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Started Djing back in the early 80's. I got into Djing because I was fascinated with what I seen Dj's do with 2 turntables. Dj's like Farley Keith and Steve Hurley, Ron Hardy, Frankie Knuckles the list goes on. One night I was listening to WBMX and heard the hot mix 5. From that day I said I'm going to do that. All I had was a tape deck and a turntable and started doing edits just to make the song repeat as many times as I liked. Finally I bought 2 Technic direct drive turntables and a mixer that my brother gave me. the record buying started, double copies of all the hot songs. It was on a this point, but something was right. All of my Dj Heros were spinning on Technic 1200's, so I got me a job and bought a pair and the rest is history!!!
DECEMBER 19, 2015 TBA 9PM-1AM
28 years of DJing this billboard winning DJ plays the best in House Music, Hip Hop, R&B and Soul. Whether behind the microphone or in front of the Camera, DJ Fink will get the party and or your TV or Movie Screen "Jumpin".
Michael "Bake B. Real" Baker, started DJing in high school at Hales Franciscan in 1986. He went on to attend SIU-Carbondale to further enhance his skills and later hosting a radio show on WIDB called, "Mixmasters" in 1990-91. From there he continued his craft and heads his own production called, "ImpoZZible MuZic ProductionZ. Bake is a house music specialist!
The OJays “I Love Music” pretty much sums up his deep rooted affection for music. Growing up in Chicago , Chris was exposed to all sorts of music but his fondest memories of foot thumping, fist pounding, shake a tail feather rhythm began in Funk. The “stanky” funk of George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic was the catalyst that inspired his exploration of ALL genres of music. Hanging with his father, who was a record distributor in the 70’s and 80s; the heart of Disco, funk, rap and rock, is what really tantalized his musical taste buds and invoked his passion for wax . House music embodied all of those genres. Chris took that passion to college in 1987 and spent many years perfecting the art of mixing and blending with the help from his mentor, DJ Fink. Today, you will hear his mixing style influenced from Frankie Knuckles, Ron Hardy, Lil Louis, Farley Jackmaster Funk, DJ Fink, Joe Barrett, Kenny Mahone, DJ Clay, Daniell Spencer, Terry James and Brian Reeves.
Better known as "your DJ's favorite DJ," Djay Clay is known for his ability to craft a mix for any dance-music palette. House music old heads and neophytes alike appreciate his signature layering of popular House favorite tunes over hard to mix Deep House cuts. Having cut his teeth on the turntables of one of Chicago's infamous Mendel DJ squad, he listened and learned from many of Chicago's House Music pioneers and created a unique footprint of his own. Over 30 years of experience, he is also a co-founder of Untouchable Dance Productions.
DJ Eric Bitoy "AKA" Eric Disco Bitoy
Daniell Spencer began dj’ing in 1984 at the young age of thirteen. His natural talent was obvious and at fourteen he was selected to DJ his own 8th grade graduation party. Soon after, he began dj’ing every weekend at clubs and lounges on the Westside of Chicago from 1985 until he left for college in June of 1989. Throughout his early neighborhood years, he silently consumed knowledge from his cousin Gene Hunt and longtime neighborhood dj elder Vick Lavender while meticulously perfecting his craft behind the turntables. While working to attain 2 college degrees in Civil Engineering and Mathematics, Daniell earned his way onto WIDB Radio's "Hot Mix 5" alongside longtime friend Terry James. Picking up where he left off from in his neighborhood, Daniell maintained consistency by being the #1 sought after dj at SIU-Carbondale, dj’ing every weekend for a variety of organizations and his dj residencies at "The Funky Pickle" & "Klub X" night clubs.
DJ BAKE B REAL