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Gadjo Nomination for Dance Music Award

Gadjo 'So Many Times'

Nomination for International Dance Music Award


The International Dance Music Awards ceremony will as always take place at the end of Winter Music Conference in Miami. This time also two talented artists have the chance to win one of these awards: Gadjo and Alexandra Prince are nominated for their huge hit 'So Many Times' in the category 'Best House / Garage Track'. After the nomination for a House Music Award at the end of last year, this is a another highlight in the never ending success story of the new German House Stars!

But both of them are working on a lot of new stuff: Alexandra Prince finished several new tracks, some of them with well known Swedish producers. Watch out for them at WMC! Also Gadjo is working on new stuff: after his awesome remix for Basement Jaxx, new remixes will be around in Miami & Gadjo did one for the new single for David Morales and also for a latin track coming from Big World, which seems to be one of the tunes of this years conference.

Syke n Sugarstarr begin their Aus Tour this week, check them out performing all their huge hits
'So Many Times', ‘Better Things’, ‘Ticket to Ride’, ‘Release your Mind’, ‘Watching you’ and many others...

GADJO & SYKE-N-SUGARSTARR
Performing at
HIGH ROLLERS
COAST CLUB & LOUNGE
SATURDAY MARCH 25TH 2006


AUS MARCH 06 TOUR DATES:
Saturday 11th - Family (Brisbane)
Sunday 12th - Sunset @ Savvy (Adelaide)
Thurs 16th - Surprise Birthday Party Gig
Fri 17th - Bliss Bar (Melbourne)
Sat 18th - Goldies (Melbourne)
Sun 19th - Motel (Melbourne)
Friday 24th - The Dragonfly Bar (Sydney)
Saturday 25th - High Rollers @ Coast Bar & Lounge (Auckland, New Zealand)

Then the guys are off to MIAMI for the music conference
Monday 27th - WMC MEETS PEPPERMINT JAM @ AMIKA LOUNGE IN MIAMI BEACH - FLORIDA - USA
Amika Loft Lounge & Discotheque
1532 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, USA
www.amikamiami.com
Line Up: Mousse T., DJ Gregory, Syke'n'Sugarstarr, Shakedown, Matthias 'Matty' Heilbronn, Ralf Gum, Virginia, Cess, Mark Robinson, Emma Lanford (live PA), Dacia Bridges (live PA)

ENDS

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