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September 22, 2019

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K 104.7 NY Radio Night Host DJ Paulie Feva Chats on The Social Scene!

December 30, 2014

  DJ Paulie Feva from 104.7 from Hudson Valley NY comes on to the Social Scene with JZ to discuss his career path, upcoming events and more!!  Paulie is a Bronx native who has been playing music for crowds for over 20 years.  Paulie Feva has spun at many of the top high-profile clubs and spread his talent to different radio markets across the country.

 

"Feva has spun alongside DJ's such as Spinbad, Skribble, Louie DeVito and Funkmaster Flex at the celebrity hotspots which helped establish his mark in the industry and in the surrounding tri-state area around New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and other nightclubs."

Check out Paulie's podcast here

 

Through these experiences this led  him to play at venues in Atlantic City and Las Vegas including well known Bagatelle Beach Club in 2013. Feva was also asked to play at Madison Square Garden for the New York Rangers Playoff Pre-Game Ceremony. 

"Having held down different residencies for extended years at a time and being an Open-Format DJ, there is no club, bar, lounge or hotspot that Feva cannot adjust to."

 

Paulie Feva has also spread his music across several markets on the radio as well. He has held down his own mix shows on K104, FLY 92 and 102.3 KISS in New York, HITS 96 in Tennesee, and HOT 96 in Illinois and Indiana. Currently DJ Paulie is the Music Director and Night Show host for the #1 rated K104.7 in New York. You can find him 7pm-12am Monday through Friday!

 

"The key in the business is to never stop learning and always stay humble. You'll never know where you will find inspiration,technique, ideas and knowledege. Respect the industry, respect the art...respect eachother"

 

 

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