Stephen Patrick Mackey was an English musician and record producer who passed away on March 2, 2023. He was most known for his role as the bass guitarist for the alternative rock band Pulp, which he joined in 1989. Mackey was born on November 10, 1966. M.I.A., Florence + the Machine, The Long Blondes, and Arcade Fire are some of the artists whose songs and albums he has produced as a record producer.
Steve Mackey was born on November 10, 1966, in Sheffield, United Kingdom. He celebrated his 56th birthday on November 10, 2022, before he died in March 2023.
Steve Mackey’s parents, Kath (his mother) and Paul, welcomed him into the world in Sheffield, in the United Kingdom (father). He started up his education at Hucklow First School and continued on to Hucklow Middle School.
Katie Grand, a fashion writer and stylist, is the one who will carry on Steve Mackey’s legacy after he has passed away.
In 2009, Mackey tied the knot with Katie Grand, the woman he had been seeing for a very long time. North London was the location of the love birds’ home.
On Thursday, March 2, his wife sent a statement on social media in which she said that her husband had been hospitalized for the previous three months due to an ailment that she did not disclose.
“We are astonished and heartbroken to have bid goodbye to my bright and wonderful husband,” she said. “We are in complete disbelief.”
The year 1996 saw the birth of Steve Mackey’s lovable son, Marley, who was given to him as a gift.
Michelle Mackey and Steve Mackey spent their whole childhoods together.
An estimated net worth of around 17 million dollars was held by Steve Mackey at the time of his passing. Because he was a musician, composer, instrumentalist, and music producer, he was able to accumulate a significant amount of wealth over his career.