Club Classics on Saturday 7th September 2019
Club classics makes its return to Stirling on the 7th of September with another top line up of DJ's including DJ Jamie B & Zander Nation for everyone who loves old school and Dance Anthems
DJ JAMIE B
DJ Jamie B is a DJ and music producer from Belfast Northern Ireland, he started his music career aged 18 playing in local clubs around the Belfast area, he began producing music 10 years ago with another two local producers Nova Scotia and Micky Modelle, they were then making songs under the name Ghetto Busterz, they released remixed tracks such as Rhianna, Ne-Yo, the Guru Josh Project and remixes for clubland.
In 2015 Jamie joined Belfast radio station Blast 106 to have his own show named Dreamteam 90’s Dance show this proved to be very successful for him and lead him to then start his own Facebook live show Jamie B old skool anthems for all his followers.
In recent years Jamie B started producing his own music for this show such as Don’t stop the sweet lovin and Million faces which both have over 4 million views on youtube.
Since then Jamie B has been nonstop producing and remixing new and old music giving them that old skool sound that has proven so popular that their songs are regularly played on George Bowie’s GBX anthems show on Clyde One, this then led to Jamie being asked over to play in Ibiza with GBX and also playing at Stereofunk and Colourfest festivals in Scotland, and also some big clubs and festivals in Northern Ireland.
He continues to produce music both on his own and with Nova Scotia and recently remixed the brand new track Home for TTF and his live shows get up to 70k watching him weekly he also has over 100k followers on his Facebook page
Buy your tickets now to see Jamie B Live in Banockburn Miners
Music Genres: Club Classics, EDM, Hard Dance, House, Old Skool
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