Dee Simon used to be the guy in the booth who welcomed Ginger/Destiny/[Insert porn name here] to the stage. He's written a book about his strip club experience in a book called Play Something Dancy.
He gave an interview to the San Francisco Bay Guardian:
San Francisco Bay GuardianStandard first question: how did you become a strip club DJ?
Dee Simon I moved to SF in 2000 to pursue a career in broadcasting. Unable to land a paying radio job, I started hosting Rampage Radio at KUSF 90.3FM and eventually found a job in production at The Industry Standard magazine. The Standard was very successful for about a year and then folded once the crash happened. I was unemployed for about eight months until that fateful day I ran into my weed dealer who hooked me up with an audition at a club on Broadway, which launched my illustrious five-year career as a DJ at clubs across the city.