Legends of house: Kerri Chandler

Legends of house presents to you one the pioneering artists of deep house music, the legendary “Kerri Chandler”.
Chandler’s persuasions return to New Jersey, experiencing childhood in a group of jazz artists. His dad, Joseph Chandler, was a DJ and given him a foundation in the inceptions of soul, disco and the New York Underground Sound. Going with his dad to gigs, he started playing records at the Rally Racquet Club in East Orange, New Jersey at thirteen years old.

at fourteen, he started interning in studios and made music. Since the presence of his first single “SuperLover/Get It Off” on Atlantic Records in 1991, Chandler has created more than 100 records. He was an inhabitant DJ at Club Zanzibar in Newark, New Jersey during the 1980s too, home to the Jersey Sound brand of huge house or carport house.

He is the maker of the house music mark Madhouse Records (not to be mistaken for Dave Kelly’s reggae name of a relative name) whose signings join Roy Ayers and Dennis Ferrer and surprisingly more really MadTech Records, whose once-over merges No Artificial Colors, Citizen, Kashii, Waze and Odyssey and Waifs and Strays.

Some of the notables below I enjoyed playing at gigs, so much joyful memories at brings. You can stream or purchase on Amazon music.

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