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Harry began his professional DJ career at the Disco Roller Boogie in 1983, Together with the Djs José Luis Iglesias, Carlos Magic, oSCAR Hernandez and Gerardo Chirinos.
He was invited to play at the biggest nightclub in Caracas by Dj Paco Di Lorenzo at “City Hall” venue that had not much time left. Plans were underway to remodel the place into a modern and impressive club with the name of Winners to be opened in 1984. Once opened he began playing as a regular for 2 years and then became the club resident. He owes a lot to Dj Paco who showed him how to work with large audiences. The club could hold around 2000 people. The club was known for having many variants such as daily live shows with bands, live singers and orchestras in addition to the events that were held there. Music was a key factor in clubs like these. Anglo genres such as Pop, Disco Music, Funk, Soul, New Wave remained the most played, as well as; Latin Music.
At Winners Djs shared the floor with orchestras like Billos, Los Melodicos, Wilfrido Vargas, Las Chicas del Can, Ricardo Montaner, Ilan Chester, Yordano, Maracaibo 15, Melody Gaita, Gran Coquivacoa, Porfi Jimenez, Oscar De Leon, Roberto Antonio, and Diveana, among other local artists. We also had International Artists like Video Kids, Gloria Gaynor, France Joli, Loco Mia, Veronica Castro, Santana and others.

After working in Winners he went to a smaller club Call Part III A.K.A “La Lechuga”. In 1986 this place was very busy with Caracas’ Jet Set. At La Lechuga we had direct contact with the public. The best DJs played there and often shared the Discplay with me. La Lechuga used to be completely crowded on Thursday nights and was very busy with entertainment people and known artists. In 1989 he went for a 2 month contract to the islands of Curacao and Aruba to work in the clubs “The Pub” and “Taxy”, as well as; the famous “Scaramutches” then he returned to Caracas to play at La Lechuga but the club was closed in 1990 due to a City Hall decree.

He started working on “My Way” Pub for a few months and in 1991 he began his publicist career. He left the night jobs for a couple of years. In 1993 a new club opened “Pub Calú”. He was called for only a few months because of his day career he did not have time do both jobs. Then in 1994 he was part of a project called “Sun Moon” located in the CCCT. It was a small venue in a big nightclub called “1900 My Way” where he had already done some work in the pub.
In 2001 he was invited to a new club located in San Antonio de los Altos. He was invited to perform at an 80’s party and that is when he realized he wanted to be a DJ again.

He decides to change the scene and become a full time DJ again. In 2002 he started doing some private shows and playing at friends’ parties until an excellent DJ, DJ Salvatore Schiera invited him to play at “Da Dio” along several known DJs and in 2003 he started working at “The Belle Epoque” nightclub as a Free Lance DJ always sharing the floor with several Caracas’ electronic djs. After that he started getting invitations to play at different venues in the capital, in these performances, he was sharing with a crew of DJs called Boogie Nights performing several times in places like The Belle Epoque, The Flowers, Be, Moulin Rouge,
Matheus, The Sofa. He also toured the city of Maracaibo playing at various venues, just like in the cities of San Cristobal and Mérida, where he was contracted by Grant’s Scoth Whisky to play at main shows of the states and playing at clubs. While in Merida he meets up with the crew of Boogie Nights who were also on tour and became the closer of all of their events in the City.

He was invited to BOOGIE NIGHTS biggest event that took place in the Avila mountain in Caracas. He performed with over 30 DJs on scene. He then was invited to play at the best club of Centro San Ignacio along Salvatore Schiera at the “LOFT”. LOFT was one of the largest and most modern clubs in Caracas. After that he became part of the DJs staff of Arena Guatire for a short period of time and went back to San Ignacio working in various locations such as One, Bar & Pizza, Suka, Prive, La Ronería, Club 205, El Divino, Evana’s and Aeon, After that, he toured several Venezuelan states with Pepsi playing in major Sambil malls in Venezuela’s major cities.

