Stealth presents Dirty Vegas for the new Stealth Live! Album



Stealth Live! is all about capturing the raw dance energy of outstanding artists. A direct and undiluted experience of performance, live in the balance. The inspiration, perspiration, whoops ‘n’ cheers that define what ‘live’ really means, to both the artists and their audience.

For this reason, Roger Sanchez and his label – Stealth – are proud and honoured to announce that Grammy Award-winning British dance trio and all-round good guys Dirty Vegas recently mixed up a storm for the new Stealth Live! album (on Saturday 3rd October) at club Sankeys, Manchester, UK. Two mixers, two laptops, four CDJs + three super-talented artists: a live concerto of interlaced beats, vocals, percussion and effects, set in an intimate environment, with an up-for-it crowd. This was one hell of an intense party that shook the walls and rattled the roof of the recently refurbished Sankeys: one of the best clubs in the world, as voted by DJs, according to DJ magazine.

Yes. As if 2009 had not been hectic enough for Paul Harris, Ben Harris and Steve Smith, from their remixes of Dizzie Rascal/Calvin Harris and Ladytron, to producing their own single ‘Changes’. From live shows at Glastonbury and Creamfields, to dropping a dope DJ/live set at the Stealth Live! party at Amnesia in Ibiza. With their latest hit, ‘Tonight’, which is 2009’s official International Music Summit anthem, blowing up, and an eagerly-awaited third artist album on the horizon, all eyes are again on Dirty Vegas as they turn up their talents on Stealth Live!

RELEASED: November 6th 2009.


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One Response to “Stealth presents Dirty Vegas for the new Stealth Live! Album”


    GREAT !!!!

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