Bruce Fagan’s ear for music was discovered before he ever had a lesson. When he was only four years old, Bruce could hear a song once and play it on piano. He particularly enjoyed "showing off" in front of his older brother's piano teacher.
Inspired by “Uncle” Ron Nelson, the music counselor at Sesame Day Camp, Bruce got the “bug” for performing. He took up guitar and by age 14 was performing at coffee-houses and other venues throughout the area.
He performed with The Don Dornay Orchestra beginning in 1974 and led a second band for that office. In 1980 he left to go out on his own as The Bruce Fagan Ensemble, for weddings, bar mitzvahs and other social events.
In 1994, he added deejays to enhance the band. Starting with CDs then moving to mini-disks and now – all mp3s, Bruce’s massive digital library includes over 10,000 tunes. He uses the latest professional deejay software to allow for previously unheard of versatility.
Bruce also performs for parties as a “power single”, providing a full, “live” sound using digital keyboards.