Louie Vega is a Grammy-winning house DJ and producer.
Louie Vega is a Legendary Puerto Rican House DJ
Vega is a Puerto Rican New Yorker from the Bronx. His father was a Jazz saxophonist. New York Salsa legend Héctor Lavoe was Vega’s uncle.
Louie came up in NYC’s seminal 1980s club scene. He worked at places like Studio 54, Devil’s Nest, Hearthrob, Roseland, and the Palladium. Louie was just a kid then so people used to call him “Little Louie Vega.” Now it’s more like Giant Louie Vega.
Louie hit the big time when he helped produce Marc Anthony’s “Ride on the Rhythm” (1991).
“Ride on the Rhythm” put both artists on the map. After opening for Tito Puente at Madison Square Garden, both Louie and Marc Anthony took over the map.
Vega has worked with great Pop, Soul, and Latin artists including Michael Jackson, Luther Vandross, Madonna, Tito Puente, Black Eyed Peas, and on and on. He’s been nominated four times, but Louie won a Grammy® for his remix of Curtis Mayfield’s “Superfly.”
Vega’s music is house and his parties are universal, but his sound always has a little Latin something.
To learn more about Louie visit www.VegaRecords.net
Louie Vega Starring…XXVII
Louie Vega Starring…XXVII is Vega’s first album entirely on his on.
This is super chill music. You can let it fade into the background or listen deep. It makes you want to dance.
Louie Vega Awards
Can’t Let You Go was nominated for the 2018 Grammys for “Best Remixed Recording.”
Louie Vega’s Roots NYC Party
Vega is a global DJ, but has a standing Wednesday night gig with Kevin Hedge at Cielo called Roots NYC. So unless Vega is touring the world, you can catch him right here in the Meatpacking District.
Vega is playing March 7 & 14.
The party starts at 10 pm and goes until 4 am.