Joe T. Vanelli

Joe T. Vannelli started his career in 1977 as a radio host DJ. Since then he has become one of the most famous and acclaimed Italian dance music producers, remixers and DJ's. Works include remixes for artists such as, Erasure, Giorgio Moroder, New Order, Kim English, Mark Morrison, Mone', Rozalla, Thelma Houston, and Bobby Brown to name but a few.

Joe's career as a globetrotting DJ has taken him all over the world. JTV has performed at great clubs in England such as Ministry of Sound, Hard Times, Cream, and Renaissance as well as the some of the best clubs in Italy like Ecogroove, Prince, Pacha', After Dark, Tutti Frutti and East Site.

As a DJ, Joe T. Vannelli's talent has set an example for many people. And, his extraordinary taste as a producer and remixer makes him able to take his style into recording studios around the globe. Joe T. has been remixing for over a decade since Mix Time 1 and 2, courtesy of EMI (1986).

In 1989, Joe T. Vannelli started building his own record studio in Milan, "J.T. Company" and formed the following labels:
Dream Beat,
DBX Records,
MWC (Muzic Without Control),
Clubbin' Records,
909 Records.

Among his many claims to fame, he discovered, valued and signed talents like Robert Miles, creator of "Children", "Fable" and "One & One" (18 gold, 2 platinum records).

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