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Betterdays Australia Day Eve with France's DJ Gregory

Author: Onelove
Monday, January 10, 2005
In its 14th year of bringing Melbourne the absolute highest standard of first-class clubbing action, Betterdays is back at The Prince in conjunction with Wrangler on Tuesday 25th January - Australia Day Eve - with France's DJ Gregory.

DJ Gregory is renowned for his work with Bob Sinclar on the Africanism Projects ("Block Party"/"Torment of Love"), and has since 1994 been a resident on the famous Radio FG in France.

The man behind the TGV club and its "Sunshine People", Gregory also enjoyed a successful stint in New York. Upon his return to France, Gregory started his own label, Faya Combo, and then took the world's dancefloors by storm with "Tropical Sound Clash".

Championed by house producers like Masters At Work and Mousse T, Gregory's track "It" reached the top position on DJ Magazine's Ibiza Hype Chart. His percussive club anthem "Elle" also proved popular, as did his collaborations with Julian Jabre.

DJ Gregory continues to make his presence felt with a densely packed international itinerary, the Parisian beatmaster staking his claim as the latest addition to the exclusive group of French house-icians that includes the likes of Dimitri From Paris, Bob Sinclar and Martin Solveig.

DJ Gregory returns to Betterdays by popular demand after a killer New Year's Night performance in 2004, and he'll be joined at The Prince by local DJ's John Course, Franky D and Mark John.

Tickets for this event are available now for $35 from The Prince Public Bar, Dakota 501 (Chapel Street), online at, or via telephone credit card booking on 9536 1168.

Betterdays at The Prince in St Kilda - it doesn't get any better than this!