DJ AM's First Performance After Crash
DJ AM has been all over the news this week after announcing his plans to return to performing following the plane crash he survived in September.
Wednesday night marked the official return of AM to the stage when he performed with rapper Jay-Z at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
Less than a month after suffering serious injuries in a fiery plane crash that killed four others, celebrity disc jockey Adam Goldstein joined rap mogul Jay-Z on stage at a Los Angeles concert on Wednesday.
A visibly scarred Goldstein, who performs as DJ AM, took the stage and energetically performed alongside Jay-Z at a concert celebrating the reopening of the historic Hollywood Palladium concert venue.
Jay-Z drew attention to his "special guest" before calling on the packed crowd to "make some noise for DJ AM tonight!"
The rapper also sent a shout out to former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, who is also recuperating from the Learjet crash, and the accident's four victims.