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The nightlife executive has witnessed the scene’s evolution since the late ’80s, while moonlighting as a DJ.

DJ Dave Fogg keeps the music coming from the booth to the office

June 21st, 2018

The nightlife executive has witnessed the scene’s evolution since the late ’80s, while moonlighting as a DJ.

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