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Harry began his professional DJ career at the Disco Roller Boogie in 1983, Together with the Djs José Luis Iglesias, Carlos Magic, oSCAR Hernandez and Gerardo Chirinos.
He was invited to play at the biggest nightclub in Caracas by Dj Paco Di Lorenzo at “City Hall” venue that had not much time left. Plans were underway to remodel the place into a modern and impressive club with the name of Winners to be opened in 1984. Once opened he began playing as a regular for 2 years and then became the club resident. He owes a lot to Dj Paco who showed him how to work with large audiences. The club could hold around 2000 people. The club was known for having many variants such as daily live shows with bands, live singers and orchestras in addition to the events that were held there. Music was a key factor in clubs like these. Anglo genres such as Pop, Disco Music, Funk, Soul, New Wave remained the most played, as well as; Latin Music.
At Winners Djs shared the floor with orchestras like Billos, Los Melodicos, Wilfrido Vargas, Las Chicas del Can, Ricardo Montaner, Ilan Chester, Yordano, Maracaibo 15, Melody Gaita, Gran Coquivacoa, Porfi Jimenez, Oscar De Leon, Roberto Antonio, and Diveana, among other local artists. We also had International Artists like Video Kids, Gloria Gaynor, France Joli, Loco Mia, Veronica Castro, Santana and others.

After working in Winners he went to a smaller club Call Part III A.K.A “La Lechuga”. In 1986 this place was very busy with Caracas’ Jet Set. At La Lechuga we had direct contact with the public. The best DJs played there and often shared the Discplay with me. La Lechuga used to be completely crowded on Thursday nights and was very busy with entertainment people and known artists. In 1989 he went for a 2 month contract to the islands of Curacao and Aruba to work in the clubs “The Pub” and “Taxy”, as well as; the famous “Scaramutches” then he returned to Caracas to play at La Lechuga but the club was closed in 1990 due to a City Hall decree.

He started working on “My Way” Pub for a few months and in 1991 he began his publicist career. He left the night jobs for a couple of years. In 1993 a new club opened “Pub Calú”. He was called for only a few months because of his day career he did not have time do both jobs. Then in 1994 he was part of a project called “Sun Moon” located in the CCCT. It was a small venue in a big nightclub called “1900 My Way” where he had already done some work in the pub.
In 2001 he was invited to a new club located in San Antonio de los Altos. He was invited to perform at an 80’s party and that is when he realized he wanted to be a DJ again.

He decides to change the scene and become a full time DJ again. In 2002 he started doing some private shows and playing at friends’ parties until an excellent DJ, DJ Salvatore Schiera invited him to play at “Da Dio” along several known DJs and in 2003 he started working at “The Belle Epoque” nightclub as a Free Lance DJ always sharing the floor with several Caracas’ electronic djs. After that he started getting invitations to play at different venues in the capital, in these performances, he was sharing with a crew of DJs called Boogie Nights performing several times in places like The Belle Epoque, The Flowers, Be, Moulin Rouge,
Matheus, The Sofa. He also toured the city of Maracaibo playing at various venues, just like in the cities of San Cristobal and Mérida, where he was contracted by Grant’s Scoth Whisky to play at main shows of the states and playing at clubs. While in Merida he meets up with the crew of Boogie Nights who were also on tour and became the closer of all of their events in the City.

He was invited to BOOGIE NIGHTS biggest event that took place in the Avila mountain in Caracas. He performed with over 30 DJs on scene. He then was invited to play at the best club of Centro San Ignacio along Salvatore Schiera at the “LOFT”. LOFT was one of the largest and most modern clubs in Caracas. After that he became part of the DJs staff of Arena Guatire for a short period of time and went back to San Ignacio working in various locations such as One, Bar & Pizza, Suka, Prive, La Ronería, Club 205, El Divino, Evana’s and Aeon, After that, he toured several Venezuelan states with Pepsi playing in major Sambil malls in Venezuela’s major cities.

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