DJ Mikey Palms, MR CHIPS, Lincoln Up

26
/ Jan
Saturday
2019

DJ Mikey Palms, MR CHIPS, Lincoln Up

Venue
Front Room
Time
09:00 pm
Price
$10.00

JTD Productions, Inc presents

an all night dance party with DJ Mikey Palms & Friends!

Mr. Chips (Kingston Fam)
Lincoln Up (Alchemy – Portland, OR)
and a special impromptu live performance by Donny Mapes (Kingston Fam)

$10 | 21+ | 9PM Doors

DJ Michael Palms was born and raised in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. He’s been a professional DJ for over 15 years. He has created the soundtrack for house parties, block parties, weddings, and countless well-attended corporate events. He is a real family man raising two daughters. Michael is a well-known radio DJ and the founder and creator of the show Chances With Wolves. He has designed and implemented multimedia events for corporate clients across many different spheres.

Under his management, the Brooklyn venue Southpaw (1999 – 2012) became a worldwide icon for New York’s music scene. There he wore various hats while running the heart of the business. His tasks included management, branding, marketing, programming, and event production. He has a gift for crafting the ultimate musical selection for any celebration according to his client’s needs. He can do it all – just name the sound! In addition to his wedding clients, DJ Mikey Palms has worked for companies such as Adidas, Brooklyn Brewery, Bushmills, Dewar’s Scotch, Grey Goose, Heineken, Jameson, North Face, Nike, Puma, and Scoop NYC to name a few. He has also opened for and DJ’d alongside AdRock (Beastie Boys), Andy Rourke (The Smiths), Chris Taylor (Grizzly Bear), Diplo, Matt Berninger (The National), Mike D (Beastie Boys), Pete Dougherty (MoonBoots), Premier, Prince Paul, Stretch Armstrong, The Rub (Ayres, Cosmo Baker & Eleven), Talib Quell, and QuestLove. Michael regularly spins at several venues in the NYC area including Barclays Arena, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Bowl, Guggenheim, Highline Ballroom, Lincoln Center, MOMA, Madison Square Garden (theater), Prospect Park Bandshell, Webster Hall, and Williamsburg Music Hall.