Thursday, September 3, 2015

Injured DJ AM back in action

Philly-raised DJ AM is back on his feet and was back in town playing with Jay-Z at the Powerhouse show by Power 99 Friday at the Wachovia Center. Not much fanfare about AM, born Adam Goldstein, who was recently severely burned in a plane crash which killed four people. Boxing champ Bernard Hopkins was a guest at the show, which featured Ludacris, as a surprise guest playing two songs with T.I. PhillyEdge has a photo set from the show. Ludacris aka Chris Bridges decided to stay longer in town, and checked into the Ritz-Carlton early Saturday morning.

Injured DJ AM back in action

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Philly-raised DJ AM is back on his feet and was back in town playing with Jay-Z at the Powerhouse show by Power 99 Friday at the Wachovia Center. Not much fanfare about AM, born Adam Goldstein, who was recently severely burned in a plane crash which killed four people. Boxing champ Bernard Hopkins was a guest at the show, which featured Ludacris, as a surprise guest playing two songs with T.I. PhillyEdge has a photo set from the show. Ludacris aka Chris Bridges decided to stay longer in town, and checked into the Ritz-Carlton early Saturday morning.

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