Honored by the Detroit Historical Museum's exhibit "Techno: Detroit's Gift to the World," Eddie Fowlkes and three other cohorts were featured for originating Detroit Techno music. The exhibit captured his over 25 years of experience in the music industry, stretching back to when he got his first mixer for Christmas in 1977. That mixer led him to understand the power that music could have on people, which inspired him to make his first hit record, "Goodbye Kiss," released on Metroplex records in 1986. That recording in turn inspired Derrick May's and Keven Saunderson's acclaimed there first recording. He also single-handedly establishes a new genre of dance music, 'Techno-Soul,' by combining deep, soulful house sounds with more digital, electronic elements of his own sounds. He has now released over 150 Plus tracks. Also, Eddie has recordings on Sony, BMG, Warner Brothers, Tresor, Azuli, P.I.A.S. (London) to name a few majors and independents. Eddie has remixed, produce The Pet Shops Boys, Moby, Martha Wash, and Juan Atkins, Amp Fiddler as well as countless European artists. Now Eddie's focus is on his own labels "Detroit Wax", Cityboy music of pure techno soul baby..!