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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Dee Jay Silver

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In today’s music, it is common to hear a remix of some of your favorite songs; even heartfelt power ballads have turned into dance hits with the help of some of music’s most talented DJs. And just when you thought DJ’ing couldn’t become anymore unique, enter Dee Jay Silver, the first DJ to be signed to a major Nashville record label. Dee Jay has played in premier venues in virtually every major market in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, but has ultimately found his home in Nashville. Whether he is touring with Jason Aldean and playing in sold out stadiums, performing on the American Country Awards, or remixing the work of some of country’s best known artists, Dee Jay is bringing his talents to the fans of country music in a myriad of ways. Dee Jay took some time out of his day of “bad television” while he recovered from the ACAs in Las Vegas to talk with me about his music, his favorite tour stop to date, and his future plans (which included getting back to Nashville stat!). 

The Night Train Rides Into Stadiums in 2013

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Tuesday was the release of Jason Aldean‘s newest album, “Night Train,” and he certainly shot out of the station at high speed. Today, Jason made major surprise announcement when he shared the news of stadium dates planned for his 2013 Night Train Tour.

Jason kicked off the day at Boston’s Fenway Park to announce his July 13, 2013 date, making history as the first country artist to ever play within the confines of the Green Monstah. Then, he traveled to Chicago’s Wrigley Field this afternoon and announced a July 20 tour stop. The lifelong Georgia Bulldogs fan ended the day in Athens, Georgia by surprising a crowd of UGA students who thought they were attending a pep rally. When the curtain dropped, Jason appeared to reveal that he will hold the first ever concert at Sanford Stadium on April 13, 2013. He followed the surprise with a special performance for fans.