Saturday, November 2, 2013
Dj Buddy Beaverhausen & November's Dance Music Scene
Also on Sunday, November 3, pop and dance-music diva, Cyndi Lauper, who is very bonded with the LGBT community and who recently became the first solo woman to ever win a Tony Award for best score to a Broadway show (Kinky Boots), brings her 30th Anniversary She's So Unusual Tour to The Palace Theatre in Greensburg, PA! My PA pal, AJ's headed there, and Edge NY columnist Kevin Scott Hall wrote a guest blog on Leave It to Beaverhausen after seeing the show in Atlantic City, NJ in July.
The social season is in full swing, the holidays are coming; it's party time, people! Enjoy! There will be more interviews coming up very soon on my Exclusive Q&A spin-off blog, Blab It to Beaverhausen, over this festive season as well. Don't miss the buzz from Buddy!
And, finally, thanks again to everyone reading this. Stats are strong for October, both Leave It and Blab It upwardly mobile in terms of readership. Outside of my core readership in the USA, I want to thank my readers in the UK, Russia, Ukraine, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Switzerland, China, Spain, Australia & Malaysia, this week, especially. Please check out Queens Our City radio (link above) and tune in to the dance sound of New York! The dancefloor unites us all over the world. Dance for peace, for universal happiness, for a better world. We are a global community and we can defeat hate. Peace, love, disco and out!