Jeremy Healy

 

Jeremy Healy (born Jeremiah Healy, 18 January 1962) is an English DJ and singer. . In the 1980s, with Kate Garner, he formed the UK novelty pop group, Haysi Fantayzee. He also acted as co-songwriter and co-producer for the E-Zee Possee and Bleachin'. In addition, he has worked with Gwen Stefani on the mashup for her "Wind It Up" single.

He was voted 'number one DJ' by The Face and Mixmag magazines. Healy worked as producer and did sound effects for the video for Duran Duran's Arena (An Absurd Notion). Healy has remixed work by both Boy George and George Michael. He had a cameo role playing himself in the 2004 film, Chasing Liberty.

2004 saw the launch of Healy's latest recording project, Seraphim Suite, collaborating with a variety of featured vocalists including Mica Paris on the first single "Heart" (Inferno Records). His disc jockey duties between 2004 and 2006 included residencies with Miss Moneypenny's in Ibiza and Cyprus, plus regular UK dates with Empire, Love to Be, Time Flies, Syndicate, Kool Waters, Naughty But Nice, and overseas events in Dubai, Mediterranean, United States and Brazil. He continued his involvement with designers Dior, Galliano and the Victoria's Secrets fashion house (he has been musical director for every annual VS show from 2001 onwards), plus the Pret a Porter International Fashion Fair in Paris.

In 2007, Healy undertook the musical director's role for Gwen Stefani's Lamb fashion label, The Golden Age of Couture at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief, the Parisian jewellers Chaumet, plus the launch of J-Lo's fashion wear. 2007 saw production credits on a Gwen Stefani album and remix credits for "Wind It Up". He is currently working on a new studio project, and several remixes. Guest DJ residencies include Attica in Shanghai and Singapore, United Kingdom of Dance, The Empire, DY5, Club 2K, Nakatcha and Boujis in the UK, plus Belmont in Perth, Western Australia[

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Image: Jeffrey Hinton, Jeremy Healy and Kim Bowen 1980/81 in Northumberland Arms, Soho, London.