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Club DJ from Dallas, TX - Will travel up to 10 miles
MEMBER SINCE 2014
ACCEPTS ONLINE PAYMENTS
$250 - $900
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As a young teenager, growing up in Wichita Falls, Texas, I threw parties and
played 45 rpm records for fellow classmates in my parents' backyard. It was no
surprise to anyone when I decided I wanted to be a DJ. In 1987, a year after I
graduated from high school, I moved to Dallas. My career spans over twenty-nine
years from the small dance floors of the gay bars in Wichita Falls to the 2000+
packed dance floor at Atlanta's Museum of Natural History. I've been a reporting
DJ for the "Club Songs chart" of Billboard Magazine for eleven years. I received
the Readers Voice Award for best club DJ in 2011 and 2012 chosen in a Dallas
Voice reader's poll.
The 1979 Studio 54 album and Disco music in general had a big impact on me --
and my decision to become a DJ. In the 80's my passion was the sound of
Giorgio Moroder, Patrick Cowley, Sylvester, Divine, Bobby O, Dead or Alive and
many Hi NRG imports coming out of Europe.
When I came to Dallas in 1987 the Starck Club and Rick Squillante were all the
rage. That scene highly and positively influenced me. For six years in the 90's
I worked at Oak Lawn Records where I learned about dance music
imports and the retail side of dance music. Then after seeing an episode of
Geraldo featuring RuPaul and Alig's group of club kids I became obsessed with
NYC nightlife and the darker more underground side of dance music. In the
spring of 1993 a party promoter, Brooke H, hired me to play a series of events
(later becoming known locally as the club kid parties). Brooke would fly Michael
Alig and his notorious club kids to Dallas to host and hang out all night or all
month. I was also discovering circuit parties, Fire Island and the music of BUC.
Bouncing between these two scenes combined with my love of Disco became the
foundation of not only my sound but also what goes into making a memorable
I've always loved dance music and feel it's history is something most DJ's should
know, however, I rarely play classics in my set because I most enjoy new music
and innovative sounds that stimulate me and keep me motivated and interested
enough to want to keep spinning. I'm sure as long as I'm living I'll be playing
music for people in one way or another.
I am probably most known in Dallas for the two residencies I held simultaneously
from 1998-2002 at Club One on Fridays and Seven on Sundays.
Since then I've had many short stints at a very long list of venues in Dallas.
Currently I'm at The Tin Room (Dallas) where I have played on Sundays since
My Podcast can be found on iTunes, Podomatic and Mixcloud.
Please note DJ Ronnie Bruno
will also travel to Coppell, Irving, Lewisville, Grapevine, Richardson, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Addison, Euless, Southlake, Colleyville, Fort Worth, Bedford, Roanoke, The Coloney, Lake Dallas, Hurst, Plano, Arlington, Argyle, Grand Prairie, Denton, Keller, Little Elm, Frisco, Garland, Allen, Haslet, Justin.