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Rain Nightclub inside Palms Casino Resort to Host Launch Party for SHARAM’s (Deep Dish) Get Wild – Live Show March 21

March 17, 2009 by  



Rain Nightclub inside Palms Casino Resort hosts launch party for SHARAM of Deep Dish and his new album and live show, Get Wild Saturday, March 21, 2009.

“We are honored to host the launch party for SHARAM, who is recognized for his talents as an electronic music producer,” said vice president of N9NE Group, Michael Fuller. “Rain Nightclub is the perfect venue and has all the technical as well as space capabilities to accommodate the masses that will be sure to attend this exclusive event.”

During his launch party at Rain Nightclub, SHARAM will shower guests with his unparalleled music creations by taking the stage to spin his own beats on the turntables. SHARAM has produced a show incorporating guest appearances by the featured artists on his new CD Get Wild and visual elements from a spaghetti Western-themed short film, which he wrote and directed. Vocalists Anousheh Khalili (Deep Dish) and Mario Vasquez (American Idol), top visualist VJ Culture (Beck, Mary J Blige, Diddy) and a troupe of 8 dancers, aerialists and special acts helmed by Artistic Director Geneviève Cleary (clients including “Cirque du Soleil and Perfecto Las Vegas) will join SHARAM for his show at Rain Nightclub.

Always unpredictable, SHARAM will never conform to anything other than his own high standards, so one can only help but to wonder what he’ll come up with next. On Tuesday, April 7, 2009, ULTRA Records will release Get Wild, SHARAM’s long-awaited debut studio album on which he sticks to his mantra that there should be no divisions within dance music. SHARAM’s body of work features new material from different landscapes in dance music including collaborations with Daniel Bedingfield, P. Diddy, Tommy Lee and Kid Cudi.

Get Wild will be available in two formats: a single-disc version and a collector edition consisting of 22 original songs spread over two CDs, titled WildDish and SideDish, of which only 2500 will be made. The songs range from house gems like “Get Wild” (Essential Miami WMC Tune of 2008), the techno-infused summer anthem “Texi” (hailed as one of the top Ibiza records of 2008) and its darker sibling stormer “Crazi” (praised by the who’s who of the techno scene as the sleeper record of the fall of 2008), to releases such as “Patt With Diddy,” a new version of his hit single “PATT” featuring the hip-hop artist and “The One” with Daniel Bedingfield. “PATT” and “The One” hit Top 10 and Top 20 respectively in many international markets.

While taking a break from Deep Dish, one of the most successful U.S. dance duos in history, Washington D.C.-based SHARAM continues to delight and confound critics in equal measure. His much-talked about DJ sets continue to rock the world’s finest clubs such as Warung, Brazil Ministry Of Sound London, Amnesia Ibiza, Space Miami and many more.

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