DJ JASON NEUMAN
DJ JASON NEUMAN is a resident DJ on our Saturday Night Live Ain’t No Jive Chicago Dance Party.
Listen on the radio Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7PM to 7AM at 102.3 FM, online anytime here, in our app or in the iHeartRadio app (search WCKG) or ask ALEXA to “PLAY WCKG ON iHEARTRADIO”.
Back in the day, people used to record the mixes on the radio so they wouldn’t miss them. Today, we do all the work for you! Now, you can listen to any of the mixes from our Friday Night Jams, Saturday Night Live Ain’t No Jive Chicago Dance Party, Hot Lunch Mix and more on demand in our DJ MIXES section and in our app.
Each mix page features information about the DJ, links to their social networks, video and tracklists (when provided)
Snap- The Power
Rockit- Herbie Hancock
It takes two – Rob Base
Gonna make you Sweat – C&C Music Factory
Pump up the Volume – Marrs
Jam on it – Newcleus
White lines – Grandmaster Flash
Bad of the Heart – George Lamond
Rhythm the Night – Debarge
Don’t stop the Rock – Freestylers
Show me Love – Robin S.
Funkytown – Lipps Inc.
You should be Dancing – Bee Gees
Rhythm is a Dancer – Snap!
Get up – Technotronic
Yolanda – Reality
Everybody be Somebody – Ruffneck
Love and Happiness – River Ocean
The House Music Anthem – Marshall Jefferson
Pump up Chicago – Mr. Lee
Din Daa Daa – George Kranz
Fantasy Girl – Pierres Pfantasy Club
House Train – Risse
Like This – Chip E
Love Can’t Turn Around – Farley Jackmaster Funk
Can U Jack – Fast Eddie
The Love I Lost – Mark Imperial
Chicago area DJ Jason Neuman is one of the areas best known DJ’s. He started his career at the age of 13 in 1992. He landed his first gig doing a local high school homecoming in 1993 with a home stereo system and homemade light show. Jason’s passion for music made him want more. He continued doing parties for friends and some local raves. At the age of 16 he purchased his first set of turntables with his first paycheck from his after school job at Wendy’s.
His passion continued as he taught himself to scratch and mix beats. Some of his biggest influences at that time were Bad Boy Bill, Bobby D, and To Kool Kris.