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Tiesto

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Highly regarded by both DJ Magazine and fans of electronic dance music, Tiësto launched his career as one of the world's foremost trance DJs, due in part to his legendary six-hour live sets. A native of Breda, Netherlands, Tiësto was born Tijs Verwest on January 17, 1969, and first started DJ'ing at a hometown club called the Sprock. Discovered there by the GM of Rotterdam-based independent label Basic Beat Recordings, Tiësto released his first of five mix CDs as a part of the label's Forbidden Paradise series. With quick success and an accelerated work ethic, he partnered with Arny Bink in 1997 to form Black Hole Recordings, a private label that became the birthplace for both his Space Age and revered Magik series. Black Hole also brought the world the first mix compilations from artists like Ferry Corsten, Johan Gielen, and Armin van Buuren, and introduced yet another prized series called In Trance We Trust.

Relentless global touring ensued and, in three short years, the world outside Holland took notice of Tiësto's talent, with Nettwerk finally signing him to a stateside deal. Summerbreeze marked Tiësto's U.S. debut, a mix album that showcased his remix of Delerium's "Silence" (featuring Sarah McLachlan), an epic 11-and-a-half-minute tour de force of throbbing beats and sweeping synthesizers with McLachlan's vocals at the forefront. Aside from reverberating throughout dance clubs everywhere, the remix was commercially successful as well, spending four weeks in the U.K. Top Ten, peaking at number three on the Billboard dance charts, and becoming one of the most influential tracks of the progressive dance era. Soon recognized as one of the most sought-after producers and remixers, Tiësto helped pioneer a stylized musical trend of weaving threads of ethereal female vocals deep within the ebbs and flows of pulsating electronic rhythms. He churned out female-fueled remixes that spanned the gamut, including tracks by Chicane, Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer (on Delerium's "Innocente"), and Faithless.

In My Memory, Tiësto's first solo album, was released in 2001, mixing original compositions and club anthems with more commercial fare. The following year found his catalog expanding with the release of the third installment of his hypnotically elegant, Ibiza-influenced, and aptly named mix compilation entitled In Search of Sunrise. Just Be followed in 2004, as did Parade of the Athletes, which served as the soundtrack to the opening ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games and recalled the work of Jean Michel Jarre and Giorgio Moroder. By the time Elements of Life appeared in 2007, Tiësto had added rock and pop music to his repertoire. Released in 2009, Kaleidoscope included a rangy guest list, running from Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi to pop singer Nelly Furtado. A year later, Magikal Journey: The Hits Collection 1998-2008 rounded up some career highlights, while 2011 saw the launch of a new city-based mix series when Club Life, Vol. 1: Las Vegas hit the shelves. Club Life, Vol. 2: Miami followed a year later, featuring Tiësto's remixes of Coldplay ("Paradise") and Gotye ("Somebody That I Used to Know"), while 2013's Club Life, Vol. 3: Stockholm featured remixes of artists like Icona Pop ("I Love It") and Passion Pit ("Carried Away").

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Date Venue Location Tickets
04.19.14 HAKKASAN LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, NV US
04.19.14 Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Palm Springs, CA US
04.20.14 Wet Republic Ultra Pool Las Vegas, NV US
05.02.14 HAKKASAN LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, NV US
05.03.14 Maya Day & Nightclub Scottsdale, AZ US
05.04.14 HAKKASAN LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, NV US
05.08.14 HAKKASAN LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, NV US
05.09.14 Sleep Train Amphitheatre Chula Vista, CA US
05.10.14 StubHub Center Carson, CA US
05.16.14 HAKKASAN LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, NV US

Activity

  • 04.19.14 Love the necklace @kellcobb @DzekoandTorres @britenites http://t.co/N9UKaE62SN
  • 04.18.14 #FeatureFriday #Coldsmoke http://t.co/tgC10Y5TRe
  • 04.18.14 #ClubLife Podcast #367 w/ tracks from @KaazeOfficial, @twoloud, @DJDannyAvila & @dj_tigerlily http://t.co/K6SnQy9MXz http://t.co/D0rRFqMqMH
  • 04.18.14 RT @UberFacts: Hundreds of years ago, humans would go to sleep early, wake up in the middle of the night to perform tasks, then go back to …
  • 04.18.14 RT @pmamrecordings: Here's the link video for #wasted if anyone missed it :-) http://t.co/8xcNB19GSc @Tiesto #np
  • 04.18.14 Yes!! RT @jornheringa: @tiesto @motiofficial @DVBBS @beatport Next stop: Top 5 ! Let's GO ! http://t.co/uBeiuisI9k
  • 04.18.14 Congrats to @motiofficial & @DVBBS for being at #8 in 3 days @beatport with this is dirty!! http://t.co/uBeiuisI9k
  • 04.18.14 RT @musicalfreedom: This is sick! "This Is Diry" Is now #8 on Beatport Top 100! @motiofficial @DVBBS Let's get it to #1: http://t.co/IwV2WN…
  • 04.17.14 Many times!! RT @NYRangers: “@tiesto: Good luck to the @NYRangers tonight! ” Hopefully we can just run them red lights! #NYRPlayoffs
  • 04.17.14 Good luck to the @NYRangers tonight!!! #letsgorangers #NewYork #nhl #playoffs
  • 04.17.14 That's a throwback!! Haha RT @OliverHeldens: Recording tracks like @tiesto did 30 years ago :p #OldSchool http://t.co/HAXo1hRual
  • 04.17.14 Haha yes next week! I can't wait!! 😝RT @realbenjimusic: @tiesto Bro I'm craving Tojo's!!!!!