Former Ghetto House Radio Resident DJ
As a club DJ, Tommy Girl has played at some of the most renowned clubs and festivals including Drais LV, Aura Pleasanton CA, Wet, Fresno, B4 Twelve Palo Alto CA, District 30, Sacramento, Zen Lounge Mountain View, CA, Pride SF, Love Parade SF, X-Fest, Lucky Fest, and Bump I Music Festival.
In the corporate world, Taylor has been associated with MAC Cosmetics, BEBE, Remy Martin, Macy’s, Victoria’s Secret, Playboy Radio, & 944 Magazine.
In 2009 Tommy Girl was the first female DJ to spin on America’s #1 electronic dance music mix show Ghetto House Radio, an FM syndicated mix show airing on over 25 major market radio stations worldwide. She quickly became a monthly guest resident dubbed “the princess of ghetto house.” In 2010, she was interviewed on the Playboy Radio Channel while attending a Karma Event at the Los Angeles’s famed Playboy Mansion. Playboy Jeopardy was played and she talked about the Kandy Masquerade event airing on SIRIUS Satellite, XM 99, and Fox News. 2009 California Hope.org creates radio and television Public Service Announcements to raise awareness about certain issues facing the state. Taylor was asked to share her message targeting teenagers with a "Don’t drink and drive,” radio segment.
Tommy Girl has donated her DJ services and helped raise money for the Capital City Aids walk, the Wounded Warrior Project, Breast Cancer Awareness and the American Heart Association.
She is the 2013-2014 MAMA award winner for Best House DJ. In 2010, she ranked #10 on The DJ List behind #1 positioned Kaskade which placed her in the top 10 DJ’s in San Francisco.
Tommy Girl’s strong musical background transpired at a young age. She played 3 different instruments fluently before entering high school, which gave her the honor of performing for the Queen of England. As a competitive figure skater until she was 25, her classical music selections fueled her passion for her performances. The LA native’s early influences were pioneers in the industry. Taylor was enamored by the craft and was compelled to touch the Vinyl. Only three months later she was spinning at X-Fest, an event showcasing 40 bands and DJs on 8 Stages. More than 15,000 people attended and she quickly landed events stretching from LA to the Bay. Her style was unique bringing an electro sound to the mainstream with house vocals and pop. This DJ, Nail Tech, Salon Owner and featured cover photo artist for Nailpro Magazine plans to launch her lip scrub line, Devout Pout early this summer.
Comments by Dj Tommy Girl
your voice made me cry! amazing!!!
Yeah woo oooh fire!!!
Dirty beat is sik as fuzz!!
love the keyboard here. all murdered out! lol dope!
Yes!! Brup! Brup brup! great job amy!!