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Bigger isn't always better. Anyone in doubt should have been at the debut gig by current techno tyrant DJ Fergie, when the fourteen-year-old had to stand on a milk crate to reach the turntables. Discovered in Northern Ireland by DJ Tony de Vit, and winner of 1999's International DJ Awards, the disc-master is giving that other Fergie a run for name recognition. Not only is he now tall enough to spin unassisted, but DJ Fergie is also Radio One's most explosive talent and recently performed at Liverpool's hip Nation. Collaborating with Ministry for the recent Headliners compilation CD, Belfast's bad boy is making rubble of the international scene, in the studio as well as on stage. The hard-house headliner stops by the Church this Saturday, January 10. Just what Denver needs to start the new year off with a bang!
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