Nightlife

Victor Calderone Plays Gryphon on Saturday

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​Miami loves Victor

Calderone, his big-room tribal house beats and energetic pop diva

remixes for the likes of Madonna, Beyonce, and Whitney Houston are

exactly the sort of thing that gets Miami's mainstream nightlife set off

at the club. The Brooklyn-based DJ/producer had an auspicious career

start back in the early '90s when he and then-partner Joey Beltram (a

rave era legend in his own right) got signed to Sire records during

their short-lived techno collaboration Program 2.

During the late

'90s Calderone would continuously top the Billboard Dance Chart,

including #1 slots for the hits "Give It Up", "Beat Me Harder", and his

massively successful remix for Sting's "Desert Rose" which spent an

impressive 80 weeks on the charts. After his famed residencies at clubs

Roxy in NYC and Liquid in Miami Beach, Calderone has continued to enjoy

international DJ renown and still gathers huge crowds for his energetic sets, like the one he'll be throwing down at Gryphon nightclub

at the Seminole Hard Rock on Saturday night.

Victor Calderone. Saturday, April 24. Gryphon, 5711 Seminole Way, Hollywood. Doors

open at 10 p.m. Tickets cost $20 in advance from wantickets.com.

Ages 21+ with ID. 954-581-5454; gryphon-club.com


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