‘Music fan’ Currently Reciting Frankie Knuckles Wiki Page



IRISH man Derek Holden woke up in a panic today after realising ‘The Grandfather of House’, Frankie Knuckles, had died late last night.

Mr. Holden, who regularly checks his iPhone before leaving his bed in the morning, Googled the dead DJ’s name, in a desperate bid to recite some form of acceptable dialogue for later on in the day.

“This really caught me off guard,” thought the 26-year-old, self-confessed music guru. “I can’t imagine if I went into work today not knowing anything about this guy. I love you iPhone. I love you.”

Skipping breakfast, Holden copy and pasted the “best bits” from the stars Wikipedia page into a readable note, hoping to recite it on the commute to work.

“I just hope I have enough time on the DART.” he worried. “I bet I’ll bump into someone I know before the journey. I’ll just have to wing it by pretending I’m too upset to talk. Fuck fuck fuck!”

“I’m going to have to download some of his music too!”

‘Frankie Knuckles (January 18, 1955 – March 31, 2014) was an American DJ, record producer, and remixer.[1] He was born Francis Nicholls [2] in the Bronx borough of New York City and later moved to Chicago. He played an important role in developing and popularizing house music in Chicago during the 1980s, when the genre was being created. In 2005, Knuckles was inducted into theDance Music Hall of Fame for his achievements.’