recorded Music Production.
    Since then, he's been working part-time remixing and producing at his home studio . . . RPM.


    for more information, please contact Steve at stressy@home.com

    Thanks for your consideration
     

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