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Music has always been an major part of Susan’s childhood, but it became an obsession in 1994. She spent years perfecting her sound and skills as a turntablist and landed her first professional gig as DJ Lil' Sue, at Cat Club Fridays at the Roxy in Boston as the opening DJ. Through massive distribution of her mix tapes, Susan received recognition by several promotional groups in New England. She was then able to hone her talents in front of thousands while headlining at hundreds of events throughout New England in venues such as The Asylum in western MA and major concert arena's throughout the North East. Susan began her reinvention in 2001, changing her name to DJ Susan Esthera and taking guest spots and residencies in mainstream nightclubs. She worked tirelessly distributing her demos to promoters and club goers. This determination gave Susan a chance to compete for a spot as resident DJ at the now defunct Axis on Lansdowne St in Boston on Monday nights. Susan won the gig. Shortly afterward she landed the resident position next door at Glamorous Life Thursdays at Embassy and then, monthly resident for Sundays at Avalon. She worked at each venue until they all closed their doors in 2008. Susan added mixing and editing music videos to her repertoire in 2010 which landed her at her DJ home on Saturday Nights at Club Cafe.
In 2013, Club Cafe promoted Susan to the position of Entertainment Manager, which was the perfect opportunity for her to take all her experience and knowledge of the club and nightlife culture and use it to continue to improve and keep Club Cafe thriving.
2014 is the year Susan will celebrate twenty years as a professional DJ. She is considered by many to be one of the most respected DJs in the New England area.