25 years after, Ten City is back to life thanks to two of their members, the legendary Chicago DJ Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily, the great vocalist. These are great news, following the recovery of Marshall Jefferson from some health problems he suffered at the beginning of the year. An uplifting classic vocal house track called Be Free (Emmaculate & Shannon Chambers mix) is released today via Ultra Music. Ten City began their career in 1987 with the release of the single Devotion, and they released their last album (That Was Then, This Is Now) in 1994. In those days, Marshall Jefferson was the mastermind in the studio, producing and remixing the trio´s work, but now he´s half of the project, sharing the duties with the great voice of Byron Stingily.
Great news for the House family, looking forward for more tracks from the new inception of Ten City. Until then, you can listen Be Free or buy it here.