Date(s) - 09/13/2019
BSP Kingston Presents
A special late night dance party in our backroom theater following The Big Shoe with Kingston’s own DJ David Barese.
FRIDAY 9/13 | $5
9:30p BIG SHOE
12:30a DJ DAVID BARESE
**Big Shoe attendees welcome to attend afterparty at no additional cost**
Culturally diversified, well versed in many genres and truly a rare talent by far, David Barese, also known as Kue, embodies a wealth of experience that stems from performing in major nightclubs every week in the New York Tri-State area as well as in world renown cities such as Dubai, Paris, Marrakech, Miami, and many more. Starting in his teenage years to the present, David has raised the energy level at countless house parties and and hundreds of night clubs with his unique open format style.
Over the years, Barese has remained active in the industry through various fronts. Along side Big Ali and DJ Mister Vince, he co-founded the World Famous Vinyl Squad. For over a decade, David entertained countless listeners with his own radio show that aired on Clear Channels Kiss FM in the U.S. He also mixed for FG Radio in France and worked as an assistant producer for multiple syndicated Radio Shows including “The Jump Off with Ed Lover and Dr. Dre”, and “Full Throttle Radio” hosted by the Grammy Award Winner Fatman Scoop.
Outside the realm of Djing, David owns and acts as the Head of Content and Development for his software company Mixcity Inc. which markets and distributes software that is sold in more than 80 countries. He is also one of the developers responsible for popular DJ software KueIt.
In 2014 Barese joined forces with Vic Vicious and Mister Vince to form the new industry triple threat called Dienvy. In less than a year of working together they have produced multiple club bangers including “Call Me King Kong” featuring the Grammy Award Winner Fatman Scoop and “Slow Motion Remix” featuring Trey Songz.
Performer, Music Producer, and Entrepreneur are among the many titles that David carries. A performer at heart, whether it’s on the night club dance floor, through the radio airways or by providing the software tools that help others keep you entertained… look for David Barese to continue to be a force in the music industry.