Delaney going on national tour as party promoter,
DJ, by Kara Lawrence - 24th January 2008
The Daily Telegraph)
Being a bad boy has paid off for
16-year-old Corey Delaney, who is about to embark
on a lucrative national tour as a party promoter
Daily Telegraph online can reveal Corey decked
himself out in designer clothes during a visit
to Ed Hardy clothing - where he replaced his ever-present
yellow sunglasses with a new $400 pair.
Melbourne teen, who had left school and was a
trainee carpenter, is now taking DJ lessons from
a top Australian DJ in preparation for his new
notoriety has grown since he held a massive wild
party at his Melbourne home while his parents
were away, racking up a $20,000 damage bill.
Max Markson confirmed an unnamed Sydney dance
party organiser had approached him, requesting
he lure Corey to promote a national party tour.
(Corey) is going to do a national tour of parties.
It's better than being a carpenter!" Mr Markson
Markson said the tour would be held within the
next two months and would encompass Sydney, Melbourne
and Brisbane before rolling on to Adelaide and
said Luna Park had not yet been secured as the
site of the Sydney party.
said Corey was kitted out by Ed Hardy fashions
- a brand worn by famous pop and rap stars - yesterday
and now had a new $400 pair of glasses to replace
his yellow ones, which he has adamantly refused
to be photographed or filmed without.
Markson said Corey was making the most of his
current popularity with other teenagers and while
refusing to say how much Corey would earn, said
the fee would was a large amount for a teenager.
aware this 15 minutes of fame may only last 10
minutes," Mr Markson said.