DJ AM no more!

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If reports from New York are to be believed, Adam Goldstein did in his New York apartment on Friday 28th August 2009.  He was 36.  He was popularly known as AM – DJ AM.  The disc jockey’s music was a part of albums by bigwigs like Madonna and Will Smith.
The life of Adam Goldstein did not, unfortunately, extend long enough as just last year, exactly in September 2008; he had met with a plane crash.  In that plane crash it was Adam Goldstein with Travis Barker.  Travis Barker, the Blink 182 drummer, survived the plane crash along with Adam Goldstein, which crashed while taking off.  But as luck would have it, both the pilots and two passangers on-board were killed living these two performers seriously ill.  They both suffered some serious burns and were quite critical.  Goldstein and Barker were partners when they had created a live DJ in 2008.  These two performed occasionally in L.A., L.V. and at other venues.
Adam Goldstein’s most famous work was Butterfly, with the band Crazy Town.  But that was way back in 2001.  Madonna, Will Smith, Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds and Papa Roach were graced by Adam Goldstein’s music.
Reports say that prescription pill bottles were found near AM’s body, but police report that there was nothing unusual near there, or in the case of his death.
Goldstein and reality TV star Nicole Richie dated each other for some time.  Then later Goldstein was also associated with singer and actress Mandy Moore.  Just days before his death Goldstein had posted his comments on a social networking site when he said, “New York, New York big city of dreams, but everything in New York ain’t always what it seems.”


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