Grammy-nominated Producer and DJ Morgan Page tells us where he goes while he's on the road.
We caught up with Grammy-nominated Producer and DJ Morgan Page to chat about where he goes while he's touring the world. Morgan may kicking off his In the Air tour this Thursday at a sold out show in Los Angeles, but there are a ton of other dates to check him out. To read more about his tour, go to his website morganpage.com and be sure to follow him on Twitter @MorganPage
When you’re playing gigs in America, which cities do you look forward to partying in the most?
My favorite cities to play are LA, Vancouver, and Miami. They all have great local talent, great food, and an incredible vibe.
What bars and nightclubs are you sure to hit up when you’re touring and why?
My favorite places to go are Mansion in Miami, the Playhouse in Los Angeles, and Celebrities in Vancouver. All of these clubs go crazy and have great layouts and production… Not to mention they are all great for people watching.
Which city has the sexiest girls?
Miami, for sheer shock value!
What is your craziest story from the road?
One time in New Mexico, the club was so rammed the heat broke the air conditioning and it started raining from the condensation, which short-circuited the mixer - and I had to dodge beer bottles being thrown at the stage. Also, in Brazil I was held up at gunpoint in the afternoon on a crowded street.
Are there any places you’re looking forward to playing that you haven’t been before?
Italy, Japan, Argentina, France and Spain.
What’s your first memory of Playboy magazine?
Stealing a copy from my cousins and having to hide it.
What albums or songs are on your tour playlist?
I'm really addicted to Spotify, so I just star a bunch of albums - save them offline and let them play. It ranges from bands like Active Child, to my friends like Kaskade.
Who is your favorite playmate?
Tough to pick one, but there's a girl named Hayley A. you should keep your eye on, future Playmate material!
How was your time at Coachella?
Coachella was intense as always. I told myself 6 years ago after I saw Daft Punk unveil their pyramid I wouldn't come back until I was asked to perform, and sure enough - here I am! My new stage setup is just the start of a new focus on visuals and having everything sync to the music. I'll be touring to support my new album "In the Air" around the world.