The MET presents The Stafford Brothers
- The MET Brisbane Friday 9th Mar, 2012
Spinning off 2012 with a bang, Aussie DJ duo THE STAFFORD BROTHERS reality show returns to FOX8 with season two and itâs getting personal. This season follows the brothersâ journey as they fight to stay on top of the ultra-lucrative entertainment industry.
The Stafford Brothers open their doors to give you an insight into their lives as they travel across seven countries, highlighting some of the gripping challenges and trials they face on their quest to become the worldâs number one DJâs. Watch the boys as perform in some of the worldâs most exclusive clubs in New York, Miami, Hong Kong and Bangkok with cameos from some of the worlds biggest names: Dizzy Rascal, Roger Sanchez, David Guetta, Fedde Le Grande and Carl Cox.
As their nightclub and music empire continues to expand, drama and chaos consume their personal lives, with the boys renovating and opening a brand new nightclub with their electric business partner Joey. Matt is under pressure in his relationship with Australiaâs #1 Bikini Model Brooke Evers to take the next step whilst Chris is constantly on the search to create a much needed #1 hit record.
WD Entertainment, Director Wes Dening said: âThe first series gave Australia just a taste of the Stafford Brotherâs unique lifestyle as they work hard and play even harder. We are really thrilled that itâs been picked up for a second season and extended into ten weekly episodes, giving audiences the opportunity to relate to the brothers and their exciting entourage.â
Last year The Stafford Brothers played live in front of more than 800,000 people and this year the numbers continue to rise playing a whopping 75 shows alone this summer. This season viewers will get an exclusive backstage pass as the Staffordâs write, record and perform with the most respected names in the music industry. After being voted Australiaâs #1 DJs (ITM Awards 2011) and signing deals with giant brands such as Ministry of Sound, amaysim, beats by dre and Lion Nathan, the pressure is on more than ever
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