DJ Bert Bevans raises Pontoon

DJ Bert Bevans raises Pontoon

The recently revamped Pontoon Lounge in Phnom Penh will host the legendary Bert Bevans, whose dance music antics "sank the ship" in July. Bert Bevans, one of the first resident DJs at London's Ministry of Sound, will once again rock Pontoon from 10pm until close tonight. Bevans started out playing "block parties" in Hollis, New York, and later played gigs at legendary clubs like Studio 54, Paradise Garage, Xenon, Electric Circus, Bonds and Playboy Club. He eventually made his way to London where he became one of the first resident DJs at the Ministry of Sound. For more on the British, Honduras-born DJ, visit www.disco-disco.com/djs/bert.shtml.

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