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DJ Stan The Man brings to you monster mixes with high energy and a variety of remixes. Being raised in the Midwest and on the rhythm of Old School, Jazz, Hip Hop, and R&B, DJ Stan the Man is a show stopper. DJ Stan the Man has developed and enhanced his skills on the wheels of steel over the past twenty years
 
 
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Being one of the hottest DJ’s/VJ’s in the area, DJ Stan the Man has be heard at various local clubs like The Red Room, The Bad Apple, Buckeye Elks Lodge, Club 504 (Columbus, Ohio), Metropolis Night Club (Cleveland, Ohio), Peaberry’s (YSU), Owings Bar & Grill (Weirton, WV.), The Judge Roy Bean and The Suns Of Boriquen (Spanish Clubs). He can also be heard as a special guest mixer on Cumulus Media Midland, Texas KZBT-FM B93 Blazin’ Hip Hop And R&B, Internet radio station RDL 101.1 The Real Deal, and Youngstown, Ohio’s WYXT-FM 97.9 The Blast.
Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio is where he began his love for music. At that point in time Parliament/Funkadelic was the preferred choice of music in the streets of Youngstown. In fact, as a musician, (Percussionist/Drummer) he has played with the likes of George Clinton, and The Ohio Players, The We Funk All Stars, and The Mighty Generation Band. He also played with a heavy metal band out of Akron, Ohio called Grimace and also My Brother’s Keeper. His versatility eventually got him back into mixing and scratching after his good friend Donald (Maggot Brain) Doward of the We Funk All-Stars died and playing with any other band just did not seem like the thing to do.
 
 
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His one of a kind talent and selection have been recognized by media outlets including The Youngstown Vinicator, The Warren Tribune, and Maynstream The Magazine appearing in print ads with circulation over several million. He was also the featured DJ/VJ on Mixmatters.com, an internationally known website that caters to the working deejay’s all over the world.
His love for music and fascination for mixing led him back to the club scene where all the local Dj’s spinned and for a time he appeared on 102 Jamz now known as WRBP 101.9 FM in Youngstown, Ohio. Expanding his horizions to include events in Philidelphia, Pittsburgh, Texas, Atlanta, Miami, Virginia Beach and more. His creative ear for music makes him one of the best DJ’s/VJ’s in the Midwest.
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On the rise and destine for “A” list status, Dj Stan The Man has ripped shows for several celebrities including, Slim Thug, Slim (112), Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Dj Unk, The Youngbloodz, Baby Bash, Juvenile, Lil’ Scrappy, Trillville, Ray Cash, Lil’ Jon & East Side Boyz, Jim Jones, Ying Yang Twins, Dem Franchise Boyz, Paula Deanda, Tiffany Affair, The Black Violins, George Clinton, The Ohio Players, Whodini, Heatwave, Ray Goodman & Brown, The Unifics, The Right On Band, and soon many, many more.
 
 
  

 

 

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How often do you enter a club and have a “DJ” ruining your night? How often are you trying to dance through your night and have a “DJ” fading songs out without mixing, or even worse, not knowing how to handle his job properly? How often do you listen to a radio “DJ”, who is not more than a jukebox?This is a campaign to remind the Movers and Shakers of the Industry that a DJ is a key success factor in any nightlife activity, who has to be chosen carefully !!! It is a campaign against the “the listeners won’t distinguish anyway” approach! It is a campaign bringing back the pride of having booked a DJ, who uses turntables as instruments, lives a DJ lifestyle and has invested time and passion to become one!

Our movement “No Wack DJs” is based on several years of experience in the nightlife sector and endless supporting opinions in numerous countries of the world.
One thing became clear at the end of the day: “Skills” have lost the war against “Business and Connections” so far…
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

However, there are still excellent DJs, Radio Stations and Clubs, who have recognized the value of a good DJ and his/her ability to break records and satisfy his/her crowd…
Don’t forget: If you want a good DJ, you have to pay like you want a good DJ !!!
 
 
  

 

 

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