Dj Ego


A lover of music since birth, Dj Ego has been open to all sounds from Country to Heavy Metal, Classical to Rap. In the early 90s while working in Nashville during the summer, he was turned on to the mainstream sound of Electronica when he and his friends would frequent the nightclub Oasis. He got a thrill of how the music would make him and others shake their groove thang on the floor, from that point he was hooked. After graduating from the University of Memphis and moving to Nashville to work, he became more intrigued with Electronica. His co-worker, Justin Samples, also was into Electronica and wanted to become a dj. Justin's roommate, Foohay, had as set of turntables that one day Ego played on. He spent a couple of hours trying to match beats and just playing around and at that point he knew he wanted to dj. Latter that year, Ego had a chance to see Terry Mullans in Nashville. Hearing his style, feeling the music, and seeing how it made people feel good, Ego decided to play house and the rest is history.

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A lover of music since birth, Dj Ego has been open to all sounds from Country to Heavy Metal, Classical to Rap. In the early 90s while working in Nashville during the summer, he was turned on to the mainstream sound of Electronica when he and his friends would frequent the nightclub Oasis. He got a thrill of how the music would make him and others shake their groove thang on the floor, from that point he was hooked. After graduating from the University of Memphis and moving to Nashville to work, he became more intrigued with Electronica. His co-worker, Justin Samples, also was into Electronica and wanted to become a dj. Justin's roommate, Foohay, had as set of turntables that one day Ego played on. He spent a couple of hours trying to match beats and just playing around and at that point he knew he wanted to dj. Latter that year, Ego had a chance to see Terry Mullans in Nashville. Hearing his style, feeling the music, and seeing how it made people feel good, Ego decided to play house and the rest is history.

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