Grammy-Nominated Duo to Chat and Spin on
Derek & Romaine’s “Friday Night Dance Party”
Sirius Channel 109, XM Channel 98
June 24, New York City – Grammy-nominated UK DJ duo Freemasons are jetting in to headline NYC Pride’s 24th
Annual Dance on the Pier.
In anticipation of the big gig, Freemasons (Russell Small and James Whiltshire) will be this Friday's featured guests on the “Friday Night Dance Party” segment of the Derek and Romaine Show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, sharing a classic set list to kick off the NYC Pride weekend.The interview will broadcast live on Friday, June 25th at 9:05 pm ET on Sirius XM Satellite Radio’ LGBT channel, OutQ: Sirius 109 and XM 98. Listeners and fans are welcome to participate by calling 866-305-6887. For those who don't subscribe to Sirius, a free online trial is available at www.Sirius.com
Delighted Freemasons fans need only to thank NYC Pride super-sponsor, Gaydar.net, for bringing in the boys to DJ at NYC Pride's 24th Annual Dance on the Pier. The duo's only previous NYC appearance was last September for The Saint At Large Presents Freemasons at The Beach at Governor's Island.
Freemasons are known for chart-topping remixes for top pop divas like Kylie, Whitney, Shakira, Solange and Beyonce and are currently enjoying the success of “Bittersweet,” the new single they co-wrote, produced and remixed for UK pop star and dance chart favorite, Sophie Ellis-Bextor. (The original version of “Bittersweet” made its worldwide debut in March on GaydarRadio.com.) See the “Bittersweet” video at sophieellisbextor.net
Freemasons are also known for their own pop-charting hits, the most recent of which was “Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer)” by Freemasons featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor. They are currently in the studio working on their new album.
Derek and Romaine is a GLAAD Award-winning national radio show with a reach of 19 million subscribers on SIRIUS XM Radio. Filled with free-form chatter, candid and frank discussions and tons of laughs, the Derek and Romaine Show is a unique radio experience featuring an unlikely gay/lesbian duo, Derek Hartley and Romaine Patterson. Now in its seventh year on air across North America, Derek and Romaine has featured hundreds of celebrity guests including Samuel L. Jackson, Meredith Vieira, Rosie O'Donnell, Gene Hackman, Martha Stewart, Shaun White, and The Indigo Girls, as well as experts and real people sharing personal experiences. •