Born 26 October 1963, East Orange, New Jersey, USA. Although he only made an impact in the late 90s with his club hits "The Freaks Come Out", "The Way We Used To", and "(You Got Me) Burning Up", Fisher has been involved with the music industry since leaving high school. He spent his formative years going to all-night parties in his native New Jersey run by Tony Humphries. He took to DJing and eventually picked up production work for Timmy Regisford at Motown Records. He was incorporated into Arthur Baker's production team at Shakedown Studios, where he worked on remixes for Chaka Khan ("Love You All My Lifetime") and Quincy Jones ("I'll Be Good To You") ? both of which were number 1s on the Billboard dance chart. As house music developed, Fisher was instrumental in developing the sound, writing "Hands On Love" and "House Is A Feeling" for the New York-based independent label, Hardtrax. In 1996, he released "The Way We Used To" and "Check This Out' on the Maxi label which were dancefloor hits in the USA and UK, particularly at the Twilo and the Ministry Of Sound. His EPs Shine The Light/New York, New York and I Want Music/Lead Me To The Mountain Top were international club hits and played by influential DJs such as Frankie Knuckles, Terry Farley, Junior Vasquez and David Morales among others. It was 1998"s "The Freaks Come Out" that made Fisher's name in the UK, championed by BBC Radio 1 DJs Pete Tong and Danny Rampling, licensed by the Ministry Of Sound record label and featured on many mix compilation albums, including the Ministry's Annual IV. The same year Fisher provided vocals for Danny Tenaglia's Tourism, repaying a favour to the man who had first convinced him to record his own material. In January 1999, "(You Got Me) Burning Up", sampling Loleatta Holloway's "Love Sensation" (the same track used by Black Box for their 1989 UK number 1 "Ride On Time'), received extensive radio airplay, notably from Radio 1"s Dave Pearce and was yet another smash hit in the clubs. Fisher continues to DJ in Europe, Asia and the USA and holds a residency at the D! Club in Geneva, Switzerland.