DJ AM Triumphs with Jay-Z Return
The miracles keep coming for Adam Goldstein.
The popular DJ, who survived a fatal plane crash in South Carolina with collaborating musician Travis Barker, is back and bigger than ever.
The day after a fundraiser being held in his honor, Goldstein will reemerge professionally on Wednesday alongside rap star Jay-Z, when the two men reopen Los Angeles performance landmark the Hollywood Palladium.
“He’s the greatest rapper in the world,” Goldstein told People magazine. “This is the biggest thing that’s happened in my career.”
Goldstein will play house deejay to Beyonce’s husband for the performance, which is expected to draw a diverse crowd including Kanye West, T.I., Ellen Pompeo, Luke Wilson and, um, Josh Groban.