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DJ DENNIS GREGORY

Dennis Gregory born February 18, 1958, Manhattan NY! Raised in Bronx River Projects 1958-1973, home of Zulu Nation! Started DJing in 1979! Influences in order; Tee Scott, Elliott Venegas, Ralph Ortiz, Larry Levan, Larry Patterson and Tony Humphries! CLUBS: Ozone Layer 1981 Ice Palace 1982 Ones 111 Hudson st 1982-85 Thursday night resident. Member of SURE Record Pool! Thrillers-1985 Star Mileneum 1985 Club Zanzibar 1985-1992 Fill in 1999-2004 Yellorange Records! Overseas Clubs Angels of Love! Toy Club! Pineta Club all in Italy! Ministry of Sound 2007 with Tony Humphries! Stereo Canada with Tony Humphries! Other Clubs in 2000’s! Club Expansions! Franks Lounge Freedom n Unity Party! Cielos. Cricket Club! Outdoor events Weequahic park Newark! Coney Island Boardwalk Brooklyn! Newark public library summer sessions! Mixcloud-Dennis Gregory Facebook-Dennis Gregory Radiowizz-Dennis Gregory Instragram-deejay_dennis Currently dwildmusicradio program director!

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DJ LENNY FONTANA

Lenny Fontana is an American house music DJ from New York City. Fontana first began deejaying professionally in the mid-1980s, playing at clubs such as Studio 54 and The Underground NYC.[1] His first major exposure was with the track “A Mystical Journey”, which hit #30 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club/Play chart in 1996.[2] He won international recognition as part of the production team for Powerhouse featuring Duane Harden, who scored a #1 dance hit in the US with “What You Need”; the song also hit #13 on the UK Singles Chart.[3] In 2000, he returned to the UK chart with “Chocolate Sensation” (featuring DJ Shorty), peaking at #39.[4] He continues to make international appearances regularly. His 2008 single “Wait 4 U” (a collaboration with UK producer Ridney and vocalist Larisa) was released through the Ministry of Sound (Germany) in June that year. The track had already been used on Germany’s Next Top Model 2008,[5] and Ministry’s.[6] 2011 Reportage “A Tribute To Larry Levan” The show was first broadcast on BBC 6 Music in July 2011 as a 6 part series, 10 hour documentary. It has now been broadcast three times on BBC Radio 6 Music. In 2015 Lenny Fontana & D Train (music group) “Raise Your Hands”(Karmic Power Records) was a huge success as WMC Miami (Winter Music Conference) including remixes by David Morales. In 2016, D-Train’s follow-up single “When You Feel What Love Has” (Karmic Power Records) received worldwide attention and hit the #4 position on the Music Week Club Chart UK. With over 650 spins a week on daytime radio rotation in the US, the song hit the #31 position on the Nielsen Billboard Indicator Radio Chart (USA). In 2019, Fontana has worked with Chris Willis (the voice of David Guetta on a collaboration called “Top Of the World” (Double Up Records). In 2021 Bucks Music Group has signed house DJ Lenny Fontana to a worldwide exclusive songwriting deal.

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DJ RALPHIE DEE

Ralph D'Agostino ("Ralphie Dee") is an American D.J. known for a career spanning disco, electronic and rave music.[1][2][3] He was resident D.J. at 2001 Odyssey Disco in Brooklyn, New York at the time when "Saturday Night Fever" was filmed there.[4][5][6] The movie was largely responsible for the popularization of disco lifestyle, and attracted numerous tourists to 2001 Odyssey starting in 1978 and through the 1980s. Many disco music hits were first heard there from the hands of DJ's such as Chuck Rusinak and D'Agostino.[7][8][9][10][11][12] Many live recordings were done at 2001 and are available online (See also the External Links section). Starting in 1978, Ralphie Dee was hired by WKTU to perform for lunch mixes and their nightly Saturday shows.[13] In the late 1980s he started a production career which began in the mid 1990s, and continues today, which resulted in a discography of more than 250 releases at a time when the rave scene began to take shape in the United Kingdom.[14][1] The phase was marked by collaborations with Tommy Musto and Lenny Dee. With the latter he created pieces such as "Out Takes" (1989), "Overdose (The Final Trip)" and "Manslaughter" (the last two from the 1990 EP "Major Problems") under New York label Nu Groove.[2] "Out Takes" caught the ear of promoters upon hitting the United Kingdom, which resulted in a tour over Europe in the year 1990. On his return to the United States, "Major Problems - Ovderdose" had entered the Record Mirror charts.[15] Other prominent records include 3 ep’s under the name "English Muffin” with Lenny Dee and “Chantal – The Realm” with Anthony Mannino and Dennis Pino as the acapella on the record is one of the most sampled in techno history.[16][17][18] In 2007, Ralphie Dee was inducted into The Legends of Vinyl Hall of Fame.[19] The year 2017 was the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Fever’s release as there were many concerts featuring the original artists who appeared on the album along with Ralphie appearing as the DJ.[20][21] Since March 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic he’s been seen doing live video Dj sets in over 10 countries.[22] He also appeared in 2021 True House Stories series with Lenny Fontana.

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CHRIS MURITH

Chris Murith is no stranger to the electronic music scene having started off in Switzerland in the middle of 80’s as a DJ on National Radio station Couleur 3 and producing for various international artists. In 2015 Chris signed with Colorize records with his groovy EP, ‘My Lovin’. Chris has also released tracks with alias : 12inch, Beats in Paradise, 022.... Currently Chris is co-founder to the radio station Radio Wizz.

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