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16 September 2012, 10:10 | Updated: 16 September 2012, 10:31
The 'Sweet Nothing' DJ says he has a lot of respect for the French DJ and producer.
Calvin Harris says it was "lovely" to play with David Guetta last night as part of the iTunes Festival 2012, and says he has "massive respect" for the French superstar DJ.
The 'Feel So Close' DJ and producer performed as the opening act for David Guetta on Saturday night (15th September) as the latest act to play the Camden Roundhouse in London as part of the annual iTunes Festival.
After performing a hit-laden opening set including songs like 'We Found Love', 'We'll Be Coming Back' and his new single 'Sweet Nothing', featuring Florence and the Machine, Calvin said he owes 'Titanium' producer David Guetta a lot.
"I've got a lot to owe David, you know," Calvin exclusively told Capital FM after the concert. "He started the whole dance music [resurgence], radio picking up on it everywhere, so yeah it's lovely to play with him.
View a picture of Calvin Harris performing at the iTunes Festival 2012 below (Credit: iTunes):
He added: "It's always lovely to see him, I've got massive respect for the man. I'm a huge fan."
Check out a picture of David Guetta performing at the iTunes Festival 2012 below (Credit: iTunes):
The iTunes Festival 2012 continues this coming Monday (17th September) with a performance from Example.
Listen to Calvin Harris talking about his respect for David Guetta to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: