Steve Mac (2)

Real Name:
Steven McCutcheon
British pop producer/songwriter, born January 15, 1972 in Surrey, England. Owner of the Rokstone Studios in London, United Kingdom. The first song he wrote was Nomad's "(I Wanna Give You) Devotion" (1990), which was a UK #2-hit. Began his career in the music industry as a tape operator with producer Nigel Wright. Early in his career, Mac was known for writing, producing and remixing dance/house tracks until crossing over to pop/ballads with bands Boyzone, Westlife, and A1 in the late 1990's.

He mainly does ballads and has been responsible for more than 20 UK number-one hits and songs by bands like Undercover (as ''behind the scenes'' producer), A1, Boyzone, Westlife, Five, Ronan Keating, The Wanted (5), and The Saturdays. Nevertheless he keeps a low profile and does not seek out the media's attention.


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DMCDM321 DMC Dance Mixes 321 — Steve Mac (2) Various Jumping' (Keep On Jumping') (Steve Mac VIP Edit Ltd) Various - DMC Dance Mixes 321(CDr, Comp, Promo) DMC DMCDM321 UK 2023 Sell This Version