That Big 80s Party
Doors: 9:00PM | Show: 9:00PM | Ends: 2:00AM
Friday, November 5th : DJ Dave Paul is coming in from San Francisco to break down the 80s and reconstruct the decade at Walter Where?House in Phoenix. New Wave, Synthpop, Freestyle, Rap, R&B, Dance, Rock, Pop and much more. Come by and relive the decade and if you weren't around in the '80s, come experience what you missed.
702 N 21st Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85009
9pm / $13 - $20 / 21+
Covid Protocols required for entry: Please provide proof of full vaccination (digital passport, Vaxx card photo on your phone or the actual card). You can also show proof of a negative covid test (PCR or Antigen) taken within 72 hours of the event start time.
Dave Paul / That Big 80s Party
This is the type of music DJ Dave Paul likes to play. You might hear songs from some of these artists & bands: Duran Duran, The Cure, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, David Bowie, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, George Michael, Wham!, Hall & Oates, Prince, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Queen, Blondie, Run DMC, Beastie Boys, New Order, Erasure, Yazoo, Dead Or Alive, The Psychedelic Furs, INXS, Tears For Fears, Adam Ant, Grace Jones, Donna Summer, Salt N' Pepa, Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Thompson Twins, Klymaxx, Midnight Star, Rick James, Herbie Hancock, Cameo, DeBarge, Janet Jackson, Shannon, Expose, The Cover Girls, Trinere, Debbie Deb, Stevie B, Dazz Band, Kool & The Gang, The Gap Band, Jody Watley, Culture Club, Nu Shooz, a-ha, Eurythmics, Devo, The Human League, The Fixx, Talk Talk, Simple Minds, ABC, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, A Flock of Seagulls, The Clash, Guns N Roses, Bon Jovi, The Cars, Rick Springfield, Toto, Phil Collins, The Police, Falco, Billy Idol, Soft Cell, The Go-Go's, Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club... and many more. Please note this is not a playlist, on any given night some of these artists will get played and some will not get played.
ABOUT YOUR DJ:
Dave Paul began his music career in 1984, starting as a mobile dj and evolving into a prominent college radio dj, club dj, and remixer in San Francisco. One of his 45 minute reel-to-reel megamixes was featured on commercial radio station KMEL. During the late 80s and early 90s his weekly radio show "Beat Box Fridays" on college radio station KCSF was instrumental in breaking many hip-hop records in the Bay Area market. In the early 90s, he launched the now legendary publication, The Bomb Hip-Hop Magazine, and in 1995, Paul transformed the magazine into a record label. The company was named "one of the fifteen independent labels that matter," according to Rolling Stone, and the label's Return of the DJ series was ranked by Spin Magazine as #25 in their "The 90 Greatest Albums of the 90's" (Sept. 1999 issue), receiving a higher rating than Gold & Platinum albums by Lauryn Hill, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Green Day, and Fatboy Slim. Dave Paul has appeared on the front cover of Billboard magazine and is featured in the motion picture Scratch. Mr. Paul has DJ'ed throughout the US, toured Europe, released over 100 projects on his record label, and currently produces retro theme parties, including That BIG 80s Party.
DJ Dave Paul