A Brooklyn native, Tony Humphries is one of the most important names in the evolution of House and Garage music. He landed his first professional DJ gig at Manhattan's upper-class Club El Morocco at the tail end of the Disco explosion in 1975. Disco and Dance music fell off the Mainstream radar soon after, but Humphries remained. In 1981 he got his first big break when legendary producer Shep Pettibone requested a Mix Tape from Tony to fill in for a no show on KISS FM NY. The mix he submitted proved a success an he was given his own permanant mix show at the station shortly after.
There are many reasons why DJ Dan has been tagged America's Hardest Working and Most Beloved DJ; since his start in 1989, Dan has been at the forefront of dance music culture. Beginning in the early days of the Rave scene in 1991 when Dan would play multiple parties throughout the weekends, ending it at his own legendary afterhours club No-Doz. He has been setting trends in dance music ever since.
Platinum selling producers The Wideboys are Eddie Craig and Jim Sullivan and have been working together since 1996. Eddie (pictured right) as well as engineering in the studio ,songwriting and DJ'ing is a blackbelt martial artist with Zheng Dao Lo martial arts academy . Eddie ran a record shop called VIP Vinyl in Chichester (this is how Wideboys met) and has been DJ' ing for 12 years.Jim (pictured left) has been running a full time professional recording studio since 1993 and is responsible for chart successes such as 'Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Power of Love' Revamp reaching No.
The group was created by producer Frank Farian in 1975 and was composed of four West Indian artists working in London, Germany and the Netherlands: singers Marcia Barrett and Liz Mitchell, model Maizie Williams and DJ Bobby Farrell. Boney M is noted for the mix of white and black music—the producer Farian is white and the singers are black; significantly many songs are black (freedom) songs, for example “No More Chain Gang” in the album Oceans Of Fantasy.
It’s funny really, that a band with so much talent would be called GoodLuck. Because it’s not really luck that’s got these three musos to where they are – igniting South African night skies with their jazzing beats- it’s more like a blend of serious sums of talent, plenty of soul and a helluva lot of passion. And their next plan? Taking over the dance floors of the world! And they’re not far off.
TJR can refer to three artists (please note the free downloads on this page refer to the 3rd artist): 1. An alias of famed uk garage pioneers Matt "Jam" Lamont and Karl "Tuff Enuff" Brown, more popularly recognised as Tuff Jam. This project is probably best known for the seminal track Just Gets Better, which featured and brought to fame vocalist Xavier. 2. A New York based DJ who has gained some recognition in dance music circles for his fidget house releases including "Atomic" and "Good Evening Chicago", on Wearhouse Music and Potty Mouth Music respectively.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. Most often on Last.fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Sometimes, single releases may be credited to Various Artists when their profits are going to charity and, usually in high-profile cases, are sometimes known by a group name.