Norman Doray is a producer and DJ from French Brittany. It was there where he first discovered disco house music with his family. He started DJing in his early 20s, claiming residencies for many bars and clubs in France most notably the “Queen” in Paris. In 2005, Doray taught himself the art of producing and making music. When asked who is biggest influences are Doray lists Bob Sinclair and Daft Punk. Doray's first track he released was "In The Name Of Love," collaboration with close friend Pierre De La Touche in 2006. Doray's first solo production, "Jetlag," was released in 2007. Since then he has teamed up with another DJ, Arno Cost, producing stompin' hits such as "Apocalypse." The track put the two on the worldwide dance map, being played by some of the biggest house names such as Axwell, Eric Prydz, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Tiesto, and Paul Van Dyk. His productions are now signed to an assortment of the most important labels in electronic music. Labels like Steve Angello’s Size Records, Axwell’s Axtone, CR2, Strictly Rhythm, Warner Music and the legendary Atlantic Records in America have all operated in broadcastings Doray’s music around the world. In the summer of 2008, Doray was chosen by David Guetta to become a resident for his notorious "F*** Me I'm Famous" party all over the world. With a bold music agenda, Norman Doray is on his way to the top of musical success.