To get a jump start on Pride season, as different as it will be this year across the country and around the world, we introduce to you one of our newest contributors to The House of Dandridge. Back in October, we went on a bus ride to Washington D.C. to[…]
For World Pride in 2019, artists were selected to create murals to celebrate fifty years since The Stonewall Riots in 1969. We finally got a chance to visit them in Astoria and have the photos to prove it!
So during this quarantine, we decided to resurrect our Chauncey Chat series and feature short and sassy interviews with nightlife personalities and local artists in the NYC area and beyond. Being a performer or an artist is especially trifling during a lockdown and we are here to find out what[…]
VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS!We are taking our monthly FREAK OUT Variety Show to INSTAGRAM LIVE while we are in lockdown.Wednesday May 6th at 6:30pm featuring performances from some Stonewall regulars as well as some surprises! The coolest part about it is that you don’t have to live in NYC to[…]
Since the quarantine has offered up a lot more free time than we ever thought possible, we decided to resurrect one of our favourite columns from about a decade ago! “Dear Gusty” is an advice column on The House of Dandridge in the same vein as “Dear Abby” but with…balls!
A few months ago I was asked to create a full hour non stop Donna Summer megamix. I was delighted for the challenge and searched for some remixes I had never heard before. In researching her catalogue, I also discovered many gems and a bauble or two I hadn’t heard[…]
I’ve actually been getting very creative and thinking of new show ideas. I released season two of Fries Race, a stupid little comic book style show about which fries are the best. I released that on my IG story. Right now, I’m recording a lot of music. Thank God I have a home studio and can record myself. It’s been a great time for me to catch up on all my creative projects.
Happy 30th Anniversary to @madonna Blond Ambition Tour that kicked off in Japan back in 1990. I could write an essay about how much this concert changed my life. Maybe I will. It catapulted her into the stratosphere and cemented her ICON status as the one and only Queen of[…]
We here at The House of Dandridge would like to introduce to you a very special new column to the roster! Since the quarantine and Covid-19 pandemic has taken over our lives, we reached out to a few of our friends and fellow artists to see if they were interested in becoming a contributor to the blog and help dust off these pages with some fresh content!
So during this quarantine, we decided to resurrect our Chauncey Chat series and feature short and sassy interviews with nightlife personalities and local artists in the NYC area and beyond. Being a performer or an artist is especially trifling during a lockdown and we are here to find out what happens when you force a creative person to stay home.