King T’s “Act A Fool” album came out in 1988. That’s the same year Dennis Blaze got his 1st pair of non-matching belt drive turntables. Since then up until now, he’s been passionately turning records and crossing faders. Except now he’s got matching turntables and he’s a few years older.
Dennis Blaze got his break on commercial radio in 1997. He was the morning show DJ for Jammin z90 in San Diego. In 2002, he started producing mixshows for XM radio. He had a hiphop and reggae show on XM Channel 67 The City. At the same time, he was also producing a west coast show on XM Channel 65 The Rhyme called “Backyard Boogie”.
3 years after the inception of itunes in 2001, Dennis Blaze took advantage of that avenue and started podcasting. His passion for music and its different genres led to a successful podcast which currently services over 12k subscribers worldwide.
Aside from playing music, many DJs know of Dennis Blaze for his remixes. His remixes has allowed DJs to elevate their DJ game and set themselves apart. Dennis Blaze has been providing these tools for DJs since his 1st vinyl release in 1999 under Universal records. To this day, Dennis Blaze continues to output clutch tracks that turn
dancefloors into packed floors and heats up mixshows worldwide. Dennis Blaze provides remixes to the world’s top digital record pools.
In 2009, Dennis Blaze expanded his musical horizon and started producing house music. He goes by the alias “Stash House”. The formula is Soulful House + Funk + Disco House = Stash House.
You can currently catch Dennis Blaze weekdays at 5pm for the Rush Hour Mixx with PJ Butta right here on 93.5 KDAY as well as Fridays 5-7pm for the 'Back in the Mixx" weekends!