DJ Randy Pulley

Randy Pulley is a Raleigh, NC-based MC/DJ and has performed at corporate events, festivals, clubs, proms, weddings, and other special events up and down the East Coast. Randy got his first taste of music from his parents, whose home resonated with the sounds of 70s soul and classic rock. While earning his Bachelor of Arts Degree from N.C. State University, Randy came to appreciate a wide range of music and began to listen to alternative bands such as The Smiths, The Ramones, REM, and Depeche Mode as well as dance music artists like Madonna. During the late-1980s Randy began his DJ career and has been performing as a MC/DJ for the past 20 years.

Randy has played to incredible crowds at events such as the Saks Fifth Avenue grand opening and Raleigh's First Night (New Year's Eve celebration), and has also provided music between sets for artists such as Chuck Brown, The Drifters, and Morris Day and The Time.

"One of my favorite events was the Opening Night of Cirque du Soleil. The purpose of the event was to create a "buzz" in Raleigh and encourage people to come out and see the Cirque during the week. With a crowd of more than 1,000 people from over 25 different countries, I was not only able to play music currently known by many Americans, but also play music that was popular in Europe."

Randy is constantly updating his music collection and adding to his personal iPod with both old and new artists. "Some of my favorite recent artists on my iPod include Jamie Cullum, Kanye West, and Coldplay. I still like to add artists that have been around for a while such as Springsteen and Stevie Wonder."

Randy's subscription to Top Hits CD service keeps him up to date with all types of music. This subscription, along with other CD purchases, have provided Randy with an impressive and extensive collection of artists and songs from Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Dance, Rock, Country, Alternative Rock, Pop, Classic Rock, Beach, R&B, Jazz, Latin, and Hip Hop. "Given my love for music, my knowledge grows everyday. I enjoy bringing all types of music to as many places as I can, and sometimes expose new songs and artists that, otherwise, might go unheard."