RONS Returns to Gregs Our Place
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Ron Slomowicz (RONS) is a Chicago-based DJ/VJ/Journalist with a 25 year-long career. Getting his start on WRVU, you can now hear his mixed sets on radio stations across the world (WRFN, WXNA, Nexus, DanceMixUSA, GRadio, Interference). Voted Best Club DJ in Nashville for five years in the Nashville Scene’s Readers’ Choice awards, Ron was a resident of the city’s best clubs (The Zone, eXceSs, The Connection, Velvet, and then ending up at the internationally-recognized Play and Tribe), entertaining crowds with his unique and high energy mix of music and video. On top of weekly residencies, an active travel schedule keeps him spinning around the country in Indianapolis, Miami, Atlanta, and Columbus. All this travel led to a Best Resident/Club VJ nomination in the Clubworld awards. Ron is a Billboard Club Chart reporter, part of the panel of 150 respected DJs whose charts determine the weekly national chart. For New Year’s Eve 2015, he played Talbott Street in Indianapolis and then headed up to Chicago to spin his regular guest spot at Roscoe’s. Something about the windy city captured his heart and he decided to make a major life change. Starting as a mixshow DJ for Fusion Radio, Ron was promoted to music director at the newly renamed station Nexus. As luck would have it, a resident spot opened up at Roscoe’s and Ron became a weekly DJ at Chicago’s best place to dance in Boys Town. He also spins monthly at Hunters in Wilton Manors/Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Musical passion, that’s just an understatement. After nine years as the IDMA award-winning guide/editor of dancemusic.about.com for the New York Times, interviewing everyone from Lady Gaga to David Guetta and Armin van Buuren to Calvin Harris, Ron decided it was time for a new adventure and launched www.NotableDance.com before joining the team of respected nightlife website ClubPlanet as Music Editor. An award-winning international authority on electronic dance music, DJ Ron Slomowicz is both trendsetter and chronicler. With a fresh new perspective in the birthplace of house music, there is no telling what the future holds for RONS.