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Dee Jay Silver

Artist Bio

RCA Nashville recording artist Dee Jay Silver has been a top touring DJ/remixer/producer for the past 15 years, having played in premier venues in virtually every major market in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. The groundbreaking open-format DJ/performer has thrilled millions with his unique ability to blend all types of music from hip hop and rock to house and country for crowds of all sizes as well as on mash-ups and remixes. Silver has been traveling the world playing every kind of event and venue from the largest nightclubs, high-profile celebrity parties and exclusive private events to massive sporting events, award shows, major music festivals and arena tours and all that’s in between.

Silver began DJing while attending college in Arkansas and later moved to Springfield, MO where, while working as a doorman for a club, his interest peaked and he began opening up the dance floor until the headlining DJ would come on. “One gig turned into the next,” he shares of his early beginnings. “Back in the day, you didn’t have computers, YouTube, or schools to learn how to DJ. If you were going to DJ, you had to learn from another DJ. They’d say, ‘I’ll take you under my wing, but this is what you’re going to do.’ Basically, you’re going to be my whipping boy for a couple of years [laughs].”

His sound has organically evolved throughout his career. “Being up in the Midwest, we looked up to guys like Bad Boy Bill, Alex Peace, Richard Humpty Vission, DJ Irene, and all of those cats in the Chicago area. I’d buy anything they put out. That was where it started for me. It was the hard house from Chicago. Back then, I was playing more hip-hop, house music and rock. Then, it progressed.

“Growing up in Texas, country music was all I ever heard. I was very versed in country music, so I’ve always mixed it in. I’m so happy to see that ‘Country Remix’ is actually a genre now. Music and DJing to me are about being creative and relating to your crowd. No matter what song it is, people will dance if it’s presented right. If they’re familiar with a song, that’s what makes them more comfortable to have a better time.”

In 2013, Silver signed a recording contract with RCA Nashville, becoming the first DJ to be signed to a major Nashville label. His 2013 EP, Country Club, features creative and rhythmic country mash-ups of some of the format’s most popular and beloved artists, including Alabama, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Jake Owen, and Love and Theft.

In April of 2014, Silver launched a nationally syndicated weekly radio show called “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver” via the Sun Broadcast Group. Each week, the show features up-tempo mixes and mash-ups of hits from country’s biggest stars and newcomers, with an infusion of unique rhythms as well as tracks from other genres. Almost 80 stations, including some of the leading country and iHeartMedia radio stations across America, air the show every Friday and Saturday nights.

During the summer of 2016, Silver released his first original single, “Just Got Paid.” The infectious ode to the weekend—hailed as “Funky, slinky and groove-soaked. A relaxing, mid-tempo ditty, tailor made for after-work Fridays” by Robert Oermann from MusicRow (8/19/16)–features vocals from indie singer-songwriter Austin Webb, who co-wrote the song with Silver in Nashville.

Silver has shared the stage with some of biggest artists in the world. Beyond touring extensively with Jason Aldean (including Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour, We Were Here Tour and 2016’s Six String Circus Tour), the non-stop DJ has performed alongside Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Rascal Flatts, Eric Church, Cole Swindell, Tyler Farr, Thomas Rhett, Kip Moore, and many more. He’s appeared at many major music festivals, including the CMA Music Festival, Rock The South, Faster Horses, FarmBorough, Watershed, LakeShake, Route 91 Harvest, and more, in addition to spinning at football games for the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and University of Kentucky’s Wildcats, events for the Super Bowl, NASCAR races, National Finals Rodeo, and was the first DJ to ever play the Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs) as well as the American Country Awards (ACAs). In 2016, Silver added the MLB All-Star Game as well as a repeat performance at Fenway Park (alongside Jason Aldean and Kid Rock) to the impressive list of venues he’s performed at.

When not on tour or at one of his many appearances, the current Nashville resident is also hosting three residencies in Las Vegas this year: at the Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay, LAX Nightclub inside the Luxor Hotel & Casino and the Rehab Beach Club at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, following a successful 2015 poolside run.

Odds are the in-demand producer will be at an arena, amphitheater, stadium, club, pool or festival near you. Look for more original music from DEE JAY SILVER to be released soon.



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Tour Dates

Oct 15 2019
Adams Event Center
Missoula, MT
Oct 16 2019
Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Bozeman, MT
Oct 18 2019
Rose Quarter (Consists of the Moda Center and Veterans Memorial Coliseum)
Portland, OR
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Oct 19 2019
Rogers Arena
Vancouver, Canada
Oct 22 2019
Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
Oct 23 2019
Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
Oct 23 2019
Sur Lounge
West Hollywood, CA
Oct 25 2019
Save Mart Center
Fresno, CA
Oct 26 2019
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento, CA
Oct 31 2019
Ford Idaho Center Arena
Nampa, ID
Nov 01 2019
Spokane Arena
Spokane, WA
Nov 02 2019
Tacoma Dome
Tacoma, WA
Nov 06 2019
SAP Center at San Jose
San Jose, CA
Nov 07 2019
Pechanga Arena San Diego
San Diego, CA
Nov 08 2019
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix, AZ
Nov 08 2019
Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row
Scottsdale, AZ
Nov 09 2019
RoadHouse @ Jewel Night Club
Las Vegas, NV
Nov 16 2019
CCMF Cruise
Charleston, SC
Nov 17 2019
CCMF Cruise
Charleston, SC
Nov 18 2019
CCMF Cruise
Charleston, SC
Nov 19 2019
CCMF Cruies
Charleston, SC
Nov 20 2019
CCMF Cruise
Charleston, SC
Nov 21 2019
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, PA
Nov 22 2019
Mohegan Sun
Montville, CT
Nov 22 2019
Shrine Nightclub
Mashantucket, CT
Nov 23 2019
PPG Paints Arena
Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 30 2019
The Pool After Dark
Atlantic City, NJ
Dec 05 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 06 2019
Park Theater
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 06 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 07 2019
Park Theater
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 07 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 08 2019
Park Theater
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 08 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 08 2019
RoadHouse @ Hakkasan
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 09 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 10 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 11 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 12 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 13 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 14 2019
MGM Grand Gold Buckle Zone
Las Vegas, NV
Dec 20 2019
The Pool After Dark
Atlantic City, NJ
Dec 28 2019
Dirty Little Secret
Nashville, TN
Jan 30 2020
Colonial Life Arena
Columbia, SC
Jan 31 2020
Amway Center
Orlando, FL
Feb 01 2020
VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Jacksonville, FL
Feb 06 2020
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines, IA
Feb 07 2020
CHI Health Center Arena
Omaha, NE
Feb 08 2020
Fargo, ND
Feb 13 2020
TaxSlayer Center
Moline, IL
Feb 14 2020
JQH Arena
Springfield, MO
Feb 15 2020
Intrust Bank Arena
Wichita, KS
Feb 20 2020
Charleston Coliseum
Charleston, WV
Feb 21 2020
John Paul Jones Arena
Charlottesville, VA
Feb 27 2020
CenturyLink Center
Bossier City, LA
Feb 28 2020
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Oklahoma City, OK
Feb 29 2020
First National Bank Arena
Jonesboro, AR
Mar 05 2020
Lafayette, LA
Mar 06 2020
Mississippi Coast Coliseum
Biloxi, MS
Mar 07 2020
BancorpSouth Arena
Tupelo, MS
Mar 12 2020
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Madison, WI
Mar 13 2020
Mizzou Arena
Columbia, MO
Mar 14 2020
Xcel Energy Center
St Paul, MN