Date: Thursday, July 19, 2012
Start Time: 10:00 PM
Event Type: DJ Events, Special Events
Last Updated: July 10, 2012
Cevin Fisherwith D. Ramirez"Lost In Music ",I Love The Music ,Down In My Soul,Put Your Body Into It,The Way We Used to,The Freaks Come Out, House is a Feeling, You Got Me Burning Up, Love You Some More and on and on There are very few people whose name is synonymous with the term house anthem but all these tracks were created by one man Cevin Fisher.Does he rest on his laurels, no! Cevin continues to blaze a trail with a steady flow of productions, collaborations and amazing DJ sets.Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Cevin Fisher has risen to become one of the World's most respected & prolific master house producers and DJ's. While still in his teens a growing passion for club music propelled Cevin into the heady circles that were seeds of what we call house Paradise Garage Zanzibar The Loft and more Cevin was inspired to start DJing at that time by watching his heroes Tony Humphreys, Larry Levan and Francois K.At 16 he picked up his first gigs at loft parties and college one-offs before finally getting his first regular break as a warm-up for Zanzibar resident Larry Paterson on Friday nights a year later.After that, there was only really one place he could head for... NEW YORK CITY! Cevin went to work in the top recording studios in New York, sharpening his skills that would make him the incredible producer that he became. He soon fell into production work for Timmy Regisford of Motown Records alongside future electro-Don & mainstream producer Arthur Baker at Shakedown Studios, where he delivered remixes for Chaka Khan's "Love You All My Lifetime" and Quincy Jones' "I'll Be Good To You", both of which subsequently went to number one on the US Billboard Dance Chart.From 1993 to 1995 Cevin teamed up with Cliff St.-Cyr, one of originators of the NYC house scene. They created classic anthems like House is a Feeling, "Hands On Love," and Sweet in the Morning under several monikers and all released on the Cliff's legendary Hardtrax label. Seeing how huge these tracks were, Strictly Rhythm was quickly on the case, licensing and re-releasing all three to bring them to the widest audience possible. Cevin also worked with several other collaborators for tracks on Hardtrax, Nervous and other noted labels.During the summer of 1995, I bumped into Danny Tenaglia on 21st street. We talked for a while about our productions and I told him how I didnt feel I was reaching my full potential. It was a heavy conversation. Danny said Go out on your own, you can make it on your own! and sent me on my way. I got in my car and I was heading home through the midtown tunnel and saw a billboard that said Find Your Own Road and I went home inspired to create.
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