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12/27/17- NEW VIDEOS- Wild Christmas at Guadalupe Inn

Check out all the new videos!  New footage added from Wild Christmas- 12/27/17 at Guadalupe Inn!

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12/31/17- Burlesque and Drums at Dromedary Bar NYE with Cutty Sark!

What a way to send 2017 out!  Thanks so much to Dromedary Bar, staff, and patrons for welcoming us and enjoying!  Cheers to more success in the new year!

Special thanks to Laura Matte of Cutty Sark for all your support and hard work!

12/27/17- WILD CHRISTMAS at Guadalupe Inn

The celebration continues!  Join us Wednesday, 12/27, at Guadalupe Inn for WILD CHRISTMAS!  Contact reservations@guadalupeinnbk.com

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A full night of NewYorkWild.Life!  Live band, DJ, burlesque, singing, and more!

Drink specials by Tanteo Jalapeno!

Cabaret performances by Agave L’amour

Singing and hosted by Daphne Always

Live music by Josh Couvares and DJ jojoSOUL

12/9/17- Proud to DJ for the Antique Automobile Association of Brooklyn

So happy to get to DJ for the Antique Automobile Association of Brooklyn Holiday Party at Sts. Simon and Jude in Gravesend.

I love getting to play all the oldies, classics, doo-wop, swing, and Christmas songs!  Thanks so much and looking forward to seeing the club again! 😉

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Thank you, 2017… Welcome NewYorkWild.Life!

What. A. Year…

I’d like to thank everyone who helped me along my path this year, those who supported and influenced me, and those whom I’ve had the privilege to work with this year.  You all inspire me and give me the strength and understanding to continue toward my goals and lessons.  I appreciate all the opportunities I’ve been blessed with this year, and look forward to continuing to cultivate my skills, feelings, abilities, and passions.

With love in my heart, I present to you a new project title and purpose.  NewYorkWild.Life is a self-assessment, a look inward to define what I can express outward, and an honest interpretation of what I’ve found within and wish to share in hopes of inspiring and entertaining.

I am grateful to be in the company of my partner, Agave L’amour.  Your constant support and inspiration keeps wind in my sails, and continues to prove the impossible is only what we allow to beat us.  You are a great teacher and beautiful human, and I thank you for everything.  Here’s to so many more impossibly beautiful moments with you.  Tqm

Now then… ready for 2018?  😉

 

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All aboard! Back in time aboard the Vintage Train Ride 2017!

What a blast!  Thanks for having me at the Vintage Train Ride 2017!  Big thanks to Sunnyside Social Club!  Great work to all the volunteers, participants, and swing dancers!

More info at NY Transit Museum- Holiday Nostalgia Rides

12/3/17- Drumming on Vintage Train Ride for Sunnyside Social Club!

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Excited to be drumming for Sunnyside Social Club this Sunday, 12/3/17!

Music begins at the 96th St Q Train at about 4pm.

HOLIDAY NOSTALGIA RIDES

Celebrate the magic of New York City during the holidays with a ride back in time on our vintage fleet of subway cars and buses. This holiday season, we continue the tradition of placing our vintage R1-9 train cars and a selection of our vintage buses from decades past in regular service. Don’t miss your chance to travel through time – for just the cost of a MetroCard swipe!

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Catch the Holiday Nostalgia Train on Sunday, December 3rd! In celebration of the one year anniversary of the Second Avenue Subway, this year’s Holiday Nostalgia Train will run along the F line between 2nd Av and Lexington Avenue / 63rd Street and via the Q line between Lexington Avenue / 63rd Street and 96th Street on the Upper East Side.

The Holiday Nostalgia Train departs from the 2nd Av subway station on the F line at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm and from the 96th Street subway station on the Q line at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm.

The special eight-car subway train of  R1-9 cars from the 1930s is complete with rattan seats, ceiling fans, incandescent bulb lighting, drop-sash style windows, vintage roll signs, and original advertisements.