“Ken always seem to have this ear for choosing really good tracks and adding his spice of blending. You can’t help but dance then — and still today!”
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Cynthia “DJ Cent” Travis, club and radio DJ, discusses her relationship to Detroit music, her musical mentors, and the importance of preservation.
Timothy Price, a veteran of Detroit’s art, fashion, and music industries, as well queer activist, discusses his involvement in house and techno music.
LaVell Williams (1967-2018), singer, songwriter, and Board officer, discusses his relationship to Detroit music in this oral history interview.
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Greg Collier, longtime resident DJ at Todd’s on Detroit’s East Side, is a pioneer of DJ-culture in Detroit.
Ken Collier, legendary Detroit club DJ, discusses his career in music, the underground sound he presents, and his goals to the Black LGBT magazine Kick!
Morris Mitchell, musician, DJ, and promoter, was a founding member of True Disco Productions and a pioneer of Detroit’s Black LGBT dance music scene.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Scott Gordon DSC – Oral History Project / Breakout : Scott Gordon from Detroit Sound Conservancy on Vimeo.