First Lady Michelle Obama basked in her after-speech glow to Beyonce's "Move Your Body." Bill Clinton strutted to the stage to Fleetwood Mac's "Don't Stop."
These musical backdrops were provided by DJ Cassidy serving as the one-man house band at the Democratic National Convention.
The celebrity-go-to DJ — who has spun records for stars including Diddy, Oprah Winfrey, Jay-Z and Jennifer Lopez— is no stranger to entertaining political insiders. He also deejayed President Barack Obama's 50th birthday party and one of his inaugural balls in 2009.
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