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Artistname: Stonebridge

Date of birth: Unknown

Origin: Stockholm, Sweden

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There’s a right time and place for everything. And it would seem for Swedish DJ and producer StoneBridge that his time is now. The worldwide success of his anthems Put ‘Em High, which garnered him a #6 in the UK Single Sales Top 40 and Take Me Away that reached #9 on the same chart have only heightened expectations of what else StoneBridge might have stored in his tank. Yet when you’re an internationally acclaimed DJ jetting between London’s Pacha and El Divino in Ibiza, playing regular sets all over Europe, US, Australia and China, while running a house label, remixing for the likes of Lenny Kravitz and Texas; finding the time to make your first solo album as a producer can be hard. Luckily fate intervened and brought StoneBridge and ultra-hip UK dance label Hed Kandi together to produce one of the year’s hottest and most critically acclaimed debut albums, Can’t Get Enough, that not only consolidates the impeccable track record of both, but pushes the boundaries of their unquestionably high standards even further.

StoneBridge had his first DJ experience in 1983 at his sister's graduation party and StoneBridge found DJ'ing a consuming passion and started his own night called Fellini in Stockholm. Soon other DJs frequented the club and in 1986 StoneBridge alongside four other DJ's established SweMix and by 1989 the reputation had spread throughout Europe and StoneBridge began international remixing for artists like De La Soul, Rebel MC and Titiyo.

His first UK club hits were his own Jazzy John's Freestyle Dub and Ann Consuelo's See The Day in the early 90’s, but it was with his remix of Robin S Show Me Love, which subsequently became StoneBridge’s first UK top 5 and a worldwide hit 1993, that he moved on to become a major force. Other big remixes and productions followed like Robin S Love For Love, Chrissie Ward Right & Exact, Indo R U Sleepin, House of Virginism There For You, Shawn Christopher Make My Love and Donna Giles And I'm Telling You to mention a few.

After years of solid remixing, StoneBridge reinvented himself as a DJ and Producer in 1997 with a manic DJ tour across the US and Europe and started up New York based label Stoney Boy Music, which presented a more clubby sound. StoneBridge also continued to produce a wide variety of artists including Tatyana Ali & Will Smith and the single Boy You Knock Me Out, with which he scored his second UK top 5, but this time as a writer and producer. This new direction paid off in 1999 when Coco & StoneBridge The Beach became an Ibiza anthem and when he scored No 1 club hits with his remixes of Texas Inner Smile, Mel C’s I Turn To You and Enrique Iglesias Escape in the following years. In 2002 StoneBridge began working on his debut album, Can’t Get Enough, which was released end August 2004 and so far has given StoneBridge his 3rd and 4th UK Top 10 hits, this time as the artist, writer and producer with the singles Put ‘Em High and Take Me Away. StoneBridge looks set to have a fantastic year in 2005 with the album licensed to all corners of the world, an impressive DJ schedule and Freak On, the third single taken from the album with remixes from Ferry Corsten and Live Element ready to go in May, forthcoming remixes of David Morales Feels Good and Missy Elliott Lose Control and a DJ mix album in August
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Last updated: 24.05.2005

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