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November 2, 2021 96 min
TRUE HOUSE STORIES W/ RON CARROLL # 067 - PART 2 Ron Carroll’s DJ Career in the late 1980s is cut short and you can hear why in this part of the interview. The Poster Wars Begin and Ron is blackballed from being able to promote or DJ at any parties in Chicago. Because he is shut out this now forces him to find another way to earn money in the music business. He discovers music production as his saving grace. In the productions world he hooks up with Ed Matthews and they together start to write songs. In the early 1990’s he ventures out to take a trip to Miami to go to the Winter Music Conference and meets NYC DJ Louie Vega. He asks Louie if he can write lyrics for any upcoming projects and Louie gives him the new demo music for the upcoming single with Barbara Tucker. In this part also Ron talks deeply about battling depression and trying to find himself in the years that follow after he has his first initial commercial success. As with all great life stories there is a happy and sad moments and you can listen to him talk about one of his biggest records that he wrote and sang on back in 1999 with the group Funkstar from France. This interview is deep and real.
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