How to Set the Beat of the Runway

In Events on September 15, 2009 at 10:51 pm

My girlfriends and I always have fun no matter where we are or what we’re doing. Some of my favorite times with them are just simply dancing and singing in the car. Music totally sets the mood especially when it’s you and your friends enjoying a night out.

Music is also a huge part of setting the mood for runway, and it gives the designer a way to further express his/her clothing. Imagine a model trying to work a leopard cocktail dress on the runway to country music… it doesn’t match,  nor is it the best way to fully show off the designer’s work.

For the second year in a row, DJ Tony Rodriguez will be setting the beat for Fashion Week Tampa Bay 2009 and providing all of us with fantastic music.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome the public to the sophomore event of Fashion week Tampa Bay.  Returning to this event as the DJ/Producer for the second year is an honor.  For the benefit of the YWCA of Tampa Bay and Best Buddies Tampa, this event is something that the Tampa Bay area can’t do without,” said DJ Tony Rodriguez.

DJ Tony started in New York/New Jersey area as a local deejay named J.D.L, where he became a recognized and talented artist. Since then he has truly mastered his craft by expanding his musical knowledge of different genres and creating his own music.

After moving to Tampa, DJ Tony has evolved his craft to include writing songs, spinning music and engineering audio. Most recently, he has worked as an Assistant Director for music videos and is responsible for artists/groups like Unorthodox Movement and Adramalek & Hyfa.

Our DJ/Music Producer, DJ Tony, will be setting the beat of the runway so everyone – including you and your friends – can fully enjoy Fashion Week Tampa Bay 2009, September 23-26, 2009.


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