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Originally from St. Louis, DJ Paul Bunyon started mixing while attending college at the University of Evansville in 1994. While in Evansville PB held down a nightly 4 hour radio show on WUEV and rocked parties and clubs weekly. This was just the beginning…
After college PB infiltrated Indianapolis. First, PB established himself in the streets by bangin’ out mixtapes every week. Soon he was in the clubs and interning with Hot 96.3 WHHH in hopes of getting a mixshow. As his rep in the streets kept rising, PB was quickly becoming the hottest DJ in Indianapolis. A year later he was hired by WTLC to do the mixes for the Basement Party, an old-school mixshow. Months later, he created the Mikki Fikki Mix in the afternoons with Guy Black and for years was the only mixshow DJ on Indianapolis radio. In 2002 PB moved across the hall to Hot 96.3 and has been there ever since. He can be heard Monday, Wednesday and Friday on the 5:00 Mikki Fikki Mix, as well as Sunday night from 7 to midnight.
In addition to radio, PB is also the Official Indiana Pacers DJ, spinning and motivating the crowd at all Pacers home games inside Conseco Fieldhouse. On a typical night, PB entertains over 18,000 people at a game. This is a very unique position, as PB is one of only 5 DJ’s in the world with this type of experience.
PB has become one of the most sought-after party DJ’s in the US. He does events for national and regional promoters, NBA players, NFL players, numerous rappers and singers, as well as the biggest events like Super Bowl weekend and NBA All Star weekend. PB can also be found performing at several nightclubs in the Indianapolis area including: Savoy, Fusion, Guvernment, The Vogue, First Fridays Live, as well as in clubs and at events across the US and Caribbean.
PB is a sponsored Bud Light DJ. He manages the LumberJack Entertainment street team in Indianapolis and runs a record pool servicing 20 DJ’s. Recently, PB was named “Justo’s Midwest DJ of the Year”, an award based on mixtape skills and achievements.