Last Friday, Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein was found dead in his NYC apartment. Hate him or love him, Goldstein always looked out for the little guy, had a great ear for music, mentored drug addicts/alcoholics (he was a recovering user himself), had an ill collection of grips, and approached television and various events with tireless ambition that’s matched by few others. And that’s just his professional life.
AM, you will be missed. May you rest in peace.
Bounce correspondent Gerald Narciso interviewed DJ AM here several months ago.
More love for AM: Eli Escobar’s “Outside Broadcast”