Over the past twenty years, Johnny Fiasco has become a legend and recognized as a true pioneer in of Chicago's house scene. This impressive producer and remixer logs 150k plus frequent-ﬂyer miles a year spinning at clubs and special events globally, from Seattle to Istanbul, including every major city in US. His remarkable sound can gracefully combine soulful electronic sounds, tech vibes, fundamental house, disco, and pure funk. Growing up on Chicago's South Side, Fiasco’s beginnings can be found at the famous club Shelter. He began pushing the boundaries as one of the pioneers of house music side by side Mark Farina at Smartbar, Lizard Lounge and the infamous Club Naked.
Today, Fiasco is one of electronic music’s top producers and remixers. His reputation as a producer has landed him work with labels such as Sony, Jive, Epic, Warner Bros, and indies such as Defected, Om Records, and Universal UK. His vast catalog includes work with artists such as Kaskade, Owl City, Rihanna, KD Lang, Gloria Estefan, Michelle Indegeochelo, Donna Blakely and Bob Sinclair. Billboard Credits Johnny Fiasco’s Samantha James "Rise" #1 chart position and Beatport’s #1 download in December of '06. In 2003, one of his remixes was #1 Billboard® chart-topping dance ﬂoor rework of Justin Timberlake's smash single "Cry Me A River." Without a doubt a Fiasco record can always be found in the hands of DJs worldwide. Current side projects also include cutting edge sound design for mobile devices and music licensing for brands such as Budweiser, Marlboro, and MTV. If that weren’t enough, this king of masterings’ list of credits runs deep with labels like Lets Pet Puppies, Rousoul, Loveslap, Digital Disco, Neighborhood House Watch, and most recently Santiago & Bushido’s Beatport number one track ‘For What’ on Potty Mouth.