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Dancer David Adams grew up in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago in a family of movers - dancers, musicians, and athletes. Influenced by choreographers of the 1980s, especially those who developed bboy repertoires in the breakdancing films of the era, he came of age as a club dancer at Medusa’s, listening to resident DJs like Psychobitch and Terri Bristol, and later evolved his club dancing practice at Red Dog and Smart Bar.
Columbia College Chicago
House Music, Chicago, Illinois, dancer, Medusa, Red Dog, Smart Bar
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African American Studies | Gender and Sexuality | History | Latina/o Studies | Music | Regional Sociology
Salkind, Micah, "Interview with David Adams" (2014). Chicago House Music Oral History Project. 13.