A Night At The U Street Disco

A Night At The U Street Disco

Jellybean Benitez, Sam "The Man" Burns

Saturday Jan 6

10:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

It's a night at the U Street Disco! As a pioneer of disco’s transition into dance music and a producer for Madonna, Jellybean Benitez has many years of experience and awards behind him. His modern sets are a heart-pounding blend of soulful house, afro-house, and classic songs from his early work that you don’t want to miss. Alongside him will be Sam “The Man” Burns, a DC staple of over 36 years, with an unending repertoire of local venue residencies and an impeccable taste for the right vinyl to spin.

***Free before 11 PM. This event is 21+.*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.

Jellybean Benitez
Jellybean Benitez
Having held nightly parties at New York's most prominent clubs (Studio 54 and Electric Circus) Benitez remains as one of the most influential DJs amongst the disco and post-disco scenes of the mid-70s and mid-80s. Showing versatility throughout the "death of disco", Benitez went into full gear with production and remixing; reworking tracks for artists such as Afrika Bambaataa, Madonna (including the production of her first hit, "Holiday"), Whitney Houston, Debbie Gibson, Eurythmics and Sheena Easton. In 2005, Benitez was inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame for his achievements as both a DJ and producer.
Sam "The Man" Burns
Sam "The Man" Burns
Sam "The Man" Burns is a D.C. music legend. As one of D.C.'s premier disc jockeys, he has helped shape the local house music scene since its inception back in the day at the Clubhouse—all while inspiring generations of house heads and fellow DJs. A walking encyclopedia of records, D.C. club history and '70s blaxploitation films, Sam is your favorite DJ's favorite DJ. -City Paper
Venue Information:
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009