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Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote’ Broke “Oops I Did It Again” By Britney Spears

    John Dote On The Hit TV Series Night Beat In Las Vegas

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Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote’ was the main force behind the huge release “Oops I Did It Again” by pop diva Britney Spears in Las Vegas where the superstar frequents regularly. While hosting Night Beat In Las Vegas, John Dote’ had to sort through hundreds of video tapes sent to him from major record labels. In his stack of new releases that included “Smooth” by Santana and “I Need You” by LeAnn Rimes, Dote’ picked a sure winner. The Las Vegas Disc Jockey mounted a promotional campaign of the new release which proved to be successful for Jive Records.

             

Britney Jean Spears (born December 21981) is an American pop singerdancer, and occasional actressauthor,and songwriter. She is best known for her studio albumsmusic videos, and pop songs such as "...Baby One More Time", "Oops!...I Did It Again" and "Toxic", and "Hit Me Baby One More Time".

Spears has sold over seventy-six million records worldwide according to TIME magazine.[1] Having sold over 31 million albums in the U.S., Spears ranks as the eighth best-selling female artist in American music history say's the Vegas Disc Jockey.

Spears first came to fame as a member of the The New Mickey Mouse Club in the early 1990s, after which she took a five-year break from entertainment. She subsequently emerged at the forefront of the pop music scene in late 1998, thanks to her chart-topping debut album, ...Baby One More Time, which was crafted byproducer-songwriter Max Martin. Her second album, Oops!...I Did It Again, which was released the following year, was a similarly huge hit.

In the early 2000s, Spears' success as a singer led her way to high-profile advertising deals, most notably for Pepsi, as well as forays into other forms of media, including film and reality television. Along with her highly-publicized relationship with 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake, her third and fourth albums were released during this era and included more artistic input from Spears, but yielded lower sales. In 2004, she married dancer and aspiring rap artist Kevin Federline and the following year she gave birth to their son, Sean Preston. Their second son, Jayden James, was born in 2006. Eight weeks after the birth of her second child, Spears filed for divorce from Federline, citing irreconcilable differencesSpears' fifth studio album is due to be released in early 2007. It is no secret that Britney Spears partys and stays at The Palms in Las Vegas, according to Las Vegas DJ John Dote'. 

 

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MERIDETH BROOKS, LAS VEGAS DISC JOCKEY JOHN DOTE' - "BITCH"
CAPITOL RECORDS NEW YORK
JOHN DOTE' / T.V. HOST
Merideth Brooks received heavy airplay on the hit televison series "Night Beat In Las Vegas" which was hosted by Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote' on UPN-SCREEN GEMS NETWORK. The video soundtrack titled "Bitch" was a huge hit throughout the country.  

Meredith Brooks was born in Oregon City, Oregon in 1958. Her parents divorced while she was still a child. She and her brother and sister grew up in Corvallis, Oregon and were raised by their mother. At age eleven, Brooks became fascinated with the guitar and she soon learned how to play it. Brooks excelled at academics and skipped several grades in high school, graduating at age 15 from Corvallis High School. In the early 1980s, she moved to Los Angeles to further her career in music. At that time, she recorded the songs that later appeared on See It Through My Eyes. In the later 1980s and early 1990s, she was a member of The Graces, which recorded one album,Perfect View, in 1989.

In the wake of the enormous success of Alanis Morissette in 1995, Brooks landed a major label contract with Capitol Records. She was nearly 39 years old before having her first hit single, "Bitch", in 1997, which garnered her a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. Her album Blurring the Edges achieved platinum sales and peaked at 22 on the Billboard 200. She toured in the US and Europe in 1997 and 1998 to support the album. The song was Brooks' only major hit on the charts. In 1998 she divorced her husband, Russell Jackson, after seven years of marriage.




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 "NIGHTBEAT IN LAS VEGAS" WITH JOHN DOTE' PRESENTS SARA MCLACHLAN

   

Sara McLachlan And Las Vegas Disc Jockey John Dote' Connection

Added: (Tue Apr 10 2007)

If you thought for one moment that airplay on "Nightbeat In Las Vegas" with John Dote'doesn't make noise, then ask Sara Mclaclan.
Congratulations to Sarah McLachlan for being one of the winners of a BMI POP Award for: POP SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR 
Sarah McLachlan's Surfacing Certified 5x's Platinum 

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BREAKING OUT THE BIGGEST HITS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY

Someday" is a single from the rock band Sugar Ray from their album 14:59. The song reached #7 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Hot Modern Rock Tracks, as well as #4 on the Hot 100 Airplay and #4 on Canada's RPM singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the hit t.v. series "NightBeat In Las Vegas" with John Dote', who made the video a "hit" in the major casino's in Las Vegas. The show was the number 1 musical t.v. show on the Screen-Gems Network and viewed by millions. Sugar Ray is an American band formed in 1986. The band, starting off more as a funk metal band, first gained fame in 1997 with their release of the song "Fly". This song's success, coupled with its pop rock sound that was quite different from the rest of their material at the time, led the band to change to a mainstream, pop music style. Subsequent albums shared this similar style, and the band landed a number of hits with "Every Morning", "Someday", and "When It's Over".

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Pop Magazine - JOHN DOTE' PROMOTES CHRISTINA AGUILERA
"LADY MARMALDE" FROM TIME WARNER
When recording producer and ("television promoter to the stars") John Dote' took the long journey to move his t.v. show "NightBeat In Las Vegas" to the state of Florida for TIME WARNER, his first assignment was to create as much exposure for the new video "Lady Marmalade" by Christina Aguilera which he accomplished for RCA Records. The video became a huge smash from his show and was viewed by millions. But that would be the only hit single that Dote' would promote on TIME WARNER for RCA Records before he decided to return to Las Vegas to build his recording studio which has much success. He was later interviewd on the CBS NEWS on the day of Michael Jackson's death by Alyson McCarthy as his record promoter for the "Bad" album.

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