Noted DJ/remixer/producer Dee Jay Silver is set to release his eagerly anticipated EP, “Country Club” June 4. The four-song EP features country mash-ups of some of the format’s most popular and beloved stars, including Alabama, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Jake Owen, and Love and Theft. Country Club will be available via all digital retailers on June 4th.
Dee Jay Silver will make several appearances the week of CMA Fest timed to the launch of Country Club, including performances at LP field, the CMA River Stage, the GAC Lodge, as well as Mtn. Dew ‘s Concrete Country event , Sony’s #CountryClubVIP event at the Hard Rock, and a CD release party at Seen Night Club. Additionally, CMA Festival goers who follow Dee Jay Silver on Twitter @deejaysilver1 and tweet #CountryClubVIP will be provided with information throughout the week on how to win exclusive invites to the VIP after party and prizing, just for keeping up with Dee Jay Silver.
“I love giving fans new ways to experience their favorite songs-from Alabama to Carrie Underwood,” said Dee Jay Silver. “With the official release of Country Club on June 4th, I’m able to share new mixes of country favorites during CMA fest, the ultimate celebration of country music and its fans, which is even better!” Currently on tour with Jason Aldean’s NIGHT TRAIN TOUR, Dee Jay Silver has been a top concert DJ/remixer/producer for the past decade. His exciting brand of music has been heard on tour with a variety of artists, most recently on back-to-back outings with Jason Aldean.
To learn more about where to find Silver at CMA Fest and beyond, check out www.DeeJaySilver.com, and follow him on Twitter @deejaysilver1.
Dee Jay Silver EP track listing:
1. Two Black Cadillacs/Jolene (Dee Jay Silver Edit) Carrie Underwood featuring Dolly Parton
Carrie Underwood/Josh Kear/Hillary Lindsey/Dolly Parton (BMI)/(ASCAP)
Original version of “Two Black Cadillacs” produced by Mark Bright
Original version of “Jolene” produced by Bob Ferguson
2. Dixieland Delight (Dee Jay Silver Mix)Alabama featuring Nappy Roots
Ronnie Rogers (BMI)
Nappy Roots appears courtesy of NREG/AVJ Records
Original version produced by Harold Shedd and Alabama
3. Angel Eyes (Dee Jay Silver Remix) Love and Theft
Jeff Coplan/Eric Gunderson/Eric Paslay (ASCAP)
Original version produced by Josh Leo
4. Barefoot Blue Jean Night (Dee Jay Silver Remix) Jake Owen
Dylan Altman/Eric Paslay/Terry Sawchuk (BMI)/(ASCAP)/(SOCAN)
Original version produced by Joey Moi and Rodney Clawson
Country Club is produced by Phive Starr (Jared Sciullo, Justin “DJ KO” Spillner), Shannon “Fat Shan” Houchins, Dee Jay Silver and Jim Catino. Shannon “Fat Shan” Houchins and Jim Catino serve as Executive Producers.
Dee Jay Silver has entertained millions of listeners with his unique brand of party rock country style of music mixing as a top touring DJ/remixer/producer for more than 10 years, having played in premier venues in virtually every major market in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Among other appearances, fans have seen Silver on tour with Rascal Flatts, as well as back-to-back tours with Jason Aldean.
Sony Music Nashville includes its three country label operations – Arista Nashville, Columbia Nashville and RCA Nashville – and Provident Music Group, one of the world’s leading Christian music companies. Sony Music Nashville is a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Average Joes Entertainment launched in 2008 with flagship artist Colt Ford. Since its inception, the entertainment company has expanded to housing three labels, a management company, a publishing entity and a film and television production company. With CEO Shannon Houchins at the helm, the Nashville-based entertainment company focuses on a grassroots approach, availability of product and cross-promotional opportunities to expand artist visibility. Average Joes Entertainment, including subsidiary labels AVJ Records and Backroad Records, is home to Colt Ford, Montgomery Gentry, JJ Lawhorn, LoCash Cowboys, JB and the Moonshine Band, Rehab, The Lacs, Lenny Cooper, Bubba Sparxxx, The Mud Digger Series and Redneck Social Club. For more information, visit www.averagejoesent.com.