RCA Nashville recording artist Dee Jay Silver has been 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. Silver has toured extensively with Jason Aldean (including Aldean’s 2015 Burn It Down Tour), as well as such artists as Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Rascal Flatts, Eric Church, and many more, entertaining millions of listeners with his unique brand of party rock country style of music mixing. His high-energy performances get the crowds moving – whether in stadiums paving the way for each new act coming on stage, or at top clubs and parties throughout North America.
In 2013, Silver signed a recording contract with RCA Nashville, releasing the EP Country Club, featuring country mash-ups of some of the format’s most popular and beloved artists, including Alabama, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, Jake Owen, and Love and Theft.
In April of 2014, Silver launched a syndicated country radio show titled “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver,” delivering a weekly dose of his distinctive brand of up-tempo mixes and mash-ups and featuring hits from country’s biggest stars and newcomers.
As an entertainer, Silver has worked with some of the largest companies in the world, among them Jägermeister, Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Red Bull, AT&T, and the National Guard, to name just a few. National sponsors include Jägermeister and Down East Off Road, where Silver’s unique style of entertainment crosses over to audiences in multiple music genres, in all kinds of venues.
A highly sought-after crowd-pleaser, in 2013, he was the first DJ to ever play the Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs) as well as the American Country Awards (ACAs) and has also performed at the Sundance Film Festival; CMA Music Festival in Nashville, TN; Winter Music Conference in Miami; L.A. X-Games; Viva La Bam Spring Break Tour; Jackass World Tour; House of Blues – Boston, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas; Hard Rock – New York, Nashville, and Cancun; SXSW Music Festival; MTV Music Awards and Country Music Association Awards (CMA) after-parties; the Austin City Limits Music Festival; and thousands of major nightclubs, celebrity parties, festivals, and venues around the world.