DJ Snow was born in Los Angeles and spent most of his time in the Pacific Northwest--primarly Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington, where he found himself starting out DJing in the midst of the 90s Grunge Era.
After Seattle, he found himself DJing and living in the Virgin Islands and DJing all over the Caribbean for the next 17 years. Islands included St John, St. Maartan, Tortola, Virgin Gorda and St Barts.
DJ Snow was Nominated in the category for "Best DJ in the US Virgin Islands" for over a Decade, with his mixes of Reggae and Soca along with his "Electric Life" Carnival Parties which ran for over 5 years.
After Hurricane Irma & Maria swept through the islands, Eric made Las Vegas his home base. He still travels to St Thomas and St John for many events, several times during the year.
He currently resides in Las Vegas and was named one of the "Top Three Event DJ's in Las Vegas" in 2019, 2020 and for a third time in 2021.
He has showcased many events and venues for over the last decade and a half, including celebrity parties at Mandalay Bay, The Venetian, MGM Grand, Bally's Las Vegas, Red Rock Casino, The Flamingo, Paris Hotel & Casino, Caesars Palace and The Palms.
DJ Snow was the first performer to play at Wynn Resorts new Events Pavilion and the last performer to play at the famous Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on its jam packed closing night.
Andrew Yang also chose DJ Snow for a large scale event while here in Vegas and he regularly plays for local celebrities and other wide ranges of events.
Unlike most DJ's (who stick to one mainly just one or two styles), DJ Snow is adapt at:
Top 40 & High Energy Dance
EDM & Big Room House
Hip-Hop & Rap
70's Funk & Old School
Soca & Calypso
Latin (including Salsa, Merengue, and Vallenato)
...and much, much more. Whatever the musical need is, it can put put into one pot and all stirred up in a way only done by him.
"I think my strengths come from my ability to adapt into most any situation. As a DJ I am not locked into any one style. I have worked hard to learn every style of music I can lay my hands on. When a person or venue hires me, I take the guidelines of what they want and put it together in a way so it works for everyone. That's what I believe the job of a DJ is....making it all work."