Every Friday this month come on out to San Manuel Casino from 10:30pm-2am to catch Brandi spinning the hottest tunes!
So excited to be going back on tour with Ceelo Green as his DJ for the West Coast dates and more of the Love Train Part 2 Tour!
Get your tickets at www.ceelogreen.com :
Would love to see you next Thursday night for a good workout! I’ll be spinning some fun tunes to keep you going! Make sure you RSVP at: Girls Night Out
That is the one word that simply sums up the show I witnessed on Saturday afternoon in Irvine. Odysseo by Cavalia is the largest traveling show in the world and they did not disappoint! With 65 horses, cirque du soleil performers, musicians and a set design that did wonders for the imagination, this show was a joy to watch from start to finish. There were plenty of celebs in attendance for the opening… Sharon Stone, Wendie Malick, Vivica Fox, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Goran Visnjic, Cloris Leachman and more! Kudos to Cavalia founder Normand Latourelle for personally welcoming us at the beginning and for making such an enjoyable show for families to watch. I brought my best friend who is an avid horse lover/owner and she said she absolutely loved it! Here’s a slideshow of pics from the event and hope you guys get a chance to check it out! The show runs through March 13th (they extended the dates due to popular demand!) and you can purchase tickets HERE.
Check out my latest interview with LabLifePro.com!!
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I talk about my fav equipment to DJ with, some industry tips and what’s important for all you up-n-coming DJ’s!
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So I had the fun opportunity to check out opening night of “Dirty Dancing” at The Pantages Theatre last night. Not only did I love the movie while growing up but I loved their rendition of it last night! Gillian Abbott and Christopher Tierney were great as Baby & Johnny… Adrienne Walker was the standout vocalist, Jenny Winton as Penny was an amazing dancer, and Alex Scolari provided great comedy as Baby’s sister Lisa. My fav part was the dance sequence at the end! They nailed it! I also enjoyed how the few pantomime scenes added comedy to the show (although this was debated between my friends and I lol…But I respect their theater background so just my opinion) If you enjoyed the movie, then I believe that you will enjoy this one! Two Thumbs up.