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An Evening to Benefit Elliott Grance Thursday, FEB 4 2016 at Studio Paris

Join us as we rally together to support one of our own. Danny Grance, a member of our Studio Paris management team, sadly learned recently that his two-year-old son, Elliott, is battling a life-threatening brain tumor called glioblastoma. To support Danny and his family through this extremely difficult time, please join us for a special fundraising event at Studio Paris on Thursday, February 4. The night will feature a live deejay set by Tony Arzadon, and proceeds from the evening will go to benefit the Grance family as well as the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, where Elliott is currently being treated.
If you are unable to attend the event but would like to make a donation, please visit Elli​ot​​t’s GoFundMe page to make a contribution today.

For details go to http://goo.gl/jTtYtU.
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Get down with +Zen Freeman and special guest +Skylar Grey this Thursday! For tix & table reservations => https://goo.gl/bqEAWQ
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Come party with a purpose this Thursday! 
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT DJ IRIE:
DJ IRIE: THE SURREAL LIFE Take for example the night DJ Irie was spinning at Robert Downey Jr.’s private birthday bash held at Downey’s Malibu mansion. As the story goes, party host Jamie Foxx was on the mic while Irie had a crowd of Hollywood elites like Jodi Foster, Tobey Maguire, Samuel L. Jackson, etc. partying to a remix of Sting and Police’s classic hit Roxanne. Sometime during the mix, Sting (Yes, that Sting!!) grabbed the mic and started singing along. “I was thinking, wow is this really happening,” recalls Irie. “I couldn’t believe that the same music-loving boy from Miami was actually spinning while Sting rocked out to his mix.”

That same young boy was actually born in St. Croix of the Virgin Islands and raised in Miami. Ironically it was his stay on another Caribbean Island that set in motion what would become his career. While attending a private boarding school in Jamaica, the ever technically inclined Irie rigged up some speakers, borrowed his roommate’s (future multi-platinum reggae artist Sean Paul’s) Casio, wired his own system, then commenced to spending all his free time hunting for records (actual records too, not CDs) to play on his contraption. “I remember how happy I was to get that new hot record,” Irie says, about those days. “I wasn’t DJing for anyone else at the time, but I just had to have it.” That love grew from a hobby when Irie moved back home to Miami. A few years later, he began spinning at local parties. Years of hard work and determination later have propelled Irie past the level of hotshot DJ to his position as an immovable staple of Miami’s world-renowned party scene.

These days Irie, who has the number one mix-show on Miami’s WEDR 99 JAMZ is known (The Miami Herald and Miami Tribune are among those who say so) as Miami’s number one DJ, and while he is no doubt a skilled turntable maestro, a large part of what makes him great is less tangible. “I sense the (crowd’s) vibe is going in a certain direction then thatÕs what dictates what the music is going to be,” he says. “It could be anything. It might be house or classics or Latin or hip hop to start the journey. And then once the journey starts, it’s about continuing on that vibe and going where that vibe takes us. To me that’s what DJing is all about.” That perspective has also made Irie, known for his immense energy, an almost ubiquitous presence in what some call the champagne life. Catch him on the tables at NBA All Star Weekend, VH1 Pepsi Superbowl Fan Jam, Fortune Magazine’s 40 Under 40, huge jet-setting events in countries including Germany, Switzerland, Austria, or in the Bahamas & St. Marten where he travels fifteen times a year to helm music at their hottest events and clubs. It can almost be said if you haven’t experienced a DJ Irie party then you’re not attending the right kind of parties. Oh yeah, besides the events, there’s that other gig of his, spinning as the official DJ for the Miami Heat. This job brings us to the next surreal moment. SURREAL The Miami Heat (D-Wade, Shaquille OÕNeal, those Heat) had just beaten the Dallas Mavericks for the 2006 NBA champion. Irie was in attendance and hanging near the team’s locker room when Heat legend Alonzo Mourning pulled him into inside to join the celebration. “I was in there popping bottles and celebrating with them,” Irie recalls. “This was something I’d seen as a kid on TV. I never thought I’d be part of a world championship celebration. I never a million years thought I’d get an NBA championship ring. I look back and say wow that all happened because I followed my passion of music.”

