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2.35:1 Tyree Cooper & Marshall Jefferson
Berns
D. 2012.03.03 Kl. 21:00

2.35:1 proudly presents Tyree Cooper & Marshall Jefferson!

We are happy to present two true Chicago-house legends. In the main room at Berns Salonger they will show you what real Chicago House is all about. Don't miss this!

TYREE COOPER:

Growing up on the streets of Chicago’s South Side Tyree Cooper discovered his love for the soul music of the 60ies. Tyree Cooper is now regarded as one of the most influential artists in the international house scene.

He founded his own label in 1994: Supa Dupa Records. In 1999 Epic/ Sony Music released "Turn Up The Bass" with the original and some new remix versions: Nowadays you can find Tyree collaborating and releasing new material with such noted DJ/Producer's like Marc Romboy-Lost.Systematic Recording and Ovum Records 2008,Dennis Naidinow-Wonderland featured on Pete Tong's "WonderLand" Compliation 2008, from the U K Beaten Soul-That's House,Seamless Records U K 2010 and from Holland Tom Trago-Do Whatcha Gotta Do,Rush Hour 2010.
True to the scene Tyree lives in Berlin now and spreading his Chicago House Sound throughout the world.

MARSHALL JEFFERSON:

Widely regarded as the Godfather of house music, it is unsurprising that Marshall's "Move Your Body" is also dubbed as “The House Music Anthem”.

Marshall Jefferson is one of the founding fathers of house music as it is known today. Born in Chicago in 1959, Marshall was a central figure in the development of the Chicago house scene and produced seminal house anthems including Move Your Body, 7 Ways To Jack and Open Our Eyes. He has worked with the best in the business, from fellow founding father Frankie Knuckles to Roy Davis Jr., Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, Felix Da Housecat and Lil Louis. Marshall has had a leading hand in the growth of the acid and deep house movements. His impact is so great that he continues to break boundaries and disprove all those predicting the end of house music.

Even after almost three decades in the industry, Marshall is still busy as ever and most importantly, constantly cementing his stellar reputation while still evolving as both an artist and an entertainer.