Ferry Corsten is a talented DJ and music producer who has worked in the EDM world for more
than two decades. He released a compilation album in 2011 entitled 20 Years of Ferry Corsten, which was a mega album love
song to his devoted fans. With this album, he reminded music lovers why he has become such a success. He has had dozens of
hits on the EDM charts in countries across the globe, and he continues to create new hit music all the time.
release of his compilation album, he did something no other electronic artist had ever done. He released the record in App-only
format. This downloadable application allowed fans to listen to the entire album and explore aspects of the music like never
before. He was the first to use this medium, and fans were appreciative. He released his latest fourth studio album, WKND
in 2012, and it has been climbing the charts ever since. This dance-inducing album is the primary subject of his current tour,
along with inventive new mixes and a host of his greatest hits.
This one-of-a-kind DJ has been
a part of the music business for more than 20 years. And in that time, he has released tracks under more than 30 different
artist names. He has utilized all of these aliases in order to get his music out to all types of music fans. Some of the most
famous projects are System F., Moonman, Eon, Albion and Pulp Victim. With these alter egos, Corsten has been able to not only
propel himself into superstardom, but he has been able to help fellow producers and DJs along the way. He is credited with
helping launch the careers of artists like Armin van Buuren, whom he teamed up with to create the smash hit "Brute."
About the Artist
Ferry Corsten is a Dutch producer and electronic musician who has become an international superstar
in the EDM world for his unique and dance-worthy mixes. He was took the No. 7 spot on the annual DJ Magazine Top 100 DJ Poll.
He has continued to make the list every year since, and continues to be a highly sought-after act in the music world.
grew up in the Netherlands, dreaming of becoming a producer and DJ. He remixed under several different aliases while in high
school, and released his first record when he was 16. By the time he was 17 he had already booked professional work and was
working as a DJ. Along with DJing, Corsten also washed cars and worked other odd jobs to earn money to buy his first keyboard.
He sold his mixtapes to friends at school and other teens in his neighborhood to gain extra cash and get his work out in the
community. He later teamed up with another aspiring DJ and began performing his mixes live. He won an award for his work in
the mid-90s, even earning a chart position with his single "Don't Be Afraid." Corsten formed his own label with his business
partner and began producing his own music. Since the 90s, Corsten has become a huge sensation in the EDM world. He continues
to headline tours and perform for his growing number of fans.
Corsten found fame
in the late 1990s when he began working on his second solo project under the alias System F. His first album as System F.
was released on the Tsunami imprint in 1999. His trance-inducing melodies that mesmerized dance club inhabitants in the early
90s were back and better than ever in this album, and fans couldn't get enough of them. His first single from Out of the Blue
earned a No. 20 spot on the UK singles chart and his follow-up single "Cry" earned a spot on the UK Top 20. Throughout the
next few years, System F.'s popularity began to grow and he got the opportunity to work with other big names of the time like
DJ Tiesto, Vincent de Moor and Robert Smit.
If you've ever been to Ohio, you know that
that the native people are generally nice, hold-the-door-open-for-you kind of people. And when you come out to listen to a
live performance featuring this one-of-a-kind singer, you will get that hometown feeling from this down-to-Earth guy. While
he has gone on several tours singing hits from his glossy studio albums with a full band and special effects to spare, his
latest music is simpler and unencumbered by over-the-top glamour. He's just a guy who's there to sing his heartfelt music
and tell you what inspired his thought-provoking lyrics.
His Midwest charm extends throughout his performance, and on
into the crowd where the singer often finds himself after a concert, chatting and laughing with his fans. House's humble demeanor
and hilarious anecdotes makes his performances more than just a musical set. They are an entertaining night on the porch,
listening to the sweet melodies of an acoustic guitar drift off into the darkness. Don't be surprised if the audience begs
for an encore and House extends his already jam-packed set.