Randy Jones

One of the most prolific and technically marvelous DJs around, Ian Ford is in demand! An immaculate producer, a staple in the LGBT community, and a venue owner of himself, I couldn’t resist speaking with Ian. Probably one of the nicest guys around as well, I would fully recommend him for any kind of event you could possibly be thinking of. I haven’t known him long, but I wish I had! We spoke about his
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Spectacular! The creation of a magnificent affair with a twist, in the midst of New York Fashion Week frenzy., exceeded all expectations. The original conversation happened somewhat like this: “Billy, Mark is one of the leading hair dressers in New York, as well as internationally….why aren’t you doing something for Fashion Week”? Billy Hess, acclaimed Nightlife and celebrity photographer responded, “But Eileen, we only have 3 weeks”…. Billy Hess then brilliantly decided to do the
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Amongst the dimly lit underground of one of the coolest venues in New York City, “Bowery Electric”,  the audience began to arrive filled with excited anticipation of a 27 year reunion. Dave Kendrick, drummer of Devo, and Frank Schubert who has worked with Devo,the audacious masterminds of “Whip It”, and Randy Jones, the sexy cowboy, still on the charts today as a solo artist, from the iconic kings of disco bands, The Village People, was
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The achievement of having a song chart on Billboard is enormously prodigious in itself, however celebrating a hit on the charts approaching the eve of the 40th anniversary of the first time you appeared on the charts ever, is triumphant. Randy Jones, the original cowboy of the “Village People” is the only member of the disco phenomena recognized for their onstage costumes representing American masculine cultural stereotypes, who has charted as a solo artist, with
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