Get ready for an exhilarating night out when you see Eric Prydz perform live on a big stage! If you
loved his smash hit song "Call On Me" back in the day, you'll want to act fast to get tickets to see him work his magic at
a venue near you! This charismatic music man will be performing on Mar. 28 at the Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park Miami
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He first shot to fame with the fist-pumping, catchy dance hit "Call on Me" in the
2000s. Now, Eric Prydz is hitting the road again this year, and you'll want to book your seats early to catch one of his live
gigs. Prydz is a renowned Swedish DJ and producer that is currently based in London. He's been churning out songs since 2001,
and always attracts a huge crowd when he's mixing beats at nightclubs all over the world.
Prydz' hit single "Call On Me" samples Steve Winwood's hit "Valerie."
Eric Sheridan Prydz
is based in Los Angeles, California. In October 2012, DJ Magazine confirmed the results of their yearly Top 100 DJ Poll, where
Prydz placed at #52. In addition to producing music, Prydz oversees the record labels Pryda, Pryda Friends, and Mouseville,
which release a large portion of his own music. With Pryda, he releases music under the stage name Pryda. With Mouseville
Records, a record label founded in 2002, he releases techno tracks under the name Cirez D.
He is best-known for his
2004 hit single "Call On Me." The song stayed at the top of the UK singles charts for five weeks. The song also charted at
number one on the German Top 100 for six weeks in a row. The song garnered him recognition from both underground and mainstream
fans. In 2006, he released a remixed version of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2," titled "Proper Education,"
with a video to go along with it.
"Proper Education" was released on May 21, 2012 via Virgin Records. Disc 1 is comprised
of new unreleased Pryda productions, which include "Shadows," "Agag," "Mighty Love," "Allein," and the intro edit of "Pjanoo."
Discs 2 and 3 consist of several of the classic tracks from the Pryda catalogue, with sequencing and mixing by the artist
The Ministry of Sound club in London hosted the launch of the Eric Prydz Presents Pryda record, where Prydz
played several of the tracks off the album. Inserting the disc in a computer and visiting Eric Prydz' Facebook page gives
fans access to a download of "Tijuana," a track formerly known as "Space Miami ID" in.WAV format.
Prydz's 2012 album Eric Prydz Presents Pryda reached number 40 on the UK chart.
Throughout his entire career, Prydz
has released the hit singles"Call on Me," "Woz Not Woz" (with Steve Angello), "Proper Education," "Pjanoo," "Niton (The Reason),"
and "Every Day."
His single "Allein" off the album Eric Prydz Presents Pryda made its way to the number 12 spot on the
US Dance chart.
In 2002, Prydz recorded the remixes "Outfunk – Echo Vibes (Eric Prydz Remix),"
"Star Alliance – PVC (Eric Prydz Remix)," and "Par-T-One – I'm So Crazy (Eric Prydz Remix)."
In 2003, Prydz
cut the remixes "Harry's Afro Hut – C'mon Lady (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Outfunk – Lost in Music (Eric Prydz Remix),"
"Steve Angello – Voices (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Snap! vs. Motivo – The Power (Of Bhangra) (Eric Prydz Remix)," "M
Factor – Come Together (Eric Prydz Remix)," "The Attic – Destiny (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Futureshock – Pride's
Paranoia (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Oliver Lieb & Shakeman Presents: Smoked – Metropolis (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Pet Shop
Boys – Miracles (Eric Prydz Remix)," and "Aloud – Sex & Sun (Eric Prydz Remix)."
In 2004, Prydz dropped
the remixes "Duran Duran – (Reach Up For The) Sunrise (Eric Prydz Remix)," "The Shapeshifters – Lola's Theme (Eric
Prydz Remix)," "Mutiny vs. Lorraine Cato – Holding On (Eric Prydz Remix)," and "Alter Ego – Rocker (Eric Prydz
In 2005, Prydz released the remixes "Axwell - Feel The Vibe (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Howard Jones – And
Do You Feel Scared? (Eric Prydz Remix)," and "Eric Prydz & Adeva – In & Out (Eric Prydz Remix)."
he issued the remixes "Double 99 - R.I.P. Groove (Cirez D Remix)," "Switch – A Bit Patchy (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Paolo
Mojo – 1983 (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Michael Jackson – Thriller (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Duran Duran – Nice (Eric
Prydz Remix)," and "Inner City – Good Life (Eric Prydz Summer 2006 Edit)."
In 2007, he published the remix "Sven
Väth – The Beauty & The Beast (Eric Prydz Re-edit)."
In 2008, he released the remixes "Jim Rivers &
Paolo Mojo – Ron Hardy Said (Eric Prydz Remix)" and "Christian Smith & John Selway - Total Departure (Cirez D Remix)."
2009, he dropped the remixes "Sébastien Léger – The People (Eric Prydz Remix)" and "Calvin Harris –
Flashback (Eric Prydz Remix)."
In 2010, he released "Faithless - Not Going Home (Eric Prydz Remix)" and "Felix Da Housecat
- Thee Anthem (Eric Prydz Remix)."
In 2011, he issued "Eric Prydz feat. Jan Burton - Niton (The Reason) (Pryda '82'
Mix)," "Depeche Mode - Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus (Eric Prydz Remix)," "Digitalism
- Circles (Eric Prydz Remix)," and "Guy J & Henry Saiz - Meridian (Pryda Remix)."
In 2012, Prydz dropped "M83 -
Midnight City (Eric Prydz Private Remix)."