You may know Chaz Millionaire best for his work on Minnesota airwaves, but make no mistake, there is no transparency in his reverence for the many facets of the music business.
Born and raised in Minneapolis, Charles M. Dillon made his radio debut on KFAI
at age 14 as co-host of “Soul on the Southside” with Professor Funk. Most known for his behemoth hit show, “Late Night Love” on KFAI, Chaz' passion for all things music segued into global travel as production support with revered names including Alexander O’Neal, Cherrelle, Patty LaBelle and Stephanie Mills.
As one of the most recognized voices and faces in Minneapolis music culture,
Chaz has spent most of his career documenting the diverse and historic Minnesota music scene. As an activist, Charles keep his feet firmly on the ground with his "Live On Location" segments broadcasting from all over his hometown and beyond. Journalistically, Charles has exclusively interviewed with exclusives from the Minneapolis Police Chief and a friend of Jacob Blake hours after the Kenosha shooting.
Although he loves everything that he does musically and for the community, Chaz considers his important role as a Father, Grandfather and Son.
Worth a few millions.
In addition to the host of Chaz Millionaire Production endeavors, he also find the time to host "Jazz with Chaz" Sundays on KMOJ 89.9 FM.