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[divider height=’5′ ]Grosvenor House Ballroom – Park Lane, London (largest ballroom in Europe 2000 people) This gig stood out for DJ Jason Dupuy as being slightly different. Although having played at Grosvenor House on many occasions to a whole host of famous people at various events; on this particular occasion, Jason was standing in for Capital FM Radio DJ and Pop Idol Judge – Foxy.
Jason enjoyed being involved as part of the overall production team consisting of over 40 crew behind the scenes producing, managing, and operating lighting, effects, PA’s, Mic levels, TV Cameras and so on; not to mention 4 days of set installation and breakdown. There was even a TV commentator with a very familiar voice sitting in the booth next to Jason making all the commentary. The gig really made Jason appreciate all the work, effort and logistics that go in to putting on a TV show of that size. Trying to wear 2 pairs of headphones was quite funny as well, one pair of DJ headphones and a pair of production headphones for instructions from the producer.
[divider height=’5′ ]Miami Winter Music Conference 2004. Miami was a very educational experience for Jason. Miami WMC is a kind of pre-season, American, Ibiza where artists and producers are all pushing their new tracks to record labels for the forthcoming summer. All the big promoters have a night on and the week culminates with the Ultra Dance Festival. It was a tough, but thoroughly enjoyable week burning the candle at both ends. DJ Event Parties in the Evening such as Defected, Hed Kandi, Ultra Festival, plus Jason’s own set at Amica on Miami South Beach and then up each morning to attend the actual Conference. There was so much to learn from the pioneers of the music industry. Lectures found useful were, Production, Songwriting & Publishing, Media Relations, Get Signed, Digital Radio, Event Promotion, Legal & Finance (not the most exciting perhaps), Copyright & Piracy (that was also a struggle), New Media Marketing & Revenue Streams and Independent Label. Jason came back from Miami refreshed, rejuvinated and with floods of ideas to implement in to his DJ sets and career for the future. That’s what Jason loves about the music industry – there are so many facets there is always somewhere to improve, so he is constantly refining ideas to keep ahead. The Miami Music Conference demonstrated the diversity of expertise involved across the Industry and now Jason could begin to understand the depth of knowledge required to succeed in each area and have the contacts to help. [divider height=’5′ ]U.E.F.A. Champions League Final – Wembley 2011. Jason Dupuy was asked to mix up a DJ set consisting of Lounge Music and Chillout for the breaks and after party for the biggest match of the football calendar. The stadium held 90,000 people that day. Platinum DJs also provided DJ Vicky Devine (from Judgement Sundays, Ibiza) and DJ Michelle Ericsson (U.S.A.) to perform in the V.I.P. and V.V.I.P. parties. A very high profile event with royal families, politicians, players and celebrities in attendance. [divider height=’5′ ]National Radio – New Zealand 2004. A one hour Funky House/Electro set live on national radio in New Zealand. DJ Jason Dupuy particularly enjoyed this as it was a new experience and honour for him to be let loose on the decks; live on national radio. There were telephone calls coming in from listeners in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Queenstown, Dunedin and Christchurch – all complimentary about the fresh music Jason had been testing out in clubs back home in London and Ibiza that summer. Kiwis are lovely people with open minded musical tastes which made it a privilege and memorable highpoint in Jason’s DJ career for sure. They are always up for a good party! [divider height=’5′ ]B.B.C. Christmas Party 2001 – 2003. This was Jason’s first TV channel event. Once the party got swinging he could relax and enjoy the spectacle of B.B.C employees and the occasional presenter going for it on the stage or tables surrounding the dance floor – true entertainment. [divider height=’5′ ]El Divino’s – Ibiza 2004. A great tick in the box for Jason’s personal DJ achievements at the time – the opportunity to play at the Dance Music Mecca of the world – Ibiza – in the days of Vinyl – amazing. [divider height=’5′ ]BBC 1 Television Appearance. Jason Dupuy was filmed DJ ing for the E-Bay (UK) Launch Party. [divider height=’5′ ]Performing with Craig David, Kano and Fraser Smith in 2008 promoting their new singles, “This is the Girl” and “Bad Boy.” [divider height=’5′ ]Pixie Lott 2010 – 2011. Jason Dupuy has been the DJ with Pixie Lott on numerous occasions across the UK to help promote her music (No.1. in the UK charts) and Pixie’s clothing collection at Lipsy. [divider height=’5′ ]Alesha Dixon – 2009. Jason Dupuy has been the DJ for the X Factor Judge, winner of B.B.C.’s “Strictly Come Dancing and member of the girl band, Mis-Teeq. [divider height=’5′ ]Swan Yamaha / GB Moto British Superbike Teams. Jason provided the entertainment for the 2011 British Superbike Final Round at Brands Hatch, where track owner, Johnathan Palmer quoted the race between Tommy Hill and John Hopkins from Moto GP as the most exciting conclusion to any championship he has ever witnessed. Dubbed as “Party of the Paddock” all the other teams and riders enjoyed dancing and celebrating in to the early hours of the morning. 50,000 people were at Brands Hatch that day – What a Party !!! [divider height=’5′ ]B.A.F.T.A. Film Awards 2007. DJ Jason Dupuy was asked to provide DJ entertainment for the prestigious B.A.F.T.A. Film Awards in 2007. Obviously great to be involved at such a well known and anticipated black tie event in the television industry. [divider height=’5′ ]Global DJ Event – 1 Marylebone, London. International DJ event with DJs from Australia, India, China, South America and Jason representing Europe. Global attendance of 1000 V.I.P.s with interesting variations of Dance Music. [divider height=’5′ ]South Africa 2015 – Wedding in Stellenbosch with traditional wedding and club music. [divider height=’5′ ]Holland 2013 – Equestrian Event, playing Tech House. [divider height=’5′ ]Saab 75th Birthday – Ice party with Lounge, Beach and Tech House mixed up with Swedish artists. Held at London Film Museum. [divider height=’5′ ]Sound – Leicester Square (2003 – 2005) as headline act mixing up a chunky set of RnB, Hip Hop, Garage and Urban. Jason Dupuy frequently worked alongside Radio 1 DJ Trevor Nelson performing to 2000 people at one of London’s most famous night spots in the epicentre of London’s commercial club land, Leicester Square. [divider height=’5′ ]“House of Fun” @ Carling Academy – Islington (2006). A blast from the past mixing some old vinyl, predominantly 70’s, 80’s and Funky Disco. This gave Jason Dupuy the opportunity to learn more about the older genres and play cool but familiar tracks in his DJ set alongside live acts to create an awesome atmosphere. Capacity 1500. [divider height=’5′ ]Oxygen – Leicester Square, (2004 – 2005). A cool two level club in the well known Leicester Square. Jason Dupuy DJ sets covered Funky House, Electro, Uplifting House and Club Classics. Capacity 600. [divider height=’5′ ]Electric Ballroom – Camden (2006). A large club with 2000 capacity set in the trendy Camden Town area of London. Jason had to cater for a multitude of music tastes here with a mixture of age groups and cultures both locals and tourists. Music was kept mainstream and versatile across Current Chart, Commercial House, RnB, 70’s and 80’s. [divider height=’5′ ]Liquid Blue – Mayfair (2006). A very exclusive DJ club with a 200 capacity. Music policy was kept very up to date and commercial. Intimate venue as dance floor and stage in close proximity to the DJ booth which gave great feedback to each performance. [divider height=’5′ ]Callaghan’s – Piccadilly Circus (1999 – 2001). Set right next to all the bright lights of Piccadilly Circus and a capacity of 300 there are some vivid memories of plenty of busy nights held there. Platinum DJs promoted the nights with their street team and promotional staff. Music policy was Rock, Indie, Oldies and Irish, leading to much dancing on the tables and bar. [divider height=’5′ ]Old Cobblers – Holborn (2000). A regular Friday night jaunt for 400 of London’s financial district and after a few beers they knew how to party! Again a mixture of up to date genres with some 70’s and 80’s. [divider height=’5′ ]Yates – Leicester Square (2004). Thursday nights – capacity 750. DJ Jason Dupuy played to largely a RnB, Hip Hop crowd and used the opportunity to enhance the atmosphere VJ ing with some videos and visuals. Jason often found himself walking between the 3 clubs he was DJing at in Leicester Square to play a set at each. Lots of stamina required. [divider height=’5′ ]Club Ten – St Pauls, London 2010 to present. Guest DJ in the basement of 5 Star Grange Hotel. [divider height=’5′ ]Henry’s – Richmond (2007). Capacity 500. Funky House, Electro, RnB. Lively late licence bar which developed quite a following. [divider height=’5′ ]Music Production [divider height=’5′ ] Ravealdi – DJ Jason Dupuy
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