Sat, May 12th

Jumping Jack Frost

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Show 11:00pm-4:00am
Advance Price $10
Door Price $10

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Direct Drive Presents 
Jumping Jack Frost

PLANET V touches down again in NYC!

This night, we celebrate one of the pioneer's birthday alongside two of NY's finest MC's. This is a night not to miss!

JUMPING JACK FROST
DAVE GEE & TRIGON
BURNER BROTHERS
DJ ESHIN

Hosted by:
 
MC DIGGADEE & MC POSI-D
Frost, Diggadee, & Posi-D's Bday Bash!!!

@ Drom - 85 Avenue A
(between 5th & 6th St) NYC, NY
21+ Bring ID, $10 Cover

Doors 11pm to 4am
Arrive early to ensure entry! 

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ABOUT Jumping Jack Frost

Bit by the music bug at a tender age, South Londoner Jumping Jack Frost hit the DJ circuit at 18, mixing funk, hip hop and original breakbeats and diving into the acid house circuit via the Carwash nights in the late 80’s.djs were Grooverider, Bryan gee, Fabio, Frost,and Pete stewart. When the rave scene exploded Frost was at its forefront, enjoying the freedom of going with the flow and mixing drastically different styles of music to suit the mood of the moment. Starting at the (fridge) in brixton. Frost went on to headline many legendary events of the era including Sunrise and Energy. At the fridge frost was resident with ellis dee, paul trouble anderson and evil eddie richards …Joining Dynamix dj agency run by eddie richards was a major turning point in frosts life ,now things got serious …It was time to start seeing the world ,Germany,japan,and more followed . Being in northern ireland in the dark days when nobody else wanted to go!!!! Bcm and ibiza with carl cox and gigs with the prodigy …There was so many experiences like the first time in italy with Frankie valentine and being caught in the middle of a neo nazi march in germany with fabio …Also being in germany when the wall came down …:) His friendship with Bryan Gee was formed when Frost heard Bryan’s diverse set in a small south London bar.

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