Eunique Mack

Man dressed in all white holding microphone.

Eunique Mack sings rhythm and blues, pop, jazz standards, and current hits. He began singing at an early age, inspired by his mother’s record collection of the greats, such as Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, and Otis Redding. Mack was the founder and lead singer of the group SOLO, whose first album was nominated for a Soul Train Award. As a solo artist, Mack produced his R&B debut "Make It Real Hot" on his Mackability label. He has been featured in "Black Beat" magazine and named Musician of the Week by several local newspapers. Mack has performed at Nassau Coliseum, Britain's Wembley Stadium, and in the movie "The Sixth Man." He is also songwriter and producer; his latest album release is called "Can’t Wait."