Hitting the right note for New Brunswick

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Music, Parties and Nightlife
Music: More than 20 artists to represent province in performances during Winter Games
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Mike Landry
Telegraph-Journal

While all eyes will be on Canada’s athletes competing for Olympic gold next month, a lot of ears in Vancouver will be treated to the best of New Brunswick music.

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Julie Doiron and Measha Bruegger
New Brunswick musicians who will perform at the Olympics in Vancouver. Clockwise from upper left: Julie Doiron; Measha Brueggergosman; Olympic Symphonium (members, from left, Nick Cobham, Bob Deveau, Kyle Cunjak, Graeme Walker and Dennis Goodwin); Jessica Rhaye; and Matt Andersen.

More than 20 of New Brunswick musicians have been financed by the province’s Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport to perform at Atlantic Canada House and Place de la Francophonie from Feb. 13 to 28.

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Dj Nasty – Caribbean Belle Magazine

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Caribbean Flavas, Music

Caribbean Belle Magazine April 2009 Issue

Dj Nasty Naz has been featured in the “Caribbean Belle” Magazine – one of the top Caribbean Magazines, which has started to take over not only the Islands by storm, but North America as well. He is featured as one of the Caribbean’s “Movers and Shakers”. This is for the April 2009 Issue, with an extensive write up, with how he got started, right up to some advice he gives to aspiring DJ’s.

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Caribbean Belle – The Caribbean’s Mover and Shaker – DJ Nasty Naz

Driven to succeed

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Caribbean Flavas

Hardworking, talented | Naz Ali has managed to successfully juggle two careers – one as a restaurateur and another as internationally known DJ Nasty Naz.

By LAVERNE STEWART
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FULFILLING WORK: Naz Ali runs his downtown restaurant, Caribbean Flavas, and is also a DJ — DJ Nasty Naz — who often records live shows for syndicated radio programming heard in Toronto, Calgary, the Netherlands and New York City.

He loves to feed you — body and soul.

The lunch crowd at Caribbean Flavas is just leaving and Naz Ali is able to leave his openconcept kitchen and come into the dining area for a chat. He’s been up since dawn. Ali won’t stop until sometime in the wee hours of tomorrow but he’s not complaining. Ali loves the crazy hours he keeps.
As a restaurateur and DJ, he’s having a love affair with his dual careers. Because he often works 18-hour days in demanding, albeit fulfilling occupations, he doesn’t have time for a relationship presently, he says. If and when it does happen, it will have to be with someone who is involved in some way with the industry and who understands the demands on his time.

“Food and music are my girlfriends,” says Ali.

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