The boys turned out for Eddie Martinez on Saturday. Maybe it was the sexy grin, gun show and pecs that we promised. Or the music. But the New York DJ worked an Atlanta crowd into a frenzy.
The DJ with his own record label and his own signature style worked the booth at Jungle and showed why Martinez (top photo) is such a popular catch in his native NYC. And you wore him out. Before retreating to his studio on Sunday when he arrived home, Martinez could only muster a brief, “Thank you Atlanta!” to fans.
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