Big Steve (Steve Walker) has been extensively involved in all aspects of the entertainment industry for over thirty five years, and has been featured in over four hundred magazine/newspaper articles, reports, and TV & Film appearances worldwide. Steve’s career began in 1976 as a concert promoter. In the early eighties, Steve became a personal assistant to actor Ernest Thomas, “Raj” from the hit T.V. Series “What’s Happening”. Steve segued into the role of artist management representative for such major acts of the time as Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Ready for the World, Toni! Tony!, Toni!, Billy Preston, JJ FAD, Easy E., N.W.A., and the LADream Team. In 1987 Steve moved to New York to work for Maurice Starr and Dick Scott Entertainment. At DSE he developed his managerial skills, working from the very beginning with many entertainment legends including New Kids On The Block a super group that went on to gross over a Billion Dollars in less than five years. Superstar artists also signed to Dick Scott Entertainment included Patti Austin, Tiffany, James Ingram and Boyz II Men. In 1993 Steve was approached to help long-time friend Johnny Wright, who had worked with Steve at Dick Scott Entertainment. Wright (who has since managed Jonas Brothers, Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears had just formed the Backstreet Boys, and Steve was brought in as a consultant to Transcontinental Records, WIRE, WEG, and Spectra Management companies to help handle their superstar acts like the Backstreet Boys, N’Sync, Nick Carter (of Backstreet Boys), and Nick’s then nine year old brother & kid pop star, Aaron Carter. In 2001, Steve formed a Las Vegas / Los Angeles / New York / Johannesburg, South Africa based consulting/event company that produces, markets, and promotes various events, products, services and VIP affairs around the world. Because of his deep and longstanding personal relationships and experience,Steve continues to work as a highly-regarded consultant for several Los Angeles & New York entertainment management companies, individual film/TV/music production companies, other entertainment entities and select high-profile recording artists, actors, and professional athletes.