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Michael Ezebukwu was a foundational underground disco DJ in Chicago who performed at venues like the Private Sculpture Room, Rialto Tap, Sauer’s, Dingbats and Club LaRay. His work influenced a generation of DJs who shepherded house music from queer of color social spaces to South Side teen spaces and more mainstream crossover spaces throughout the city.
Columbia College Chicago
House Music, Chicago, Illinois, Private Sculpture Room, Riato Tap, Sauer's, Dingbats, Clue LaRay, disc jockey
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African American Studies | Gender and Sexuality | History | Latina/o Studies | Music | Regional Sociology
Salkind, Micah, "Interview with Michael Ezebukwu" (2014). Chicago House Music Oral History Project. 34.