Friday, October 17, 2008

DJ AM Returns to Turntable Work for First Time Since Crash

DJ AM returned to the turntables for the first time since surviving a plane crash, spinning records Wednesday night at the grand re-opening of the landmark Hollywood Palladium in a show headlined by Jay-Z.

"DJ AM was fantastic, the best I've ever seen him, and the crowd was cheering so hard for him," said a concertgoer.

During the show, Jay-Z summoned the crowd to "Make some noise for DJ AM and Travis Barker" (Barker, also injured, did not attend the concert) and offered a quick "rest in peace" to the victims who died in the Sept. 19 Learjet crash. "We're going to party hard tonight for them," added Jay-Z.

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