Tiger Nights ft. DJ's Bryce Hackford and Jimi Hey + screening of 'Chameleon Street' (1989) by director  Wendell B. Harris Jr.

Bryce Hackford

Jimi Hey (DJ)

Jimi Hey, Capricorn, is a musician, all vinyl DJ, and Los Angeles native who has been spinning all over town since the 90s, and has played with bands over the years such as Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Beachwood Sparks, All Night Radio, Indian Jewelry, Glass Candy, The Rapture, Cass McCombs and Devendra Banhart.

Expect a kaleidoscopic selection of records of all genres and eras conducive to ecstatic dancefloor experiences inspired by the masters like Larry Levan, David Mancuso, Ron Hardy and Danielle Baldelli.

"Chameleon Street" (1989)

Chameleon Street is a 1989 independent film written by, directed by and starring Wendell B. Harris, Jr.. It tells the story of a social chameleon who impersonates reporters, doctors and lawyers in order to make money.

The film is a satire based on the life of Detroit con artist and high-school drop-out William Douglas Street, Jr., who successfully impersonated professional reporters, lawyers, athletes, extortionists, and surgeons, going so far as to perform more than 36 successful hysterectomies. A Sundance Film Festival press release in 2008 described it as "one of the first films to examine how mellifluously race, class, and role-playing morph into the social fabric of America." Chameleon Street won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival.



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