5 Facts About NERVO You Probably Didn’t Know

Miriam Nervo and Olivia Nervo are the all-time top-ranking female DJs in the world with a number of headlining performances at major dance music festivals & chart topping hits such as the Way We See The World, Like Home, Revolution, Army (together with Sultan and Ned Shepard featuring Omarion), Hold On, Not Taking This Anymore (together with Ivan Gough featuring Beverly Knight) & more. The twins were educated at the prestigious Genazzano FCJ College in Kew where they excelled and thrived in the school’s strong musical, dramatical and academic culture. The twins have collaborated with a number of top guns such as R3HAB, DVLM, Afrojack, Ummet Ozcan and more.

Catch NERVO bring their magic alongside the top guns Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, Don Diablo , R3hab, Alok, Salvatore Ganacci, Marcus Santoro, Brooks, Dante Klein, DJ Licious for the debut edition of BAO Festival 2018.

Here are the 5 facts you probably didn’t know about the stars NERVO: 

1. NERVO have co-wrote the Grammy Award-winning single, “When Love Takes Over”,  performed by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland.

2. At the age of 18, they signed contract with Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

3. They began their careers as models with the Australian Chadwick Models Agency and were also ambassadors at the L’Oreal Fashion Festival.

4. Miriam Nervo appeared on the soap opera One Life to Live in May of 2013.

5. This year, they hosted their very own #NERVONation stage at the mega festival Tomorrowland.

You simply can’t miss them at the first ever BAO Festival in Dubai.  BAO Festival is a mixture of Middle Eastern and Far Eastern cultures, a celebration of fusion and friendship via a two-day musical extravaganza. BAO Festival will open its door at 6pm on both days and will close at 3am, for nine hours of top notch electronic music.

BAO Festival is set to take place on 29 & 30 November at the Meydan Hotel.

Get your passes here: https://bit.ly/2nkqkqz

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Chetan Dahake

Chetan Dahake

I grew up listening to EDM.

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