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|Eigene Produktionen||NUKP 0185 'Hoovers and Horns' Fergie & BK: A1) Hoovers and Horns B1) Turn It Up |
NUKP 0204 Fergie & BK 'House Of Pain': A1) House Of Pain B1) What Is This?
|Biographie-En||Fergie started Djing 'Pumping Garage' and 'Bouncy House' in his small bedroom in Larne Belfast in Northern Ireland at the early age of 12. He played his first club at the age of 14 called Airport 2000 standing on a milk crate, shortly after his set he was thrown out by the police for being too young. He later went on to exhaust Ireland's club scene by the time he was 16. |
It was at this time he was playing at The House nightclub in Larne Northern Ireland when he was heard by Tony de Vit who was to play after him. Tony was amazed by the talent of this young lad peering over the decks and asked him to play a bit longer so he could listen. Shortly after Tony invited Fergie to England to introduce him to the English club scene where he played more clubs but still aspired for more ...
Fergie has had radio experience in Ireland and in England playing on Club FM Dublin, Cool FM Belfast and guested on Kiss FM London a couple of times being interviewed and mixing live. "Fergie has an amazing ear for music" Tony de Vit 1996.
In the summer of 1997 Fergie toured South Africa for 2 weeks with the Vibe magazine playing in all the major cities. In the summer of 1998, Fergie played in Ibiza for the first time at Privilege, Space and Bora Bora. His talents were noticed by many including Laurence Malice who immediately made Fergie a regular Trade guest. The first major event Fergie headlined was in November 1998. He toured most of the US. Fergie stunned the clubbers at Atlanta, New York and Philadelphia with his talent. At the age of 18 he was even to young to DRINK! In April 1999 Fergie soon returned to Australia touring the huge continent once again. He also came 2nd in the 'Best International DJ awards - Melbourne 99' to Frankie Knuckles beating Roger Sanchez at 3rd place ...
Fergie is non-stop in the studio producing his new fresh sound, his first track 'Ooh Sir' was available on the Trade label early 1999 and sold out in 5 days. After the huge success of his first track Fergie was approached to remix the Tamperers new single 'Hammer to my heart'. Fergie's studio work started to peak after the summer of 1999, with original tracks and remix's on many well known record labels. "He could mix vinegar and lemons and still produce cream" Mix Mag 1999.
The end of 1999 saw Fergie's biggest achievement's pre-millennium. Fergie was nominated as one of the 'Best up and coming DJ's of 1999' By Muzik Magazine, then only 1 week later Fergie was voted number 17, Best DJ (in the UK) by a Mix Mag readers poll. MixMag stated that the quotes written in by Fergies fans were unbelievable!
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