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Synonyms for dj

a person who announces and plays popular recorded music

comment on music to be played

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John Taylor worked on the door, Nick Rhodes DJ'ed for pounds 10 a night, RogerTaylor worked as a glass collector, and Andy Taylor polished the mirrors, painted and cooked burgers.
com) 21 possible uses for its future complex--everything from theatrical and musical productions to outdoor art shows, street fairs, worship services, DJ'ed dance parties and Olympic weight training.
I DJ'ed in Portugal to 1,500 people with six CDs, one record and a microphone, and to get them all dancing was one of the best moments of my life.
By the time you read this column, I'll have travelled over 10,000km (half way round the world), DJ'ed at the Louis Vuitton launch party in Kuala Lumpur, watched the F1 Grand Prix crews test for the Malaysian Grand Prix and met the Prince and Princess of Malaysia.
As part of the 2012 W Hotels and burn studios DJ Lab, L'Acqua has identified a top-tier group of mentors, including: Rob Garza, one half of the DJ duo Thievery Corporation; Paul Nolan, a master audio engineer who has DJ'ed alongside the likes of Mark Farina, DJ Sneak, Hernan Cattaneo and Danny Howells; Jason Bentley, Music Director of Los Angeles-based KCRW and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic, as well as a distinguished music supervisor for film and advertising; and W Hotels Global Fashion Director Jenne Lombardo, who will provide the DJs with direction on style and personal image.