HARRY TOWERS
As a Disc Jockey:
From March of 1983 till November of 1991 Harry was a working disc jockey. He worked an average of two nights a week and with the exception of the month of January 1989 was never out of work. Some of the clubs he spun at included The China Club in Manhatta
As a Retailer
From September of 1983 till December of 1991 Harry was the buyer and Billboard Reporter for Our Music Center on Staten Island. That experience gave him terrific insight on what is really selling and what direction the public’s taste was heading in. The hi
As a Writer:
From January of 1988 through February 1990 he was the music reviewer for On The Town magazine. It was an entertainment and leisure guide for Staten Island. During his time at Our Music Center he put out a D.J. tip sheet called Beat Dis. It consisted of re
On Television:
From 1989 through 1991 Harry was the music coordinator and on screen D.J. for Staten Island Dance Party. It was a show that spotlighted a different high school each week and had their pupils as the dancers. Harry enjoyed the distinction of playing techno
As a Record Promoter:
In 1989 along with business partner Mike Ruocco Harry started his own record label called Deet Records. They only released one single called Lover by Hint Of Grey but he turned that experience into landing a job as Director of Promotion for ZYX Music – U.
From December of 1995 till 1998 he was at Popular Records. In this short period of time Harry had the pleasure of working on projects by N-Trance 2 Unlimited Lost Judy Cheeks doop Fury Playahitty Umboza and France Joli. Popular also won Best Independent L
Next he joined P.P.I. Entertainment till 1999 His biggest success there was Hooked On A Feeling by Baby Talk (the dancing baby made popular on the Ally McBeal show). It ultimately sold 300 0 copies and peaked on the pop chart iat number 71 remaining on th
He then started his own promotion company Deet Promotions whose first clients included Jellybean Strictly Rhythm Rampage & ZYX. He was made an offer to fold his fledgling company into the larger Promo Only and he accepted in April of 2000 Projects he was
In April of 2001 he left Promo Only as Promo Only was about to take a more hip-hop slant. He joined Xtreme Records and formed Xtreme Promotions with Xtreme Records owner Dave Mondo. Highlights of that time included working projects such as The Digital All
Needing a creative outlet Harry along with partners Guiseppe D. Scott Mahia Paulie D. and Georgie Porgie formed Cetacean Records and had tremendous success with the Britallics La Vida Es Un Carnival Boulevard East Let Me Feel Your Arms Around Me (top ten