"Little" Louie Vega

Active since the '80s as a DJ, producer, and one-half of Masters at Work, Little Louie Vega is a permanent part of dance music history. Vega, born Luis Fernando Vager, made a name for himself as a DJ in the New York City club circuit spinning in major venues such as Studio 54, Devil's Nest, Hearthrob, and the Sound Factory. Besides producing his own work, he remixed tracks for commercial dance-pop vocalists and underground producers alike. Remarkably eclectic across four decades, Vega has been deeply immersed in an array of club music styles that include freestyle, house, rap, and Latin jazz.