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Fedde le Grand | Denver, CO | Temple Nightclub | December 9, 2017
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Dutch EDM producer Fedde Le Grand (born in Utrecht in 1977) is best known for hitting the top of the U.K. charts with the 2006 single "Put Your Hands Up for Detroit." A DJ since his teenage years, Le Grand is also known for his production and remix work, adding his singular touch to tracks by artists such as Sharam, Freeform Five, Tall Paul, Pete Tong, Ida Corr, and Robbie Williams. Along with his music and touring -- he has performed in all corners of Europe, as well as Oceana, North America, and China -- Le Grand has also been involved in the development and business end of the industry, starting the Flamingo Recordings label with Raf Jansen and Funkerman in 2004. "Put Your Hands Up for Detroit," an electro-house anthem that heavily sampled "Hands Up for Detroit" by Detroit-area producers Matthew Dear and Disco D, was initially released in 2006. Originally a minor hit, the song leapt to number one on the U.K. singles chart after a CD single was released. A remix of the song featured guest verses by Bizarre and King Gordy of Eminem-affiliated Detroit rap group D12. In 2007, Le Grand scored two major hits: a remix of Camille Jones' "The Creeps" and "Let Me Think About It," a collaboration with Danish soul singer Ida Corr. That year, his label started the club night Flamingo Nights in Amsterdam. The following year, he released the mix album Flamingo Nights, Vol. 1: Ibiza. In 2009, he returned with Output, his first album of original productions. In 2011, Le Grande paired with DJ Markus Schulz for the double mix CD Be at Space. He kept busy releasing singles including "So Much Love," "Sparks," "RAW," "No Good," and "Where We Belong." In 2015, Le Grand started a new label called Darklight Recordings, debuting with "Tales of Tomorrow," a collaboration with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. A subsequent vocal version, featuring singer/songwriter Julian Perretta, hit number two on the Belgian singles chart. Le Grand singles "Robotic" (with Jewelz & Sparks) and "Take Me Home" (with Patric La Funk) also appeared that year. In 2016, Darklight released Le Grand's second artist album, Something Real. ~ Chris True, Rovi

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Fedde le Grand (born 7 September 1977) is a Dutch house DJ and producer whose single "Put Your Hands Up For Detroit" (UK/AUS) / "Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit" (Europe, excluding UK) reached number one on the UK's singles and the top 5 in the Dutch singles chart, and five weeks in the Spanish dance chart. On October 28, 2009, DJ Magazine announced the results of their annual Top 100 DJ Poll, with Ultra Records artist Fedde le Grand placed at #29.

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If Fedde Le Grand's studio work has seemed a little scarce this year, appearances can be deceptive. Though he ram-raided his way onto the international scene with the ubiquitous 'Put Your Hands Up For Detroit' back in 2006, he's yet to produce his debut artist album. But this is all about to change. "If you're producing an album, it's an ideal opportunity to do more than a compilation of house tracks you've put together over the last year, or whatever," he says. And quite rightly. He says it's taken so long firstly because he produces everything himself, from the first beat to the last, and secondly, the schedules of certain other artists appearing on the set can sometimes delay matters. So who, exactly, has been depriving us of getting Fedde's album sooner? Stereo MCs frontman Rob Birch is one culprit, and The Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am is another. "I was watching the MTV Europe awards at home, and there were artists nominating their favourite tracks, and will.i.am said 'Put Your Hands Up For Detroit', because he couldn't get it out of his head. I literally fell off my sofa. So I just asked if he was up for a collaboration, and he was cool with it. He's like a sponge, interested in everything."

Fedde le Grand is, without doubt, one of the biggest DJs in the world. His skills both inside and out of the studio are the stuff legends are made of. Whether he’s demolishing legendary State-side festival Coachella on his debut appearance; racking up a straight hat-trick of Beatport #1’s in the overall charts with Autosave, Control Room and his massive remix of EBTG’s Missing, completing the year with So Much Love and the massive remix of Colplay’s Paradise; or touring most of the known world devastating clubland as he goes – le Grand is the name on everyone’s lips. But like any superstar success story, our hero had to start somewhere…

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