East Coast, West Coast and deep in the heart of Texas, DJ Blaine has spun his way around North America with an uplifting, sexy and energetic style of vocal house music. Consistently reading his audience, Blaine satisfies their cravings with hooks, samples and layers of intricately woven high octane vocals, tribal beats and big room anthems.
Blaine has continued to win a loyal and enthusiastic following of club goers as a result of his unique understanding and ability to connect with the dance floor. The demand he has created keeps this globetrotter traveling to clubs and events all over the continent.
Having held residencies in San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, San Antonio and Washington DC, DJ Blaine now hangs his headphones in Dallas Texas. In 2011 Blaine begins a new journey as resident DJ at the famed Dallas Eagle and later makes his International debut in Australia for the Sydney Mardi Gras.
This down to earth DJ is always looking for ways to challenge himself. In 2004 Blaine joined creative forces with DJ Erik Thoresen aka "Hefty Lefty" of Dallas, to form "DJ Blaine meets Hefty Lefty".In 2006 DJ Blaines' work with Los Angeles producer DJ Peter Barona yielded two Billboard registering remixes. Blaine has received increased recognition and top 40 charting success for working with recording artist such as Abigail, Jeanie Tracy, Vicki Shepard, Pepper Mashay, Lane McCray and Rachael Panay.
In November 2010 Blaine released his first original production, "Pump It." Written by Blaine and co-written by Peter Barona, the single features vocals by superstar Lane McCray of LaBouche. Blaine returns to the studio in January 2011 to work on more exciting original material.
Once you take a ride on one of Blaines' fantastic journeys, you will quickly find yourself in hungry anticipation for his next performance and understand the demand for this industry established DJ.