Beautiful Sunday Featuring Glenn Underground and Rick Wilhite Presented By Rhythm Nation and Bouquet
Glenn Underground (Strictly Jaz Unit, Chicago)
Rick Wilhite (3 Chairs, Vibes New and Rare Music, Rush Hour, Mahogani Music, Detroit)
Vincent (Rhythm Nation, San Diego)
Bouquet Soundsystem (Bouquet, San Diego)
Rick Wilhite’s Beautiful Sunday is an epicenter for Deep and Soulful Underground Dance Music. Every third Sunday of the month Rick takes Motor City Wine in Detroit on a journey with some of House Music’s finest artists. This time he takes the show on the road to San Diego with one of the most talented producers in House Music Glenn Underground for a collab of sorts with Rhythm Nation and Bouquet.
March 3rd is packed weekend of dance music during a huge festival and we’re serving up some of The Underground’s finest. We have all the bases covered for you as well, pristine sound (huge rig by the way Function One), and state of the art venue (tucked away in downtown San Diego). Join us for two of the finest in Soulful Underground Music from 8pm until 2am Sunday March 3, 2019.
Glenn Underground is the founding member of the Strictly Jaz Unit. He was raised on disco classics and freeform jazz in Chicago’s Southside, the place where house music was born. Taking inspiration from Chicago’s original pioneers, Larry Heard, Ron Hardy, Lil’ Louis, and the like, Glenn has produced some of the most well respected deep house music ever. His releases for Cajual, Prescription, Guidance, and Peacefrog have set the standard for sophisticated dance music. He is one of the few DJ’s who can walk the line between deep jazz house, disco influenced house, and the kind of classics featured at the legendary parties of late 70’s Chicago.
A Detroit native, Rick learned at an early age that a career in music takes more than playing one’s favorite records. Multi-faceted crowd control, sound engineering and creative party promotion are what make him more than a Detroit DJ.
With over two decades experience in playing clubs and parties 24-7, 365 makes the Godson one of Detroit’s best and most versatile DJ’s around. His venture to college in the south to Southern University allowed his skills to take the region to another level of Music.
His DJ styles of House, Techno, Rap and R&B helped change the black college music scene across America. Beginning in high school, Wilhite also battled in contests against other well-respected DJ’s. He still impresses audiences today, and retains his undefeated status in the DJ community.
A 30+year professional within the music industry, Wilhite adds Music Historian, Salesperson, and Promoter to his list of accomplishments. During the 80’s Wilhite worked for Buy Rite Music, which was one of the premiere record stores in the Midwest. Buy-Rite specialized in servicing the DJ as opposed to having the DJ serving himself. During the late 80’s early 90’s, he soon became one of the most sought-after music professionals in the industry. Equipped with a keen ear for quality music, he embarked on a path of self-proprietorship. He opened The House of Music in downtown Detroit. As well the record store, Vibes New and Rare Music.
Throughout his music career, Wilhite has performed for numerous international and stateside venues. He has gone by a host of names: DOC, Tech-12, Working Mixx, and most recently The Godson. Interestingly enough, each alias describes and symbolizes his relationship to his craft. He has established successful working relationships with city officials, journalists, and media personalities; and has befriended many music artists. Influenced by Detroit’s legendary pool of musicians, he entered production studios at the early age of eleven. He began remixing records in 1986 with the group NASA. Additionally, Wilhite worked alongside many electronic music pioneers, such as Juan Atkins and Derrick May. In recent years, Wilhite has established a bond with fellow musicians Marcellus Pittman, Kenny Dixon Jr. and Theo Parrish’ now known as the 3 Chairs.