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General News / August 22, 2017

Don’t book Kelly-Anne Byrne as a “female DJ” – Conversations Podcast

General News / August 22, 2017

Don’t book Kelly-Anne Byrne as a “female DJ” – Conversations Podcast

Kelly-Anne Byrne is one of Ireland’s most loved and hardest working DJs.

She’s put in countless hours behind the clubs’ decks and played music for multiple radio stations around Ireland, specialising in disco but never turning down a good tune from any genre.

We sat down with her last month to discuss her musical upbringing with Phantom 105.2, emigrating to New York to focus on playwriting and rediscovering DJing over, and finally Kelly-Anne speaks passionately on the contentious issue (or non-issue) of women in dance music.

Listen below, and be sure to subscribe to District Conversations wither via iTunes or our RSS feed.

https://soundcloud.com/district-magazine/dont-book-kelly-anne-byrne-as-a-female-dj-conversation-17?in=district-magazine/sets/district-conversations