Denver's DJ Bedz to become the Broncos' official team DJ - Reverb

Denver’s DJ Bedz to become the Broncos’ official team DJ

DJ Bedz at the Broncos stadium. Photo courtesy of Cassidy Bednark.

DJ Bedz at the Broncos stadium. Photo courtesy of Cassidy Bednark.

After more than a decade providing the soundtrack for the Denver Nuggets, Cassidy “DJ Bedz” Bednark will add another professional sports team to his list of clients. Now, the jockey known as “Denver’s DJ” will not only score the NBA games, Bedz will join the Denver Broncos for the 2014-15 NFL season.

DJ Bedz will act as the official team DJ for the Broncos and will be handling the duties of a live on-field mix during the player warm-ups, working with the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and editing music for their performances.

“At the risk of sounding a little dramatic, this very well may be the greatest opportunity of my professional career,” Bedz said.

In addition, DJ Bedz will work alongside tenured Broncos DJ Craig Turney to continue providing the sounds for all home games played at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

“(I’ll) bring some flaire to the pregame mix and cheerleader routines,” Bedz said of his work with Turney. “Craig will continue to provide the majority of the situation specific in-game music. Between the two of us, we should have an exciting range ofselections and styles that hopefully the Denver fans enjoy.”

Heading into his 12th season with the Nuggets, Bedz said NBA fans need not worry about scheduling conflicts.

“Other than that occasional minor scheduling accommodation, I will be able to perform both jobs at their full capacity,” Bedz said.

DJ Bedz is ready to jump right into his duties as official team DJ for the Denver Broncos.

“Thank you so much to the entire Denver organization for allowing me to be a part of ‘Broncos Country’ and the game day experience,” Bedz said. “I promise I’ll do you proud.”

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Ru Johnson is an arts and culture music writer living in Denver. You can follow her on Twitter here.

  • Richard Galvin

    What’s up with all the horrible music at sporting events?

  • colariz

    Most Broncos fans want either classic rock or country, while the players would prefer hip-hop. Curious to hear which way his playlist bends (Bendz?)