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"It’s about sharing the music and the culture so that it can bloom within the next generation. As I was a young DJ many years ago, I relied on the DJs I admired and studied for guidance. I’m now an older music lover with a vast knowledge of music. I don’t mind sharing music, stories, and history." - Nick Jones

DJs love this view from the booth! The most successful DJs are music lovers, lovers of all music. A real DJ would never place limits on the type of music they play because there are only two types of music,...

The Bassment is one of my favorite clubs and is listed quite high on my personal top 10 lists of clubs. Located in Asahikawa, Japan, the party never stops at The Bassment. Some of my most extended performances were at...

Music is a mighty force. It can inspire one to create some of the greatest gifts in life and, sadly, encourage terrible destruction. The focus of my music will always be to promote Love, Peace, Hope, and Unity.As creatives living...

The best thing about memories is making them. I was never a big photo-op type of person. I let my work speak for itself. However, I do have a few photos from my career. The Cave-Tokyo,Japan-1991Colonel Abrams and I after...

Like most children of the 1970s, I was a fan of Soul Train. If you were a fan of Soul Train, you were also a fan of the theme song, “TSOP.” TSOP was the theme song from 1973-1975. Composed by my...

A collection of my party flyers. The flyers tell a story of what was happening during a certain period, what clubs were open and who were the DJ's.

I recently began the arduous task of sorting through some old reel-to-reel tapes and *acetate discs. Before the digital age, my edits, promos, and rare releases were either stored on a reel-to-reel or pressed on an acetate disc. An acetate...

This is one of my favorite songs. I chose not to use the original stems for this remix. A few years ago, my good friend, Victor Rosado, did a splendid remix.From the ground up, I built a new mix. My...

I’m an avid collector of vinyl – not as seriously as I were in the 70s, 80s, or 90s. But I love vinyl! I especially love the rare gems. Those obscure short-run pressings that only a few lucky DJs have...

The DJ Booth at Club Yellow During the summer of 1991, while on tour in Japan, Daizo Murata (the head honcho at Yellow) asked me to visit with him an empty warehouse near Roppongi Dori. It was a big empty...