Irie’s passion has also lead to success in many entrepreneurial ventures. He has built a flourishing consulting firm: Artist Related, which includes a roster of some of Miami’s hottest DJs not named Irie: DJ Erok, Jessica Who, and DJ Sandman. Irie has also built himself into a brand that collaborates with other well known brands including Adidas, Creative Recreation, Specialty Automotive Treatments, and Levinson Jewelers. Most recently, the man who has been featured all over (Late Night With Conan OÕbrian, CBS “The Early Show,” Good Morning America, the E! channel, MTV, as well as in publications including USA Today, Us Weekly and ESPN the Magazine), was handpicked by New Era to serve as one of their Flag Bearer brand ambassadors and inked ventures with Heineken, and Verizon Wireless. But what would all the business success amount to without Irie using his good fortune to help a greater cause? Irie has become an enthusiastic philanthropist, efforts highlighted by Irie Weekend, an event-filled collection of events, which benefitted the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami. Irie Weekend will continue, but going forward will benefit Irie Foundation, Irie’s newly formed philanthropic organization with a mission of supporting the health and social needs of children in South Florida. Irie will continue to spread his charitable works among organizations such as the Make a Wish Foundation, The Special Olympics and the respective foundations of friends like Dwayne Wade and Alonzo Morning.

DJ, brand, entertainer, philanthropist, Irie is humongous yes, but he hasn’t forgotten what’s got him to this point, which is why no matter where in the world you catch him, it is sure to be an experience. “If I’m not leaving everything on those turntables during my performance then I’m selling myself short. And that means the crowd didn’t get everything I had to give and will leave with a perception of me that’s really not accurate,” he says. “I never want that to happen, so I do it every time like it’s my last time.” SURREAL For Irie, the list of surreal moments goes on, but best to do what’s necessary to enjoy an Irie-spun experience and claim the next surreal moment as your own.

For details go to http://goo.gl/JWFCMA.
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT ZEN FREEMAN:
Zen Freeman is a staple at red carpet events and international sold out festivals around the globe. Unique electro-house productions are Freeman’s pride and promise with highly acclaimed tracks released on powerhouse labels including, Fly Eye Recordings, Black Hole Recordings and Magik Muzik. Aside from label releases, Freeman’s talents have evolved into a brand, landing him among world renowned artists, fashion moguls and corporate leaders as go-to source for music scoring and live sets.

Since 2013, the Freeman star has soared upwards following official remixes for the multi-platinum artists Phoenix, Calvin Harris and Paul Oakenfold. “Dance Bitch,” a collaboration with Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad exploded on the dance music charts and set the internet on fire, receiving praise from publications including Spin, Rolling Stone, Billboard and NME. Immediately succeeding his viral sensation, Freeman released his 2014 “Switch,” a unique electro-house banger along with dBerrie on Calvin Harris’ Fly Eye label; gathering substantial support from electronic music trailblazers David Guetta, Afrojack, Fedde Le Grand, Bob Sinclair, Thomas Gold and the label head himself, Calvin Harris.

Popular in the film festival circuit, Freeman has been invited to perform at Cannes, Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals catapulting his name to fashion giants Vogue, Vanity Fair, Prada, Burberry, Chanel, Tommy Hilfiger for whom he now frequently DJs. Following a two year residency at Hakkasan (Las Vegas), Freeman recently joined an acclaimed lineup of residents at sBE’s new LiFE nightclub in Las Vegas. From the clubs to high profile affairs such as Entertainment Tonight’s EMMY awards after-party, Victoria’s Secret “What Is Sexy?” party and Elton John’s post-Oscar party, Freeman’s ability to capture the energy of his crowd and channel their vibes through his music selection shines bright.

For details go to http://goo.gl/lUkRcW
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT DJ ARKITEK:
With a mix show on iHeartRadio and the biggest nightclub residencies in Chicago, there’s no question as to why DJ Arkitek is quickly becoming one of the nation’s premier DJs. His high-energy sets and eclectic selection continually reinforces his climb to the top. Arkitek’s ability to draw the best musical selections of any genre is what landed him one of the few coveted spots as a Studio Paris (Chicago) resident DJ. Regularly playing alongside industry heavyweights such as Kaskade, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Afrojack and Snoop Dogg has further refined his skills as a top notch entertainer. His talents have brought him to 1OAK, Bootsy Bellows and Supperclub in LA, SET and The Cleavlander in Miami, and all the way to Club Tropicana in Mykonos, Greece. Attracting the attention of airway magnate iHeartRadio in 2013, Arkitek inked a deal with 103.5 KISSfm as a Saturday night on-air mixer. Three years running, his mix show is blasted to an average of 2.4 million listeners a week, where he hones his ability to recognize hit records and influence the masses. He can also be heard playing guest slots on Chicago grassroots station Vocalo 90.7fm as well Sirius XM’s premiere Hip Hop station Shade45. Through his passion for music and relentless work in nightclubs and radio, Arkitek has provided services for clients such as Nike, TiVo, Dom Perignon, Cars.com, Redbull, UNICEF, Macy’s and Don Julio. Keep a lookout for nightclub and festival appearances in your city as his open-format blueprint consistently commands crowds to their feet.

