Gareth Thomas Rhys Emery is a British trance producer and DJ. He is best known for his three studio albums: Northern Lights, Drive and 100 Reasons to Live, and winning the prestigious A State of Trance Tune of the Year award three times.
|Birth name:||Gareth Thomas Rhys Emery|
|Also known as:||GTR, Rue De Gar, Runaway|
|Born:||July 18, 1980, Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom|
|Genres:||Trance, progressive house|
|Occupation(s):||Disc jockey, record producer|
|Labels:||Five AM, Garuda, Monstercat|
|Website:||Gareth Emery's Official site|
|Twitter:||Gareth Emery's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Gareth Emery's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Gareth Emery's Facebook profile|
|Spotify:||Gareth Emery's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Gareth Emery's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Gareth Emery's iTunes|
About Gareth Emery
British DJ known for the albums Northern Lights, Northern Lights Re-Lit, and Drive. He's also known for founding Electric for a Life Foundation.
His first musical exposure came when his remixes started getting airtime in 2002.
He graduated from the University of Warwick with a degree in politics.
He grew up in Southampton, but later moved to Los Angeles.
He remixed Cosmic Gate's "Going Home," which featured Emma Hewitt.
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- English trance musicians
- Trance musicians