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"DJ D-Nice played a mix of '70s and '80s hits, which had billionaire/political activist David Koch dancing in the back of the ballroom."

The New York Post's Emily Smith, who has done a superb job in filling Richard Johnson's extremely large shoes at Page Six, is featuring a piece today about Sheryl Crow "debuting" her new boyfriend, Doyle Bramhall, at the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's spring ball on Wednesday night.

She writes:

Crow, a breast-cancer survivor, was cozy and flirty with Bramhall throughout the event at the Pierre Hotel, spies say. She performed five songs with Bramhall -- who is also vocalist and guitarist for his own band, Smokestack -- for a busy ballroom that included Jeff and Caryn Zucker, Shelley Warner, David Yurman, Evelyn Lauder and Frederic Fekkai.

The singer was, coincidentally, introduced to the crowd by event co-chair Tory Burch, with whom Crow shares an ex-boyfriend, Lance Armstrong. Crow was engaged to the cycling champ, but they split in 2006.

Okay, a good, solid Friday piece for a Friday crowd looking forward to a warm weekend. But wait -- what's that in buried in the seventh paragraph?

After Crow's performance, DJ D-Nice played a mix of '70s and '80s hits, which had billionaire/political activist David Koch dancing in the back of the ballroom while Burch left boyfriend Lyor Cohen's side to take a seat on Dennis Basso's lap for an in-depth conversation.

Yes, David Koch of Koch Industries -- a man who holds strong political beliefs that seem to generate extremely emotional reactions on both sides of the aisle -- was getting down to DJ D-Mothaf--kin Nice just two nights ago.

Page Six's source reports D played "a mix of '70s and '80s hits."

From his Twitter page, we can see that he was requested to play something by The Weather Girls:

For those of you who don't remember them, you'll remember their hit, "It's Raining Men"

Did David Koch shake to "It's Raining Men"? Does anyone have video? What else did D-Nice's set include? Did he play any of the old Boogie Down Productions classics, like "South Bronx"?

Did he give a shout-out to Scott LaRock? I know what questions I'll be looking to answer today.
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