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FREE VIP LIST - #1 DJ in the US, BAD BOY BILL at RUBY SKYE

Saturday June 2nd, 9:00pm - 4:00am
Venue: Ruby Skye
Address:

San Francisco, CA
Ages: 21+ only
Promoters:
solylunasf
Mixed Elements
Dolce Presents
Ruby Skye Presents
Artists:
Bad Boy Bill
John Beaver
DjWizard
Dj Eddy Santana
City: San Francisco CA
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FREE VIP LIST - #1 DJ in the US, BAD BOY BILL at RUBY SKYE




Saturday, June 2nd
at Ruby Skye Nightclub

420 Mason St. btw Post & Geary

Sol Y Luna & Ruby Skye Proudly Present the World Famous...

BAD BOY BILL
(Beatport / Menage Music / Nettwerk)


Free BAD BOY BILL Mix

Complimentary Guest List
Guest List is good for FREE Admission before Midnight, $20 after. You must ask for the SOL Y LUNA List or the venue will charge cover.



This Saturday, we're proud to bring you the man voted this year's #1 DJ by BPM Magazine, BAD BOY BILL!

Bad Boy Bill's Bio:
So goes one of the legendary chants of Chicago house icon Bad Boy Bill, who began name checking when he first started out on the radio to distinguish himself from the other DJs on the airwaves. Bill has come a long way from his days as a radio mix show DJ. On his belt hang the titles of DJ, Artist, Producer, Songwriter, and Entrepreneur. Not to mention three-time DMC FINALIST, 1998 Winter Music Conference MIXSHOW DJ OF THE YEAR, 1999 URB Magazine 2nd Place DJ OF THE YEAR, this year’s #1 FAVORITE DJ according to BPM Magazine, and co-founder of Beatport.com, the leader in electronic dance music downloads. And now, after the success of the Bangin’ In The Box series, Bill is upping the ante to deliver Behind the Decks, a new mix CD and DVD, on System Recordings.

Hailed by DJ Magazine as “One of America’s most popular and influential DJs,” the renowned artist didn’t grow up dreaming of making music – in his youth, he thought he would perhaps pursue a career as a professional baseball player. But in high school, after joining a DJ crew with some of his neighborhood friends, Bill entered the world of DJ battles and party promotion. My DJ style originated with the idea to remix a song live with two copies of the same record and then combine scratching and hip-hop techniques with house grooves. At only 16, his friend Julian “Jumpin” Perez, who deemed Bill “the dopest white kid he’d ever seen,” stood Bill before prominent radio jockey Farley Jackmaster Funk at WGCI, and he began scratching and mixing the eight records he’d been practicing on for hours every day. Farley was so impressed he recruited Bill right then and there. After WGCI, Bill found himself on the airwaves again on Chicago’s B96, and eventually broadened his skills, making his own tracks and starting his own record label while still a senior in high school. Nowadays, Bill averages over 150 DJ gigs annually, playing everywhere from New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles to international hotspots including Peru, Colombia, Germany, England, and Spain.