G-SPOT

G-SPOT

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Most DJs you might ask, “What cities have you DJed in?” With DJ G-Spot, it’s more of a question of “What Country!” Since you asked… countries include, Japan, Australia, Tha... read more
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Most DJs you might ask, “What cities have you DJed in?” With DJ G-Spot, it’s more of a question of “What Country!” Since you asked… countries include, Japan, Australia, Thailand, England, Ireland, Canada, Brazil, Mexico just to name a few.

DJ G-Spot, (“G” as he is called by most, short for Greg. And the latter part of his name “Spot”, is an actual childhood nickname) is arguably one of Hawaii’s busiest & most favored DJ, being named “Best DJ in Honolulu” by the readers of Honolulu Weekly in 1998. Europe’s MIXER MAGAZINE recommends its readers traveling to Hawaii to catch G-Spot spinning. G was also a key character on a 1 hour BBC Television special that featured then #1 DJ in the world, Carl Cox who brought in the 2000 Millennium New Years in both Australia & Hawaii.

Currently G-Spot is a DJ and promotions director for Honolulu Streetwear. He also holds high profile sponsorships with Coors Light, Red Bull & Larceny. He also runs several weeklies and large annual events under his promotion banner, Double-O-Spot. G-Spot is also heavily involved in radio including being a producer, host & mix show DJ for 93.1FM, 102.7FM & 93.9FM. Lastly, still going strong for close to 20 years now is his patented ‘Underground Sounds’ Radio show that airs every Friday 6-9pm on KTUH 90.3FM.

On the club circuit, you can catch him DJing at Next Door Every Wednesday for an 80’s Night, Every Friday at Get Fresh at Indigo and doing weekly guest spots at various venues throughout Hawaii.

“There was a point where I was DJing 3-4 gigs in one night” G reflects with a sense of wonderment. An all too typical day for G would include him running through endless meetings with sponsors, venues, managers & promoters, shooting over to the radio station at 7pm to host his radio show, then off to his first club gig of the night at The W hotel at 10pm, then off to another gig ‘til 3am and finally to an after hours joint to rock the house ‘til the sun comes up. For more info, schedules, mix CDs or if you think you can keep up with DJs hectic schedule, log on to www.double-o-spot.com .

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