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The New Dance Show Used To Be The Coolest TV Show In Detroit

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The New Dance Show was a TV program that aired in Detroit from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s. It was broadcast on WGPR-TV 62, which is now known as WWJ-TV and affiliated with CBS. The show, hosted by R.J. Watkins, was a local, low-budget version of Soul Train. It featured DJs from the area and regular dancers.

Now, let’s talk about Detroit’s economic situation. It’s no secret that the city has been facing some serious challenges. But here’s an idea: what if we turned Detroit into a new hub for underground House music? Picture something like Ibiza, but right here in America. What do you reckon?

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