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DJ Ty Street: The next household name in entertainment

Being the diamond in a rough, the needle in a haystack, the Waldo for everyone looks for: DJ Ty Street has seemed to figure out how to do just that. Asking anyone who has seen him perform will tell you that he simply has the “it” factor to make it big. 

Like any passionate entertainer, he leaves it all on the stage after every performance while still making sure to greet fans or bystanders with a smile and welcoming attitude when asked for pictures or quick conversation. His personable charm, positive vibes, and contagious energy are felt when he walks in the room. Blending his enthusiastic attitude and unmatched passion in becoming the next premier DJ to make it in the country music world, there is no doubt that Ty Street is primed to be a superstar.

“The White Boot Bandit”, a nickname given to him for wearing signature white ostrich cowboy boots while stealing the show with his performances. Interacting with concert goers and music fans alike with his own style by making his DJ sets feel like one big house party, take the average show or live music experience to the next level. Although standing out as a DJ is traditionally challenging, as most people do not think of DJs as “artists”. DJ Ty Street brings new meaning to both words.

Opening for superstars such as Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Morgan Wallen, Brantley Gilbert, Dan+Shay, Lady A, and Kane Brown, Ty is the featured DJ for various music and sporting events like the popular “Patriotic Festival” (held annually in his hometown of Virginia Beach) the past 4 years. His talents not stopping off the stage as he also markets his DJing brand; landing gigs sponsored by names like Miller Lite, Yuengling, Red Bull, Monster Energy, and Jack Daniels.

Talking with him about his DJ goal? He quickly replied, “I’m ready to go on tour.”  He further says “Any event I am apart of, I hope to help make it the best experience anyone in attendance has had. The musicians on stage pour their hearts into this also and fans can feel that. Making a concert one big seamless party leaves them wanting to relive that year after year. Silver (Jason Aldean) & Rocky (Luke Bryan) have proved this and I hope to keep that momentum going when the time is right.”

The right time seems very close. The “DJ Ty Street experience” is what major tours are missing. It is only a matter of time before you hear the White Boot Bandit coming to a city near you.

Keep up with DJ Ty Street on Instagram: @djtystreet and/or djtystreet.com

Written by Bryce Cannon