"For me Style is more of an Expression than Impression".....
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"You need to be crazy about music, passionate enough to play a song 500 times and still enjoy it".....
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"If Music was a woman, I would have married her by now".......
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DJ JAZZY JOE finds himself in good company as he revs up for the theme nights at NYX, the successor to Fireball, 32nd Milestone.............
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JAZZY CELEBRATIONS - THE WHO'S WHO of Delhi's Mix'n'Match World came together........
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NOT MUCH JAZZ WITHOUT JAZZY................
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MAKING THE WORLD SWING - One of the Hottest DJ's in India..........
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CRAZY JAZZY JOE LOVES MUSIC - He Raps and he Claps, he Dances and Sings.........
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Today when I look back, I would say he has achieved a lot.........
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And who's better then the Godfather of Hip-Hop in Delhi, Jazzy Joe, to do that......
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Interview by E-TECH, Singapore's Leading Magazine on Sound & Entertainment
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Jazzy bacomes a DMC FINALIST. Write-Up in CLUB CONNECT
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DJ Jazzy Joe feels Dating is a good way for meeting People....
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A Saturday Night & The Man Who ROCKED Chandigarh...
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JOE KEEPS A 'JAZZY' DATE WITH CITY.......
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Jazzy says about his present plans, "Presently, I am busy establishing my company JAZZY CONCEPTS, which deals with fresh, new & positive concepts, some of which have become long-running brands by now like the Annual tours of Hip-Hop Hurray and Mixmasters. Of course, my performances all around India also keep me busy throughout the year along with my Thursday & Friday Nights at Espace, the Spa & Fitness Centre at Raddison MBD Hotel, Noida. Another thing keeping me busy is my Training Classes for dedicated students who want to learn the fine art of DJing. Interested people can go HERE !
Sahara Times, 15th October 2005


Says Delhi-based DJ Jazzy Joe, "Course are yet to be Institutionalised. At present there are guidance programmes offered (Including Joe himself). This courses give a few basic tips and then it's all about practice."
HT Horizons, 15th September 2004

DJ-SPEAK
According to Delhi-based DJ Jazzy Joe (http://www.jazzyjoe.com) , currently setting up his own club, `Hotspot', here's what you need:
"You need to have the passion for music. I love my music. If music was a woman, I would have married her by now. You need to be able to sense what kind of music different types of people like at different places and be able to give them what they like. You need to be able to relate to people, be colourful but at the end of the day, you have to be YOU."
The Hindu, 29th December 2003


The city's movers and shakers haven't had to jive as much for a mexican-mediterranean fusion supper as they did to the inimitable music of Jazzy Joe at HT City's First Anniversary Bash at the Raddison on Sunday night.....Jazzy (who makes MKOP at Taj Palace rock every evening) was there at the turntables, expertly mixing the music, from foot-tapping Indipop to throbbing Techno.........Raja Reddy is the Kuchipudi Maestro and Shovana Narayan's preferred dance form is Kathak, but they sizzled to Jazzy Joe's mix.....
HT City, 11th May 2000


You don't go to Nyx to shake your legs, you go there to stir your soul. With DJ Jazzy Joe's music concept JAM, acronym for 'Just About Music', NYX hosts live performers like country singer Bobby Cash, Sufi music by Sufitronik and jazz by Jenny.
HT City, 12th February 2002


The room and your intestines vibrate to the beat of 'Boom, shake, shake, shake the room', and a young couple waves frantically to the long-haired DJ Jazzy Joe. "Mehbooba, Mehbooba", they scream.......(such requests) outstrip the requests for any english number that Jazzy Joe recieves every night, night after night. In response to the craze, he often plays a fusion of pulsating western beat and famous dialogues from 'Sholay', mixed on the spot on his state-of-the-art console.
The Pioneer, 27th February 1994


And then there's CJ's. The hottest grooviest discotheqe in town where India's best DJ- Jazzy JOE and Delhi's youngest DJ - Nitin, set the feet tapping and hearts thumping with their mixes and remixes. Every dance freak can hear it's 10,000 watts of music on 'CJ's Times' - One of the oldest programmes on Times FM......... With specials featuring Remo Fernandes, Anamika & The Temptations and many more, CJ's is in tune with the latest foot tapping scores.
Saturday Times, 19th August 1995


His parents call him....... but you can call him Jazzy Joe........ was recently crowned the ultimate deejay in the Ultimate Battle of the Deejays in New Delhi......... so philosophical about his career, which he calls a regular nine-to-five job. He's not into selling his creativity or chasing after time and money. The latter will come in it's own good time, he says. The hotel managment graduate, meanwhile, can live without sleeping but not without music.
Indian Express, 20th August, 1995


Jazzy Joe Wins 'Battle of DJ's'............... He was the one in the black outfit and with long tresses. Jazzy Joe of Meridien's CJ's who came in only at 2:30, to wind up within 45 minutes. The announcement of his name was greeted with cheers as a surprised Jazzy Joe recieved the award.
Delhi Times, 4th August 1995


City DJ's cut up about cutting their own discs............ "Someone's strong point may not lie in Studio work," says Jazzy, adding that some of the most well-known DJ's in the world have no albums to their credit. Jazzy himself has cut no albums so far even after a decade in the trade. Being in MKOP meant he was left with little time, but now that he has 'broken free' from the club circuit, he is working on an 8-track album.
HT City, 5th February 2001


Columbia Tristar had organised a Spiderman-themed party at the Float, Park Royal Hotel........ But it was DJ Jazzy Joe who beat them all. No, he didn't take to the console. Instead, he came dressed in a Spiderman costume and soon caught everyone's attention.
HT City, 25th May 2002


Winner of the All-India DJ Competition in Bangalore and the Battle of the DJ's in Delhi last year, Jazzy feels that people go to discotheques to have the best of both worlds - to relax and dance too. Dance, according to Jazzy, is Body Expression............... Earlier, he says, there were a lot of misconceptions about discotheques which were "seen as evil-breeding places. But, attitudes are changing now. The new generation.........view discotheques as a place where they can let their hair down and enjoy themselves." Jazzy contends.
The Hindu, 7th July 1997


Jazzy Joe - the best DJ in town ......... Jazzy has time and again proved that his performance is the best and he is the winner all the way through. CJ's farewell on 29th July '95 was also a hit with a turn out of about 700 people and the music nonstop till 6 in the morning. Jazzy took some time from CJ's farewell party to participate in the 'battle of the DJ's', and proved that he could keep his fans thrilled even if it meant hopping from one performance to another. Surely, Jazzy is a DJ to watch out for.
Delhi Midday, 5th August 1995


Last week, the capital witnessed a relaunch of My Kind Of Place, the Taj discotheque, with none other than Bally Sagoo................ But the high tech lights and charming nights could do without Bally Sagoo, really. Jazzy Joe would have been better anyday. Any dancing Delhi'ite could vouch for that.
The Statesman, 4th October 1996


The annual event on Delhi's high school calender was back......... Mr & Miss Pepsi High School. to be exact............ It was a rave scene with Dr. Palash Sen's "Euphoria" performing and the kids mobbing DJ Jazzy Joe for autographs.
The Times of India, 12th May 1997



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