club SIX Presents

DeeCee's Soul Shakedown

When
Sat Mar 3, 2007
Where
Club Six - CLOSED
Time
9PM - 4AM
Tags
Clubs, Dance Clubs

Description

DCSS presents:
DeeCee's Soul Shakedown Party
Upstairs
Hip-Hop, Club Classics, Old School

Legendary
Kool DJ
Red Alert

DJ Fuze

Dark Room
Live Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul

Wylde Bunch
DNZ
Brigidope

Downstairs
Dancehall, Reggae, Remixes

Dash Eye
Uni-T
Henroc

Price $5 before 10:30pm
Free (Guestlist) before 1030pm
Time 9pm-3am
Music Hip-Hop, Club Classics, Old School, Live Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul, Dancehall, Reggae, Remixes

"DJ Red Alert is recognized and respected worldwide as one of the founding fathers of Hip-Hop music and culture! He has received numerous awards and accolades including a special award at the first annual Rap Hall of Fame Awards show. The prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from IMPACT music trade publication for 1998 and the 1997 Mix Show DJ of the year award from GAVIN. In addition DJ Red Alert was named one of the 50 most influential people in music by ROLLING STONE magazine. Red Alert was recently inducted into the ROCK AND ROLL HALL of FAME in Cleveland, Ohio with his own exhibit. The only DJ of this era so honored! Kool DJ Red Alert was named an honorary ambassador to the United Nations in recognition of his contributions in the field of music. In June 2003 Red Alert was inducted to the Bronx Walk of Fame where past honoree's have included such luminaries as General Colin Powell. DJ Red Alert has appeared in over 50 music videos.


Red was reared by his maternal grandparents, who were from Antiqua. Red's love for those around-the-way basketball games led him to his high school team at DeWitt Clinton. No doubt this is where he was dubbed the nickname, "RED"; for his red hair and alert response on the court. Red later received a college basketball scholarship. During the last of his high school years, Red hung out at the Saturday night parties thrown by DJ Kool Herc (the first hip-hop deejay) and his emcee Coke La Rock (who Red credits as "the very first rapper") at clubs throughout the west Bronx.

Red studied the style of music Kool Herc played -- James Brown, Dennis Coffey, Baby Huey, the Isley Brothers -- and the way he blended the vinyl. On Fridays, Red found himself venturing downtown to check out star disco deejays, such as: Grandmaster Flash, Together Brothers, and Pete DJ Jones."

More Info

Link
http://www.clubsix1.com
Call
415-531-6593
Email
Contact Form (account required)

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Location

  1. Club Six - CLOSED
    60 6th St, San Francisco, CA