Joe Martin's All Star Disc JockeyS is a full time entertainment company with over 30 years of proven experience.
At the early age of 6 years old, Joe Martin knew his lifelong dream was to become a disc jockey. In school his studies included public speaking, acting, and choir. This set the stage for him to major in radio/television once enrolled at the University of North Texas in Denton.
Fast forward to 1972 when Joe Martin first arrived in Wichita Falls at KTRN (The Mighty 1290) to fulfill his dreams of becoming a radio disc jockey. Over the next 26 years, Martin continued to work in Wichita Falls on the air at KLUR, QV103, KNIN, and KYYI Bear 104. One of the highlights of Martin's radio career was when he was asked to broadcast his radio show from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. He was recognized by the Wichita Falls Times Record News in 1998 when he was named "Texoma's Best Disc Jockey." Martin left radio that same year to continue with All Star Disc Jockeys, the company he had started years before.
1974 saw Martin become the first club disc jockey in Wichita Falls when he was hired to be the disc jockey at the Seymour Highway Electric Company. His club stints included working at the Mad Hatter, Dance Factory, and finally ended with a 16 year run in the clubs at Sheppard A.F.B. Over the years, Joe Martin has had the opportunity to serve as Master of Ceremonies and open the show for many well known national acts including REM, Eddie Money, Joan Jett, and the Weird Al Yankovic/Dr. Demento Show.
In 1974 Martin became a pioneer in what today is known as the mobile disc jockey entertainment industry. He is one of very few Texas disc jockeys to be recognized by the industries leading trade magazines Mobile Beat and DJ Times. He has been featured in a number of local newspaper stories for his accomplishments. He expanded his operation to include karaoke entertainment in 1994. The following year Martin had the honor of singing onstage at the Metz in Las Vegas, Nevada for the National Coast To Coast Karaoke Finals. Two years later he was named "Karaoke DJ of the Year" by the American Disc Jockey Awards at the annual disc jockey convention in Las Vegas. Mobile Beat Magazine recognized Martin in 1999 by having him entertain convention attendees at The Beach, one of the larger night clubs in Las Vegas. What an honor to be asked to entertain in front of many of his disc jockey peers.
The biggest honor came for Joe Martin when he was inducted into the Disc Jockey Hall of Fame by the American Disc Jockey Awards at the 2003 Mobile Beat Disc Jockey Convention in Las Vegas. Requirements for this award included having at least 25 years service in the disc jockey profession. Martin is one of six people in the U.S. to receive this honor.
He has been a member of the American Disc Jockey Association since inception in the early nineties. He has also been asked to share his knowledge of the DJ industry by speaking at numerous disc jockey conventions in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Louisville, Kentucky, and Las Vegas, Nevada. Not only has Joe Martin devoted his entire adult life to the mobile disc jockey industry, he has also turned music into his hobby with his collection of antique jukeboxes. Martin has donated his services to various area charities over the years including Relay For Life and the M.D.A.
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