Lemonade is quenching all of your thirsts and desires…
Saturday June 12th!
San Francisco’s most famous DJs Trevor Simpson and DJ E-Rock will be spinning
house and top 40 all night long in two rooms.
Lemonade is San Francisco’s hottest monthly party and is ALWAYS SOLD OUT.
Dress to impress and bring a date…drink, dance, and dream with our
upscale, fashion forward crowd.
To guarantee entry, VIP Table Service is recommended. Call VIP Jeremy Martens at 415.595.5896 for reservations.
For VIP Guest List Sign Up http://www.Trevor.VipList.US/
The entertainment and electronic music bug bit Trevor Simpson at a very young age. He started DJing and producing events at the tender age of 14 in Boulder Colorado. In 1997 Trevor founded Torque Productions, an underground event production company and clothing label. Later that year Trevor moved to San Francisco and quickly gained a devoted following as one of the city’s fresh new house DJs. Over the years Trevor held many prominent positions as resident DJ for Mixed Elements production company as well as clubs such as the legendary 1015 Folsom. In 2005 Trevor Simpson became the music director for Energy 92.7FM, San Francisco’s Pure Dance radio station. At Energy 92.7 Trevor mixed house music daily at 6pm for the drive home and then took over as on-air personality and host from 7pm-midnight. Trevor has now moved his award winning mix show “The Clubbers Commute” to Wild 94.9, the number one rated station in San Francisco airing the best in global house music for two hours every Friday night for the drive home from the clubs!
As a producer Trevor has remixed tracks for Lady Gaga, M.I.A., Jason Derulo, LMFAO, Oscar G, and had the best selling mix of the #1 Billboard smash “Push n Pull” by Sylvia Tosun. Trevor has released five “World Town” Cd’s that have become staples in cars and iPods all over the world, and four major label mix CDs on Ultra Records including Ultra Dance 8, which sold over 80,000 copies.
Trevor Simpson, along with fiancée Mariam, produces his signature monthly event “World Town” at Ruby Skye, San Francisco’s premier nightclub and concert venue. World Town has seen some of the biggest DJs, artists, and live performers in dance music including: Tiesto, Lady Gaga, David Guetta, Kaskade, Fedde Le Grande, Luciana Live, DJ Chuckie, Mischa Daniels, Funkerman, Stonebridge, Morgan Page, JJ Flores and Steve Smooth, Dave Dresden, Andy Caldwell, and resident DJ Trevor Simpson.
The future is bright for Trevor Simpson as the USA’s next big electronic music star. His first full-length album will be finished in June and boasts features from some of the best-known names in dance music. World Town is also expanding to new markets including San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver and Cabo San Lucas in the summer of 2010. Trevor’s ability to blend all aspects of dance and pop music in to a set that retains underground credibility is infectious, and is the future of the global sound.
There aren’t too many 30 year olds with 15 years of professional DJ experience—in fact, San Francisco’s DJ E-Rock is probably the only one. But what was once a kitschy fact has turned into a career that includes hosting the Bay Area’s hottest radio show, running SF’s biggest nightclub, providing the soundtrack for the local MLB team, and touring the country as an in-demand and on-the-ball DJ. E-Rock came of age in an era when carrying record crates up three flights of stairs was mandatory and it’s given him a party-rocking edge in an MP3 era where celebrities can call themselves DJs. Of course, that doesn’t mean he doesn’t DJ for the stars…Lil Jon, CC Sabathia, Jamie Foxx, Tommy Lee and more have asked for his services. Always repping his
city, DJ E-Rock’s CLUB 949 is San Fran’s Friday soundtrack of choice, even as the podcast gets 30,000+ international downloads each week. And when his entertainment director gig at Club Infusion—a 6,000 square foot, $5 million venue—is nominated as Best New Nightclub by Nightclub & Bar and called one of the top 35 clubs in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, he’s obviously doing something right to get the party started.