The Saturday Night House Party
A funkafied trip back to the music of yesterday with DJ CenFlo.
On the radio, DJ Cen-Flo presents a vast array of uptempo Old School music. His knowledge of what was popular on radio and in clubs back in the day along with his enormous library of music makes for entertaining show of new music weekly. A popular segment of his show is the “Shout -out” segment, where listeners are afforded the opportunity to communicate to friends and/or loved ones.
Modeling his style after Detroit funk DJ, The Electrifying Mojo, Cen-Flo’s show will strike up memories and never stop your feet from moving.
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Latimore The Palladium 08/17/19 8PM
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This soul singer and keyboard player, who goes by his last name Latimore, has been in show business almost 60 years as a professional musician, has produced 20 or more albums and 15 singles that made Billboard magazine’s R&B sales chart. Latimore’s baritone timbre helped make his composition Let’s Straighten It Out a No. 1 hit in 1974, and it still gets radio airplay. This event will be in Hough Hall and is part of the Palladium “Summer House” music series.
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Songwriter and radio show host DJ Cen-Flo was born on July 6, 1962, in Detroit, Michigan. Cen-Flo pulsating beats, energy and informative show made him a force at WMNF. par
From an early age, Cen-Flo had made music his life. The child of parents who were music fans who owned a lot of records, Cen-Flo spent the majority of his childhood listening to and studying his parents music. Never one to shy away from performing in the spotlight Cen-Flo was popular at family gatherings and school programs as a dancer. With James Brown as the one artist he emmulated most.
Cen-Flo has always possess the magic of knowing what to play and when to play it. Known as the ultimate "party starter" Cen-Flo brings that magic to his show.
Upon graduating high school in 1980 Cen-Flo enlisted into the United States Air Force. It was there he gained his reprutation as a party pumping house party DJ. In 1985 he transitioned his talents to radio when he became the host of his own show on WAFB radio at Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Oscoda, Michigan. The popularity of his show won him acculades from base brass and resulted in an invitation to join Armed Forces Network. An invitation he regretfully declinded.
In 1985 Cen-Flo discovered other musical talents; songwriting and rapping. Performing under the name MC Chill Lee, he performed at various venues throughout Central Florida while assigned to Sunshine Records out of Temple Terrace, Florida.
In September 2007, Cen-Flo became a member of the WMNF family and started The House Party and never slowed down. The popularity of his show and personality resulted in him receiving the 2013 Outstanding Programmer of the Year.