House Nation – Fast Eddie, The Outhere Brothers & More
Date(s) - 12/16/2017 - 12/17/2017
8:00 pm - 2:00 am
Mark Imperial, Jeff Overstreet, Afterlife & BaseCamp Pub & Eatery are proud to present:
” The Return of House Nation”
Join us Saturday Dec 16th for an old school house night featuring the best of the original Chicago House gangsters! This is an event not to be missed! Curated by none other than Mark Imperial (The Love I Lost) & Jeff Overstreet this event will showcase nothing but the best talent spanning across different eras of HOUSE MUSIC!
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Fast Eddie – the creator of Hip House
Creator of an original Chicago sound, DJ Fast Eddie has become a hip-house legend in the music scene. His popular house grooves synchronized with rhythms made him a musical phenomena all over the globe. Today he masterminds a new vibe of deep house grooves accompanied by penetrating bass lines. Chicago 1999 is a rare debut of DJ Fast Eddie’s new soundscript.
The Outhere Brothers (Boom Boom Boom, Don’t Stop, Wiggle)
Risqué rappers the Outhere Brothers formed in Chicago in 1987; comprised of lyricist Malik and producer/remixer Hula, the duo debuted in 1995 with the single “Boom Boom Boom,” which topped the U.K. pop charts for four weeks on its way to selling over a million copies throughout Europe. When the follow-up “Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle)” also reached number one in Britain, the Outhere Brothers became just the third act in U.K. history to score back-to-back chart-toppers with their first two releases. A full-length, 1 Polish, 2 Biscuits and a Fish Sandwich, appeared in 1995 as well, followed a year later by The Party Album; the Outhere Brothers’ third album, The Other Side, surfaced in 1997.
“Nu Nu” was the second single for Chicago house music artist Lidell Townsell from his 1992 Mercury/PolyGram Records album release,
Harmony. The song, which featured duo M.T.F., reached #1 on the US Hot Dance Music/Maxi Singles chart and #2 on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. It was #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #44 on the US Hot Hip-Hop & R&B Singles. Lidell Townsell is a former house-music artist from Chicago, Illinois. He originally released numerous singles on the Trax and D.J. International labels. He released one album, Harmony, on Mercury/PolyGram Records as Lidell Townsell in 1992. Two singles from the album were hits in the US, “Get with U” and “Nu Nu”; the latter featured the duo M.T.F., whose members were singer Martell and emcee Silk E (no
relation to Sylk-E. Fyne). New York’s hip hop/electronica group FannyPack covered the song, renaming it “Nu Nu (Yeah Yeah),” in 2005.
The Double J & Haze Extended Mix of this version appeared on the soundtrack of the 2006 film “Stick It” and on the soundtrack of the 2009 film “Fired Up!” This version was used in promos by American television network NBC for its weeknight talk show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, in 2010. Pop star sensation Austin Malone sampled the song with his title song “Mmm Yeah” featuring Pitbull.
Also Managed and signed to Label Sights & Sounds Productions Inc.
J.R. Jordan (Pierre’s Pfhantasy Club)
There are a lot of names that come to mind when talking about House music, its history and those who have contributed to its legacy. Whether for DJ’ing, producing, singing or in some cases, all of the above, they all have their own story, how they started, what they did, who they did it with. But there’s one artist you may not know the whole story behind. Someone who’s had a consecutive string of hits to his name. An artist who’s been called one of the “Founding Fathers Of Vocal Acid House” and now after an 20 year break is back stronger than he’s ever been before. That person is Chicago’s own J.R. Jordan.
Mark Imperial ( The Love I Lost)
Pump Boy Lee
DJ Tony Slammin Keas
WELCOME TO THE HOUSE NATION