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March 17 - FREE COVER - featuring:

RON PULLMAN
BRETT STARR
OCCIDENTAL

RON PULLMAN:

https://www.mixcloud.com/discover/ron-pullman/

Ron Pullman has been a key figure representing House Music throughout the South Eastern region of the U.S. Within his 30 plus years of experience in the music circuit, he has spun with likes of International DJs such as the famous Tony Humphries, Ron Trent, DJ Camacho, Marques Wyatt, Joe Claussell, Tedd Patterson, Larry Heard, Kevin Hedge , and a host of other local & regionally recognized DJs.

Born in the Mid-West, Ron was influenced by Gospel Singer and Musician "Dad". Due to his love for music he started collecting vinyl in the late 70’s and by the early 80's he became a heavy-clubber, traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast frequenting venues that featured DJ’s spinning the “club scene” music. It was a natural progression when his admiration for the music evolved into a desire to spin like the DJ’s he loved to hear and watch… Ron was encouraged to try his hand at DJing by close friends John Dennis and Robert Whitlow, but it was ultimately the influence by DJs such as Shep Pettibone, Ron Hardy, Timmy Regisford, Tee Scott and Tito Robinson (ClubHouse/DC) that helped him create his indelible mark in the business as a sought after Master of the Music. His first major club gig was in the fall of 1984 at the "Catch One" Club in Houston, TX... Where he spun for several hundred people, blew them away and captured enough of their attention that they kept coming back for more of what would soon become known as that distinctive “Pullman Soul” sound.

Ron eventually relocated to Atlanta in 1986 where he would get his major break as a DJ, spinning for some of the biggest underground parties and clubs in the market. These venues included; The Ritz Boys, Traxx, Plastic, Diamonds, Frozen Paradise, Crescent Room, 2nd Saturday's and The Excelsior Mill now known as the Masquerade. By 1991, he was doing radio mixes for Atlanta's V 103 –FM, and he also serviced his ever growing fan base via community stations such as 88.5 WRAS and 89.3 WRFG. Eventually he progressed to KISS 104's Blue Lights in The Basement and his own radio show "Southern Deepness" on Handz On Radio. It was through this prestigious resume as well as his undeniable talent that provided the platform for him to be titled “The God Father of Atlanta House.”

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