For details go to http://goo.gl/gFP55l
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT TONY ARZADON:
Tony Arzadon, born in Cebu PH, raised in Chicago, USA. Tony’s passion for music transpires from generations in him family blood line. Known for his sexy vocal house grooves with high intensity performance on stage, earning himself an impeccable 250 + gigs a year including residencies in Las Vegas, Chicago, San Diego, LA, SF and Atlantic City.

From 2008 – 2011, life as a touring DJ inspired him to go beyond his musical boundaries. Under the group “Jump Smokers”. Their first hit “Now You See It feat Pitbull” courtesy of Ultra Records became a world wide hit. Soon after, the group remixed music for Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias and others.

In the fall of 2012, he decided to leave the group. Tony released “Moments Feat Nikki K” Courtesy of Juicy Music. A progressive house track with a catchy melody and soon reached Beatport Top 10 Prog/House Chart in less than 6 days of release. His follow up of “I Want You” finished in the top 20 charts soon after. Both songs premiered on XM/ Sirius BPM Dance Channel.

With his diverse musical knowledge, he is determines to release new music. Fusing multi-genre music styles to create his own signature sound.

For details go to http://goo.gl/zZugy8
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY:
Graced with a quick and sometimes sung delivery, along with a unique sense of melody, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony burst out of Cleveland, Ohio in the mid-’90s with a pair of massive hits (“Thuggish Ruggish Bone” and “Tha Crossroads”) along with a great first album, as well as a successful follow-up, and then quickly unraveled. Mainstream interest dropped off toward the tail end of the ’90s, but the group, which underwent a series of lineup changes, continued to release new material via mixtapes and albums throughout the 2000s.

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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

ABOUT CAPTN20:
For most people, the motion picture titled “The Fast and the Furious” may seem like an over exaggerated tale of a bunch of crazy youngsters racing the streets for money and pink slips, spending nights running from the police and days fixing the cars they destroyed the night before. But this was a real part of growing up for Detroit import, Nick Haddad, known in today’s nightlife as DJ Captn20. However, after years of dumping his dollars into race cars and nudie bars, Nick decided to take up a new “hobby” that would keep him out of trouble and in the basement. Little did he know… Teaching himself backwards from CDs to vinyl with a pair of used Technics 1200’s that he ironically got as part of a racing bet, Nick began practicing daily in his basement; like most DJs did. After developing a strong passion for house music, Nick put together his first demo titled “House Cleaning” and hit the streets with it; catching a few lucky breaks at legendary Detroit nightclubs Motor Lounge, LUSH, & Bleu. From there, DJ Captn20 became a household name in the city, holding down residencies three to four nights a week at the area’s most upscale nightclubs and lounges. His style and energy has put him behind the decks at every major venue and event in the Metro Area, and has made him a staple in the Detroit music scene.

Shifting gears, just one year after his intro to the decks, Captn20 formed a music collective known as Basement Beats Productions. Designed to help local talent flourish, Basement Beats has also aided in and been responsible for bringing in talent from all over the world, giving him the opportunity to share the decks with major electronic artists such as Kaskade, NERVO, Cedric Gervais, Fedde le Grand, Rebecca & Fiona, AN21, Sharam, Chris Lake, Manufactured Superstars, Colette, and others, as well as renowned turntablists such as the late DJ A.M., DJ Jazzy Jeff, Vice and the infamous S.K.A.M. Artist Crew. No stranger to the celebrity world, Captn20 has been called on to perform for such names as Sean “DIDDY” Combs, Jennifer Lopez, The Kardashians, Miley Cyrus, Hugh Jackman, Big Sean, Lil Jon, Lupe Fiasco, MTV’s Jersey Shore, and Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih to name a few. Still shifting gears and at top speed, Captn20 is currently hitting major cities all over North America. In the process of producing his first major EP release, you can definitely expect to see more of this Motor City gear head from the “Basement”…if you can catch him.

For details go to http://goo.gl/7v1jI9
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The 2016 WinterLIFT is your all-access pass to Studio Paris shows all winter long. Check out the hottest DJs and A-list talent, from Diplo and A-Trak to Gareth Emery and VICE. Skip the line and skip the cold. Get your WinterLIFT today.

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