Terrence Parker

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Terrence Parker
Terrence Parker K4.jpg
Terrence Parker deejaying at K4 club in Slovenia.
Background information
Also known as Telephone man
Origin Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres Detroit house
Occupations Producer, DJ
Instruments Turntables
Years active 1980-present
Labels 430 West
Sony Music Entertainment
Studio !K7
Website www.terrenceparkermusic.com

Terrence Parker is a house deejay and music producer from Detroit, Michigan, United States.

Parker has a long career in deejaying. In 2010 he celebrates his 30th music anniversary. He has been actively deejaying in hundreds of cities around the world. These events range from night clubs (large and small) to music festivals with more than 100,000 people. Since 1988, Parker has released more than 100 recordings on various labels, and has had top 20 hits with his songs "Love's Got Me High", "The Question" and albums like "Detroit After Dark" in the U.K., The Netherlands, Germany, and France. He is nicknamed "The Telephone man" because he uses a telephone handset as headphones.[1]

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