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Classic Hip-Hop comes to Nashville

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Hip-Hop has a home in Nashville. The good people that brought the 2013 DMC Regionals and Flashpoint Wednesday with the legendary Grandmaster Flash to the Music City are back with a new weekly event.

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Turntable University in association with The DJ Vatican are celebrating the music that birthed the culture known as Hip-Hop with some of the world's hottest turntablists every Sunday afternoon throughout the month of March through Classic Sundays.

Hosted by internationally known DJ Debonair, Classic Sundays kicks off at The Brugada on March 9th at 3:00pm with the legendary Rock Steady DJ Tony Touch. Tony Touch has been a prolific DJ through the years, collaborating with many MCs from KRS-One to Busta Rhymes to Eminem.

The weekly series continues, celebrating the birthday of the inventor of the scratch himself, Grand Wizard Theodore on March 16th. Kool DJ Red Alert, who helped launch many successful Hip-Hop careers including A Tribe Called Quest, will be the feature DJ the following up on March 23. Classic Sundays closes the month with turntablist pioneer DJ Shortkut.

The four elements of Hip-Hop come together, led by world class DJs to bring classic music to the Music City's ever growing scene.

The Brugada is located at 204 Commerce Street. The event is 21 and older, and advanced tickets are available in limited supply for only $12 at www.classicsundaynashville.eventbrite.com.

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