DJ Paul Andrews

Paul Andrews has been a music video “VJ” since 1989.


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DJ Paul Andrews

Paul Andrews, a commodity in the world of professional disc jockeys, Paul began his career in 1985, in South Florida in his teens as a radio DJ in high school. While most people were searching for the meaning of life, Paul came across his destiny! 30 years later he is STILL doing it! Some of his notable accomplishments include:

Paul was hand selected by Rolling Stone guitarist Ron Wood, as lead disc jockey and MC for his Woody’s On The Beach club in Miami Beach, Florida. One of the first disc jockeys EVER to play at Walt Disney’s Pleasure Island Resort and lead entertainer and director for Discovery Cruiselines in Miami, Florida. Paul was brought in by Cellar Door Promotions to MC Van Halen’s “Monsters of Rock” tour in Miami.

Paul Andrews has been a music video “VJ” since 1989 (began DJing in 1985) while working for American Bandstand in Bayside Florida under the legendary Dick Clark. His knowledge in doing music video “VJing” has since made him the most sought after in this field topping currently 30,000+ music videos in all genres and decades going back to the 1950’s. Currently, Paul Andrews is the in house Music Video VJ and Music Coordinator for Studio Eighty in Fort Worth. It’s an all 80’s music video themed club open to the public. He has done music videos for many corporate functions for themed events or open dance floor styled programs. All the videos are in top quality 4K and are all legally purchased. His area of specialty is the 80’s genre during the peak of MTV to today’s top hits in both pop AND country.

Paul is in demand all over Texas and has played hundreds of private functions and social events. Paul is a most requested DJ for popular venues such as AT & T Stadium, Gilley’s Dallas, Omni Dallas & Fort Worth, Southfork Ranch & Conference Center and House Of Blues Dallas to name a few.

Paul has opened or shared the stage with everyone from Jamie Foxx, Asleep At The Wheel, Johnny Lee, Clint Black, Toby Keith, Huey Lewis & The News, The Blues Brothers and the list goes on.