Various turntable specialists do their thing with Afro-American dance music (jazz, funk and soul), up-tempo and loungy, laid-back jazzy tunes, long-forgotten historic material and trendy mixed jazz dance. We present:
Deejay Tin Tin
Deejay Tin Tin was the first to play music of Art Blakey, Willis Jackson or Bunky Green on the very first jazz dance party in Rotterdam in 1986. He subsequently played in all the bigger clubs and discotheques, including Roxy, Paradiso and Nighttown. One of the highlights in his career as a deejay was an invitation to play in The Blue Note club in London, and later in the Jazz Café. Tin Tin now runs a Latin jazz bar in Rotterdam. After more than ten years he will play a selection of his favorite music at North Sea Jazz, for the second time in a row.