Dirty Vegas' self-titled debut was one of 2002s most provocative and
popular releases, earning massive commercial success along with
unanimous critical acclaim. The collection made a huge impact upon its
June 4, 2002 arrival, landing at .7 with-a-bullet on the Billboard 200.
Driven by the dazzling Days Go By, DIRTY VEGAS went on to sell close to
a million records worldwide... Days Go By was a major dance/pop
crossover sensation, scoring Dirty Vegas a 2003 Grammy Award for Best
Dance Single. The track was a Top 20 favorite on Billboards Hot 100, as
well as a Top 10 hit on Billboards Top 40 Tracks.
Following the release of the album, Dirty Vegas toured the four corners
of the globe, developing a reputation as a powerful and entertaining
In a rollercoaster 2 years, the band headlined their own
worldwide tour, supported such like-minded artists as Moby and Groove
Armada, stole the show at a number of international festivals,
including Coachella, V Festival, Roskilde and Fuji Rock.
In 2003, we were nominated for 3 Grammy Awards and managed to win the
best of the bunch, "Best Dance Single." recorded an acoustic version of
the Beatles classic With a little help from my Friends for the last
ever episode of Friends, performed an unforgettable live version of
Days go by/One nation under a groove with the legendary Bootsy Collins,
won a Playboy magazine award and shot a video with Supermodel Helena
In 2004 we released our second Album, One Recorded in London, Cornwall,
and Scotland, we wanted the album to be more organic than our first
record. The first single Walk into the Sun set the dancefloors on fire
and UK radio station XFM playlisted the track for 8 weeks.
felt that the experimental sound was too far from the first album.
Songs such as, Given you everything and Human Love are some of the most
favourite songs Ive ever been part of. But like all good things, they
must come to an end and both Paul and Ben decided to leave the band,
but after all that we had done I felt that there was still a future for
May 2005, saw us perform our last concert together at the Shepherds
Bush Empire, and what a night!! Truly one of the most amazing gigs I
have ever done! Thank you All!
Over the summer of 2005, Steve released
a track called Loving you more with House DJ Steve Mac that was a huge
track of the summer. And in that August he performed the track live
from his spiritual home, Ibiza for Radio 1s 10th anniversary. Sor far
2006 has been spent working on new Dirty Vegas material, A track from
my forthcoming Solo Album is the new title theme for the FOX show,
'Standoff'. Dirty Vegas also scored the Film, 'Boys and Girls Guide to
getting down' due for release 2007 Steve Xx