On March 10, 1977, a DJ and producer Jorg Loeffelmeier was born. He is better known as Jorn van Deynhoven. Jorn has a half German and half Dutch in his bloodline. Amsterdam, Netherlands is considered to be his home town. He pursue and developed his musical career here. In 2007, Jorn rework the single “The Hardest Heart” by Blank and Jones. The single was released in Blank and Jones’ album “Monument”.
In 2009, Jorn met RAM, a Dutch artist. They discovered that they share point of view in terms of music, same philosophy and idea. They decided to construct a collaboration single together. The title of the single was “RAMsterdam”. It their collaborative single was released with Amada Music. The 8th spot in “A State of Trance” was gained by the newly released single. Just twelve weeks of its launching, it reached a worldwide sales and it was included in most playlist of different DJ all over the world. Their music was considered as the “Tune of the Year 2009”. And due to its success, Jorn had been recognized as the “New Talent of Trance”.
Later 2009, Jorn pioneered his very own radio show entitled “Spotlight” on the radio station “Afterhours.FM”. Jorn and his friend, Joshua Cunningham, won a Remix Contest on MySpace. It was the Desperate Religion’s ATB remix contest. He pursued this contest believing that when he won, his musical career will be boost up.
Famous artists chose Jorn van Deyhoven to grade their productions. Artists and supporters like Andain, Roger Shah, Glenn Morrison, Dash Berlin, Jan Johnston and Armin van Buuren. Jorn received commendations and positive remarks on his production. So far, Jorn produced two remix smash hits. Those are “RAMsterdam” by RAM and Andain’s single “Beautiful Things”.
Jorn is known for his creative and precise operation as a turntable technician. He has was invited as a guest in different radio shows including Solarstone’s Solaris International, Tiesto’s Clublife, and Vonyc Sessions with Paul van Dyk.
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