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Sacramento California United States
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In 2007 Tommygirl aka Polly Taylor was introduced to the Club Scene and heard house music for the first time. These early influences were pioneers in the industry. Talent such as Mark Farina, Dan, Tommie Sunshine, Bad Boy Bill, Judge Jules, and list goes on. Taylor was enamored by her male counterparts and was compelled to perform. Only three months after she first touched the vinyl she was booked to play at X-Fest which landed 40 bands and DJs on 8 Stages. More that 15,000 people attended. In the next 5 years Taylor, or Tommygirl, soon landed events stretching from LA to the Bay. Her style was unique bringing an electro sound to the mainstream with house vocals and pop.
In 2009, Dj Tommygirl was asked to mix on the House Music Radio Show. Ghetto House Radio- GHR – A 2 Hour FM Syndicated Show on 17 radio stations worldwide. Taylor was the first female Dj to be on Ghetto House Radio. With overwhelming response from listeners, she quickly became a monthly resident dubbed the princess of ghetto house.
Shejay.net, A Global Roster hosting over 1,800 female DJs, vocalists, VJs and producers – is the world’s largest source for international female talent and Dj Tommygirl from North America was selected to represent the online agency by headlining for Cruise Lines in the Bahamas.
California Hope.org creates radio and television Public Service Announcements to raise awareness about certain issues facing the state, such as Drinking and Driving. Taylors segment as a successful business owner and Dj Tommygirl s popularity as a female in the club scene was used to raise awareness about drinking and driving was asked to reach teenage girls by sharing her accomplishments on a radio segment.
Because of her early fears about entering the DJ scene, Taylor is happy and proud to be a role model for young girls who follow her lead. There are people who ask me questions about spinning or about music and its great for me to be able to help them get started.