We’ve recruited some of the finest DJ’s in the Southeast to help keep you on the floor all weekend long!



Aliceann has been playing music since she was 6 and partner dancing since she was since she was 9.  Swing and blues music speak to her both on and off the dance floor.  Believing the music is what drives these dances, she continues to dive into the history of vintage jazz and blues and collect new music that inspires dancers to move.
Aliceann dances and DJs both in her home scene of Knoxville and at events across the Southeast and Midwest.  Also in Knoxville, she coaches and choreographs for 2 dance teams, coordinates the blues scene, teaches and DJs for the Knoxville Swing Dance Association, and hosts other dance events around town.



Dave Barry first cut his DJ chops at the Mobtown Ballroom in Baltimore under the stressful and terrifying tutelage of Michael Seguin and Sarah Sullivan. Completing the circle of life, he now runs the Jazz Den in Richmond, Virginia so he can yell at his own DJs. Dave’s music can only be described as having “oomph” starting with classic swing and ending with a groovy twist. He is not associated with the humor columnist from the Miami Herald but is happy to do book signings anyway.



Brad Nathanson had been dancing for over a decade before he began DJing for swing and blues dances around his home town of Charlotte, NC. Since then he has been named the resident DJ for GottaSwing Charlotte and has DJed at numerous dance events throughout the southeast, as well as in Montreal, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
     “I love finding new swing and blues music,” Brad said recently in an interview with himself. “There’s no greater thrill than watching dancers scurry across the floor because they just haaaaave to find someone to dance with. Hey, watch where you’re putting that microphone!”

Based in Greenville, SC, Callie has been dancing Lindy Hop and Blues since February, 2015. She loves djaying locally as well as around the world as it allows her to spread her love and excitement of dance. Able to read the energy of the room, Callie plays the music that will keep you dancing all night!

Kevin Kim decided to try DJing because he wanted to dance to particular songs he came across and enjoyed, and thought other people might like them too. Joke’s on him, because now he likes DJing

so much that he rarely dances during one of his own sets. He resides in the lost underwater city of Atlanta where he’s part of the regular DJ rotation at swing and blues dances. Kevin has been invited to DJ at many events across the South East, happy to share his musical findings with all dancers.

“Legendary for founding and coordinating Holy City Blues in Charleston, SC, Dave Fuerte has been DJing blues and swing events across the Southeast since 2011. His passion for Jazz, Gospel, Soul,and Blues drives him to find those tunes that will have you foot-tappin’, booty-waggin’, and feelin’ good all night long.”


Suzanne started out ballroom dancing (WHAT?!) in South Carolina in 2004 and continued with it through college, competing and teaching. After some nudging from a friend, she went swing dancing for the first time in 2014 and was completely addicted from the very first swing out! Soon after, she began traveling for lindy events. Suzanne started djing in November of 2014 as DJ Suzy-Q, and hasn’t looked back since. Her sets are playful and sure to get you swinging out hard! Since she moved to the DC area, she’s been enjoying djing at the Jam Cellar, the DC Balboa Club, and Back Room Blues. You may have caught one of her sets at Lindy Focus, CHEX, SOHK, or DCLX. She can’t wait to be a part of GVLX!