DJ Chris English plays Sundays at Harveys Cabo Wabo Cantina
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What: DJ Chris English
When: 10 p.m. every Sunday
Where: Harveys Cabo Wabo Cantina
DJ Chris English will close out the weekend at Harveys Cabo Wabo Cantina with a dance party drawing from a mix of influences.
The area DJ plays his regular party at the Stateline bar and restaurant starting at 10 p.m. Sunday.
“Musically inclined from his father, Adrian Baker, who has been a professional musician all of his life (in the studio and on stage) pushed Chris into having a keen interest in music since day one,” according to his online biography. “Being completely self taught helped him to generate his own style of mixing and scratching and formed his love for all forms of dance music.”
English counts breaks, electro house and dubstep are among the genres from which he draws his influences. He is a regular performer in the Lake Tahoe and Reno areas.
“English started opening at local clubs in England until moving to Lake Tahoe, Nevada, back in 2002 where he climbed his way up from working at the local DJ store in Reno to having headlining contracts with all major top 40 dance clubs in the Reno-Tahoe area along side running his entertainment/booking company,” according to the bio. “Chris has since then shared the decks with DJs such as DJ AM, Z Trip, Avicii, DJ Dan and Steve Aoki, just to name a few.”
Cabo Wabo Cantina is located downstairs at Harveys Lake Tahoe at the corner of U.S. Highway 50 and Stateline Avenue in Stateline.
More information is available at http://www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe.
Find DJ Chris English on Facebook.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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