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Michael Winston got his start as a dancer and DJ partying at the Warehouse at 206 South Jefferson. He became a close collaborator and confidant of Frankie Knuckles, working with the legendary Godfather of house on remixes and production, and filling in at the Power Plant as a DJ. Today Winston works as a chemical dependency counselor and continues to DJ.
Columbia College Chicago
House Music, Chicago, Illinois, dancer, Warehouse, Frankie Knuckles, Power Plant, disc jockey
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African American Studies | Gender and Sexuality | History | Latina/o Studies | Music | Regional Sociology
Salkind, Micah, "Interview with Michael Winston" (2014). Chicago House Music Oral History Project. 36.