After the sad news of DJ Warren Gluck’s death, this from Bobby Bonnaro & Legends of Vinyl‘s Facebook tribute,
For over 40 years Warren Gluck delighted dance floors with a diverse DJing style that has earned him a devoted international fan base and universal respect from his peers.
Starting out in 1975 on Long Island, Warren was soon playing at all the gay dance clubs in the metropolitan NYC area. In the late 70s and early 80s, Gluck’s growing popularity led to prestigious residencies and regular guest spots at legendary New York nightclubs such as The Monster and The Saint.
Warren played almost every major party in the U.S. from coast to coast, including the GMHC Morning Party on Fire Island, The Saint-at-Large White and Black Parties in NYC, Hotlanta, The White & Winter Parties in Miami, The San Diego Zoo Party, Gay Pride celebrations in NYC, San Francisco, Boston and Phoenix, Palm Springs White Party, Mardi Gras and Decadence in New Orleans, and The Red Party in Columbus, and The Pines Party.
Although he traveled extensively, he maintained his residency at the West Village institution for over 25 years and he played on Fire Island for over 36 years where was DJ for the annual Invasion of the Grove by the Pines at the Ice Palace.