Wednesday, October 17, 2018

DJ Claude VonStroke comes home to perform half-time set at Detroit Pistons game

Posted By on Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 3:32 PM

click to enlarge Claude VonStroke, real name Barclay Crenshaw, pictured with family at Little Caesar's Arena - PHOTO VIA CLAUDE VONSTROKE FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Claude VonStroke Facebook
  • Claude VonStroke, real name Barclay Crenshaw, pictured with family at Little Caesar's Arena

Grosse Pointe-bred DJ Claude VonStroke (real name Barclay Crenshaw) has a lot of love for Detroit. And now, Claude VonStroke can cross "Official DJ for the Detroit Pistons" off of his bucket list as he returns home to perform the half-time show at today's game.

Claude VonStroke will be live streaming the half-time show today, starting sometime between 8-8:15 p.m., based on the timing of the first half.

In the past 20-plus years of his career, VonStroke has garnered many accolades. Apart from being a skilled DJ and producer, VonStroke is the founder of Dirtybird Records, a popular tech-house label, and an event organizer of the bi-annual and bi-coastal Dirtybird Campout festivals. In 2016, Claude VonStroke was also voted America's best DJ by DJ Times, and last May, he earned one of the city's highest honors as a headlining DJ at Movement Electronic Music Festival.

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