DJ Steve Mack
Steve Mack has been at the cutting edge of DJing since 1975. As a classical music student and collector of recorded music, Steve started playing the role of DJ at most school and family gatherings. At the age of 15, Steve played New York's Finest Disco and Best Rock in a Restaurant Club called Court Street, promoted by WPLJ-FM Morning Host, Jim Kerr.
Steve was born and raised in New York, the son of a prominent attorney, Ruben H. Mack and educator, Learline Mack. In the college years, Steve worked under the tutelage of Society DJ Slim Hyatt (recognized as America's first Disco DJ) and played events for Peter Duchin Orchestras. Clubs included Studio 54, Doubles (in the Sherry Netherland Hotel), La Folie, The Adams Apple, New York New York, Bond's International, The Arena, Marco's, Starbucks, The Copacabana and more recently events at The Bellagio in Las Vegas, The Waldorf, The Helen Mills Theater, The Union Square Ballroom, Gotham Hall, The Harvard Club, The Yale Club and many other upscale venues.