Definition of deejay
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Local radio deejay Lanny West was a strong supporter of Harmony, giving them an opportunity to appear on a live concert series normally focused on national bands.
Harris, the deejay told British GQ magazine in a revealing articled published on Wednesday.
Practices are sparingly attended—80 fans dotting metal bleachers, no security, no deejay spinning tunes.
A dance party is planned where a deejay will play music and challenge participants with Cincinnati Recreation Commission trivia.
Additionally, Drain's business is providing deejay music.
Jackson came to Gary after spending 27 years in music production as a deejay, producer and independent label owner.
Back by popular demand was the After Party, which amped up the happening to a new level of levity with deejay, dancing and desserts.
The former Whiskeytown leader, who brought his band to town to celebrate retiring WXPN deejay host David Dye at the World Cafe Live in March, is back in town in a bigger space.
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Origin and Etymology of deejay
First Known Use: circa 1948See Words from the same year
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