BB Hayes / On Air Mix-show
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DJ/Producer/Artist BB Hayes is a legendary music innovator who was a guiding member in establishing the San Francisco Bay Area underground club renaissance starting in the early 90s. From his early days in radio mixing for iconic stations like Wild 94.9 FM featured on seminal weekend late night mix shows like St. John’s House Nation to working alongside legendary remixer the late Cameron Paul. Hayes quickly expanded his talents to remixing where he worked alongside Paul producing remixes for the DJ-Promo services MIXX-IT and Wicked Mix eventually starting his own called Monster Mix.
By 1995 Hayes was headlining all of the largest clubs and parties in the San Francisco Bay Area, holding down residencies at the legendary DNA Lounge then owned by famous Hollywood brothers John and (comedian/actor) Rob Schneider as well as 1015 Folsom and the newly established but soon to be iconic Ruby Skye. BB’s eclectic style of house music set the standard for Ruby Skye’s success and allowed him to play for countless private events for such luminaries as Prince & Robin Williams.
In 2011 Hayes stepped away from DJ-ing and production to focus on family, his sobriety. Back on track just a few years later after resetting his life to begin a new sober quest as an artist. In 2017 Hayes teamed with co-producer Bill Williams to start work on the first of several new projects including the 2017 album “Stereophonic Sound”
Inspired by his love for Sci-Fi films with his new found passion for production, Hayes kicks off 2019 with “Disclosure,” a six-track alien themed EP, and it’s first single “Phoenix Lights” Featuring the vocals of the late Lady Abstract (Patricia Rebalizza) who passed away shortly after the tracks recording, “Phoenix Lights” is a skillfully produced peak time Electro House track that takes its inspiration from the largest mass UFO sighting of observed in the skies over the Arizona, Nevada and the Mexican State of Sonora on March 13, 1997, known as the “Phoenix Lights”
San Francisco Bay Area house pioneer BB Hayes follows up his underground dance floor hit “Phoenix Lights” with a peak time, deep tech track sure to become a Covid-Classic. Complete with 30/40s style air raid vocals over a driving Tech House beat and an ever-present ticking clock “Remain in the House” pulsates with eery synth stabs and an overarching sense of urgency.
BB is pure artist. That’s why he is one of the finest artists ever to come out of San Francisco. His drive and performance are simply amaz