G.L.A.M. Presents StoneBridgeJuly 24th, 2007
G.L.A.M. presents: StoneBridge
After the huge success of the 3 year anniversary last weekend, G.L.A.M. will make sure the 4th year will be an even bigger success. The kick-off of this 4th year will be with the release party of the cd from a big name international artist: StoneBridge.
On Saturday the 10th of August G.L.A.M. presents the official release party of his new album ‘Music takes me’ in the Escape, Amsterdam.
StoneBridge needs little or no introduction. Released in October 2004 to overwhelming international acclaim, his debut artist album Can’t Get Enough made StoneBridge a household name all over the world. The singles Put ‘Em High and Take Me Away, both UK Top Ten hits, have to date been released in over 24 countries. StoneBridge is now getting ready to release his follow up artist album Music Takes Me and the single SOS, already riding high on charts all over the world.
StoneBridge will be supported this night by several young Dutch upcoming DJ stars: Quintino and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano. Of course the resident dj of G.L.A.M. will also give act de presence, D’Rashid.
Quintino is getting more and more name in the Dutch scene, playing several small and big parties all over Holland. This year he even is the resident dj of the Nope = Dope events in Chersonissos, Greece. This young enthusiastic and energetic DJ will bring you the true ‘house feeling’.
Sunnery & Ryan are a fantastic duo who gets the crowd rocking from the first moment of their set with a groovy and funky sound. The chemistry between them and the audience is unique and their sets are very uplifting.
D’Rashid lives Latin-house. He is the man behind the biggest Dutch Latin festival Latin Village and the one and only Latin-house parties Salsa Lounge. Besides being a dj, D’Rashid is also a good producer. On the new Latin Village cd are several of his latest productions.
The night will be hosted by MC Andy Sherman.
This all together will bring you a night of fresh sounds from young promising new dj’s as well as the sound of the established big names.
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