Carl Kennedy, originally from Birmingham, England, has made a substantial impact in the music industry in recent years. Pete Tong of BBC's Radio 1, proclaims, "Carl is one of the world's best undiscovered DJs." - DJ MAG. Shortly after his arrival in New York, Carl began his own party at Centro-Fly, called GBH, Great British House. The success of GBH, which had over a quarter of a million people pass through the doors, cemented Carl's reputation on the New York House scene. It was during GBH that Carl shared the stage with acts like Chemical Brothers, Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Mark Ronson, Roger Sanchez and his mentor, Erick Morillo. GBH helped revitalize the US dance scene starting in New York City at the turn of the millenium, to what it is today. This launched Carl’s International touring career and gained worldwide recognition for the GBH brand. In addition, Carl brought Pete Tong and the UK’s Radio 1 to New York to host his "Essential Selection" show live, for the first time in the show's history, in 2003.