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Part DJ, part producer, part label owner, and one half of the well known house music duo, Deep Dish, Sharam (born Sharam Tayebi) first hit the big time in his partnership with fellow DJ Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and their 1998 release Junk Science. Over the course of 15 plus years and even more equally successful releases, Deep Dish became a name to be reckoned with in the scene, and both Sharam's and Ali's stars rose higher and higher. Eventually founding their own Deep Dish label the two would go on to remix tracks for some of the world's biggest pop performers, including Madonna, Dido, and the Rolling Stones. As a solo artist, Sharam hit the big time in 2006 with his remix of the Eddie Murphy classic "Party All the Time." The track became ubiquitous at that year's Ibiza holiday season, and kindled a battle amongst larger labels to release the track internationally. Sharam counted a large number of awards for his work on his resume as well, winning a Grammy in 2002 (for Dido's "Thank You") and the Ibiza DJ award in 2004. He continued to pursue the business end of music running not only Deep Dish, but heading up (with Ali) Yoshitoshi Recordings and Shinichi Recordings. Throughout the busy schedule and numerous projects, both Ali and Sharam kept a consistent touring schedule, featuring in clubs all over the world.