DJ Wild Bill Old School Mix 11/7/20

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DJ WILD BILL

Classic house music, freestyle and more in the mix with DJ Wild Bill a resident DJ on Saturday Night Live Ain’ No Jive Dance Party, part of our Retro Dance Classics Weekend. The show is brought to you by Digital Saviors Chicago

Every Saturday night at 7PM we keep the tradition alive started by our sister network WBMX back in 1981. Classic house, freestyle, disco, 80’s, 90’s and more in the mix, old school style.

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SHOW / TRACKLISTARTIST INFO

1. Sir Mix-A-Lot – Baby got back
2. Juvenile – Back that azz up
3. R. Kelly – Fiesta
4. Cam’ron – Hey ma
5. Phil Collins – In the air tonight
6. Notorious B.I.G. – Hypnotize
7. New Edition – Once in a lifetime groove
8. Ne-Yo – Sexy love
9. Marvin Gaye – Sexual healing
10. Missy Elliott – I’m really hot
11. L.L. Cool J – Doin’ it
12. Jackson 5 – ABC
13. Naughty by Nature – OPP
14. Beyonce – Crazy in love
15. Lumidee – Never leave
16. Notorious B.I.G. Mo money Mo problems
17. Big PUN – Still not a player
18. Sean Paul – Get busy
19. Kevin Lyttle – Turn me on
20. K7 – Come baby come
21. Crazy Town – Butterfly
22. Eminem – The real slim shady
23. Will Smith – Gettin jiggy wit it
24. Queen – Another one bites the dust
25. Luther Vandross – Never too much
26. Kool & The Gang – Hollywood swinging
27. Mase – Feels so good
28. Sly & The Family Stone – Everyday people
29. Arrested Development – People everyday
30. Kool & The Gang – Fresh
31. Michael Jackson – Rock with you
32. The Doors – Riders on the storm
33. The Whispers – And the beat goes on
34. London Beat – I’ve been thinking about you
35. Hall & Oates – I can’t go for that
36. Grandmaster Flash – White lines
37. Madonna – Holiday
38. Michael Jackson – Human nature
39. Fine Young Cannibals – She drives me crazy
40. David Bowie – Under pressure
41. Tubthumping – I get knocked out
42. Janet Jackson – All for you
43. Montell Jordan – This is how we do it
44. Will Smith – Miami
45. McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t no stoppin’ us now
46. Jackson 5 – I want you back
47. Bee Gees – Stayin’ alive
48. Pussycat Dolls – Don’t cha
48. Akon – Smack that
49. Rod Stewart – Da ya think i’m sexy
50. Justin Timberlake – Sexy back
51. Right Said Fred – I’m too sexy
52. Fergie – Glamorous
53. Sheila E. – Glamorous life
54. Fleetwood Mac – Dreams
55. Imagination – Just an illusion
56. House of Pain – Jump around
57. Eurythmics – Sweet dreams
58. Madonna – Into the groove
59. Technotronic – Pump up the jam
60. La Bouche – Sweet dreams
61. Belinda Carlise – Heaven is a place on earth
62. DJ Sammy – Heaven
63. Bryan Adams – Heaven
64. Prince – I wanna be your lover
65. Justin Timberlake – My love
66. Heavy D – Now that we found love
67. Mary J Blige – Real love
68. Faith Evans – Love like this
69. The outfield – Your love
70. Prince – Erotic city
71. The Supremes – You can’t hurry love

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I started off with a tape deck and a turntable. Guys like Kenny Jammin’ Jason, Mickey Mixin’ Oliver, Mario Smokin’ Diaz, Ralphie The Razz Rosario, Mike Hitman Wilson and Farley Jackmaster Funk were my inspiration!

I did some house parties, made a bunch of mixtapes and graduated into doing the Hotel parties where I got my name on the flyers! That was big time for me back then!

My first club appearance was in a teen club called ToTo’s in Schaumburg and since then have done tons of night clubs, cruises on the lake and mobile parties. It’s just in my heart, in my blood. I love getting creative and making mixes for the masses!

I landed my first 21+ club in Franklin Park, a club called Impressions which was originally called S.O.P.’s (there was a new one that was in Palatine in the mid 80’s) Impressions became Highlights

I’ve worked at many great clubs throughout the years including P.S. Chicago, Mother’s, Mardi Gras, Shoeless Joe’s, UN Club (formerly known as S.O.P.’s, Impressions and Highlights) and Cabana Club.

I’ve done other guest spots at places like Boogie Nights, Club 38, Serenity Lounge and Remix Lounge @ Aloft Hotel thanks to my good friend Marc. Who just so happened to get me into the mobile d.j. business. It was a learning phase of the business that was much different than doing the clubs. After some time, I decided I can do this on my own and began my venture as my own boss!

I am privileged to say that my mixes have been heard on B96, WGCI, WBMX.COM and on “LIVE” remotes with 103.5 “The Beat” back in 2000! I am honored to also have done charity work for “Walk for Cancer” and the University of DePaul “Gear-Up” Program!

So here I am, over 20 years later, still rockin’! I’d like to thank everyone who has played a part in my life throughout the years, be it personal or professional, be it big or small! It’s the journey that makes the trip fun!


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