Technics/DMC World DJ Mixing Champion Chad Jackson has been a Music Producer, DJ and Music Industry Educator for the last 30 years.
DJ & PRODUCER
Chad has been DJing, Producing and playing live since the mid80s with a string of hit records and remixes under his belt, including his worldwide hit ‘Hear The Drummer Get Wicked’.
EDUCATION / TUITION
Chad has lectured, consulted, written course material and provided masterclasses and for some of the world’s most prestigious music institutions, teaching Music Production, Composition, Music History and Culture and DJ techniques to a new generation of artists, DJs and producers.
Currently teaching on the fulltime music degree courses at The Academy Of Contemporary Music (ACM), Chad also provides bespoke one on one tuition to students privately.
Previous students have included:
BBC Radio 1
DMC World Online Mixing Champion
Garuda, Toolroom, Funk Farm
Four:Twenty Recordings, Lot49
Upcoming DJ / live performances and appearances.
|10/22/17||28-36 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth||Big Fish Little Fish (Bournemouth)|
|Time: 2:00pm. Admission: £7. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: The Old Fire Station. Join the award-winning, critically acclaimed Big Fish Little Fish crew and headline DJ Chad Jackson (DMC World Champion / ex-Hacienda Resident) at a rave for families with children aged 0-8 years. With the BFLF rave one of the 2016 festival’s most popular ticketed events, be sure to secure yours early to avoid disappointment. Designed as much for grown-ups as for children, the rave will be daft, social, anarchic and a whole load of fun for everyone together! Experience a dancefloor full of bubbles, club visuals, glitter cannons, huge balloons and a giant parachute dance, all to a soundtrack of proper club tunes. Collaborate on a giant colouring mural, create at the play dough table, get a temporary tattoo and get creative at the crafting tables with The Creation Station. Play and relax in the baby chill-out area on mats with tents, tunnels and ball pool (for the littlest ravers). Dressing up is encouraged – the theme is “Surf’s Up” – think beach wear, shorts ‘n’ shades, Hawaiian shirts. For families with younger children (8s and under) though older siblings are welcome. Parents remain responsible for their children at all times. The event is standing/dancing with limited seating. It will be busy with several hundred people and in low lighting (no strobes) conditions. The licensed bar will be open but no glass will be allowed in the event. Each event is stewarded and risk assessed in advance. Buggies must be left in buggy park and will not be allowed on the dance floor. ‘Reliably excellent’ – The Guardian Best Family Event 2014-2017 – Family Arts Festival www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk www.facebook.com/bigfishlittlefishevents www.twitter.com/bflfevents Buy Tickets|