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BARRY HARRIS LIVE! “BOOT CAMP”

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Meat Locker & The DC Eagle present
“BOOT CAMP”

with legendary producer & dj
BARRY HARRIS

Opening DJ
Steve Henderson
(Jackhammer/Chicago/IML/CLAW/SecretsDC)

Barry Harris was the first club DJ in the world to write, produce and perform a Top 40 hit; “I Beg Your Pardon” by his debut act Kon Kan.

“I Beg Your Pardon”, became an international Top 5 hit around the world, garnering a Juno Award (Canadian Grammy) for Best Dance Recording in 1990.

In 1998 Barry relocated to Los Angeles and became the mastermind behind the remix team Thunderpuss producing more than 40 #1 Billboard Dance remixes including hits for major label recording artists Madonna, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, Mary J. Blige, Celine Dion & Donna Summer to name a few.

Barry is best known for Whitney Houston’s Top 5 global hit, “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” which remains in steady rotation today.

A veteran of the Toronto DJ scene, Barry has performed at myriad gay venues, clubs and luxe events over the years and currently holds a monthly residency at Fly 2.0 in Toronto.

He continues to tour the U.S. and will be lending his legendary DJ skills to Leather, Bear & Pride events in Washington, Los Angeles, Boston, New Orleans, San Francisco, San Diego in 2017.

Barry Harris continues to remix club tracks, advancing his signature sound to Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Drake, Maroon 5, Nicky Minaj and many more yet to come.

DJ Steve Henderson has been a staple DJ in the tristate area for over 20 years. From his beginnings in Baltimore at the Allegro, 1722, Hippo and Grand Central, to his many years in DC at Badlands, Cobalt, Secrets and Rehoboth Beach at Renegade and Cloud 9. Steve transferred to Chicago and has seen even more success as the resident DJ AT jackhammer, IML, CLAW, and a dozen other huge leather events in the country. His upbeat style of tech disco, electro, vocals , nrg tribal and club he appeals to a large variety of music enthusiasts. Steve has been part of the community for decades, as DCS capital Pride stage manager and entertainment director, along with several years as the Kings Dominion Gay Days DJ…


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