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  • The Marc and Myra Show Sundays 10 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts Tuesdays 12 am, Wednesdays 10 pm & Saturdays 3 am ET
    He was the man behind Studio 54's legendary velvet rope, and she held the key to the world's most exclusive call list. If you didn't get in back in the day, you're in now. Every Sunday night Marc and Myra and their guests transform memory lane into a dance floor with incredible accounts of what is now perceived to be the best days of dance music.

  • In the Mix with Jellybean Benitez Saturdays 9 pm
    Rebroadcasts Sunday 12 am, & Monday 12 pm ET
    Tune in for legendary music producer Jellybean Benitez’ show on Studio 54 Radio. It’s the best dance music from the classic dance era and the perfect way to kick off your Saturday night party.

  • Mix Play Mondays Mondays 12 pm ET Jellybean Benitez; 1 pm ET Robbie Leslie; 2 pm ET Tony SmithThe awesome threesome of DJs Jellybean Benitez, Robbie Leslie and Tony Smith go back to back to kick off your work week. Hear classic dance mixed by the DJs that created it and made it legendary every Monday on Studio 54 Radio.

  • Tony Smith’s Classic Beats and Rhythms Thursdays 9 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts Mondays 2 pm ET
    Former Studio 54 DJ Tony Smith takes over Thursday nights with his classic music selections mixed together in a way that made Tony the “go-to” DJ for classic dance music at legendary night clubs like Studio 54, Xenon and many more.

  • Robbie Leslie Presents Fridays 9 pm ET
    Rebroadcasts Mondays 1 pm ET
    Legendary Studio 54 DJ Robbie Leslie brings his amazing history of DJing to Studio 54 Radio with different themes each week. From Robbie’s own classic mixes to his vinyl vault of DJ mix sets from celebrated DJs like Roy Thode and Jim Burgess, you’ll hear it as Robbie Leslie Presents.

  • Marc BeneckeA native New Yorker, Marc’s interest in music started with his dad, who was a jazz drummer, and his mom, an opera singer. Although not originally a club-goer, he was at the door of Studio 54 from day one. Later operating bars and restaurants in LA, Marc helped bring the intimate lounge concept to Hollywood. He realigned himself with mentor Ian Schrager at the Clift, Shore Club, and Gramercy Park hotels. Marc has appeared on Broadway and the film Into the Goldmine, which starred Drew Barrymore.

  • Myra ScheerBorn in Savannah, GA, Myra Scheer moved to New York around the time Studio 54 opened its velvet ropes. Even though she earned a degree in Advertising/PR from the University of Georgia it was working with Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager that gave her a Masters. She was their assistant, guarded the "inner door" and for a time, interim in-house publicist. She stayed the course in PR and specializes now in health, beauty and not-for-profits — "the opposite of disco," she jokes. She is on the board of the Savannah Film Festival and is writing a first novel loosely based on her trudge to happy destiny.

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Studio 54 Reopened ... on Radio

Studio 54 Radio is a 24/7 commercial-free channel devoted to the best classic dance and disco. A tribute to the music often played in the legendary club created by Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, the channel will air music that comes from the vaults and special record collections of insiders, much of which has never been heard since the club’s doors shut.

The new channel will showcase dance club classics and disco, featuring music from the ‘70s and ‘80s, as well as classic mixes from the personal collection of dance icon John “Jellybean” Benitez, who will executive produce the channel. Every week, you’ll hear music spun by Studio 54 opening week DJ Nicky Siano, and the channel will also feature mix shows from the top DJs of the era.

Legendary Studio 54 doorman Marc Benecke, and Myra Scheer, executive assistant to former Studio 54 co-owner Steve Rubell, will host weekly interview shows, The Marc and Myra Show, with Studio 54 insiders from the iconic era. Special guests will include Studio 54’s original head of security, original bartenders, waiters, busboys and well known club regulars and celebrities.