Kenny Jammin Jason

Kenny Jammin Jason is a featured guest tonight on the show.

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)




Kebekelectrik – War Dance
Cerrone – Love In C Minor
Love And Kisses – I Found Love Now That I Found You
Carrie Lucas – Dance With You
Lorraine Johnson – Feed The Flame
Billy Nicholls – Give Your Body Up To The Music
Tavares – Don’t Take Away The Music
Grey & Hanks – Dancin’
Taana Gardner – Work That Body
Village People – San Francisco/Hollywood
Macho – I’m A Man
Patrick Hernandez – Born To Be Alive
Dan Hartman – Countdown/This Is It


Kenny’s career started in the club back in the disco era. As a featured mixer on Chicago’s 94.7 FM Disco DAI in 1979, he’d move to WGCI to do remixes before landing at WBMX where he and the legendary, iconic, U.S. Dance Music Hall of Fame team “The Hot Mix 5” would make history.

From there Kenny would go on to a career in law enforcement as a Cook County sheriff where he’d retire as a Lieutenant.

He and the Hot Mix 5 created Hot Mix 5 records after he produced his massive club hit “Can U Dance” featuring Fast Eddie [who’d go on to hip-house fame on DJ International]. Hot Mix 5 records would release massive club/house anthems like “You Used To Hold Me” by Hot Mix 5 member Ralphi Rosario featuring Xavier Gold. Also the hit “In-Ten-Si-T” by Mickey Mixin’ Oliver who is a resident DJ here on The Beat Chicago.

Each member of the Hot Mix 5 have their own honorary street sign in Chicago to show respect to the contribution to the music world and DJ community. You can find Kenny’s sign in Logan Square.

For a more detailed history of the Hot Mix 5, WBMX and house music, CLICK HERE to visit our sister network, WBMX.