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Teddy Douglas


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Teddy Douglas, a Baltimore native, recalls listening to plenty of Motown, Stax and Philadelphia International records at an early age. As an avid record collector, he has collected Everything from 60’s classic rock to current house. In the late 70’s he began his DJ career performing for high school dances and neighborhood parties.
Influenced by some of his favourite DJ’s like Tee Scott, Larry Levan and Mandrill Harris, Teddywould eventually land a residency in 1983 at Baltimore’s premier hot spot Odell’s. It was during this period he’d meet Thommy Davis and Jay Steinhour while working at local record shops and the trio would go on to form the infamous Basement Boys Productions. In 1986 there first record, “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore”, was released on Jump St. Records (N.Y.C.). Since then they have produced some of clubland’s biggest stars.
In 1989 they discovered Ultra Nate (“Blue Notes in the Basement”-Warner Brothers) and recorded her early club anthems, “It’s Over Now” and “Rejoicing”. Later that year they also produced Mass Order’s “Lift Every Voice” and Crystal Waters’ “Gypsy Woman” and “100% Pure Love”. Today Teddy still enjoys DJing either locally at club Paradox or across the globe, performing for thousands from Italy to Japan. He is also head of A&R for Basement Boys Records and CEO of Basement Boys Productions. Teddy keeps very busy looking for new talent and new tunes.

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