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DJ Jammagic started his music career at the young age of 11. His father was a DJ, and would let him run the turntables at school dances and military functions. In the the 7th grade Jammagic would mix music with one tape deck and one turntable. His father was extremely impressed with his skills in mixing music so he went to the local music shop and bought him a full setup, two turntables a mixer, amps and speakers. That was the beginning. He practiced mixing all different types of music. In 1983 he experimented with the art of scratching. His father at that time brought him on board as a full partner, starting the infamous Jammagic Show. They performed gigs all over Alaska, at NCO clubs, Airman Clubs, Weddings, School Dances and Private Parties. They played for many crowds, often playing music that Lil Jamm didn't like. So he started mixing rap instramentals with rock, pop and country acapellas. Bringing a diverse way of spinning, thus starting what they now call Mash Ups. In 1988 he moved to Florida and continued his diverse way of spinning, and introduced to his repertoire Dirty South Music (Booty and Hip Hop). He has spun in many clubs in Florida such as Gargoyles, Stacks, The River
Deck Inn, Panthers, J.D. Penguins and New York South just to name a few. Jammagic has also opened for groups such as 95 South, Splack Pack, and DJ Trans. He was also the personal DJ for Solo from the legendary 69 Boys and 10 Kans. He now temporarily resides in Colorado and is now a Slip N Slide, GTM, Flo-Rida, Incredible Mix Tape DJ, Filthy Flo-Rida DJ, Warrior DJ and also one of the 4Horsemen.