Frankie Says Relax

Frankie Ramos began his deejay career when he was 18 years old. He has now decided to make a disco dance party on Friday November 4 be his last at the Italian Center.

If frank-at-joesyou have ever attended one of Frank’s dance parties, this is something you won’t want to miss. Open to the public at the Italian Center 227 Mill St Poughkeepsie New York

The entry fee is a $ 5 admission for non members.  This party starts at 8 pm – 11 pm


This Party Is It!!!

Last Dance …

Frankie Ramos began his deejay career in the night club scene since the mid 70’s. He has promoted disco dance parties to the mature clubbing crowd up til and through November this year. He is a professional at his craft and has honed his skills with his seamless mixes. He proves to create the energy for his dancers time and time again.

Frankie DJ is ready to put his headphones down in the club/party promoting scene and focus his energies to his “Back To The Boogie Radio Show”… Look for him to still bring it to you live on an occasional “Interactive Dance Party” through Facebook Live as well.

freaky-frankie-dj-ramosJoin us this Friday Night at the Italian Center in Poughkeepsie and bring your boogie shoes for this “Last Dance.”




Halloween Dance Party!!


This party is one of the last two that you will be able to grace the floor to the music mixed by Freaky Frankie DJ Ramos!$20 ticket gets your your first free drink, food, music, dancing and a shot at winning $500 CASH Prize for best costume! As Vincent Price once said, “Can You Dig It?” VFW Post 170 located at 1 Violet Ave Poughkeepsie. This Party starts at 6 pm!!   (845) 452-5407 for tickets or Information ~

A Night To Boogie 

Where do you go when you are 60 and you still want to Boogie on the dance floor? Follow Freaky Frankie DJ Ramos! His parties resonate with those who were clubbing in the 70’s & 80’s 

It’s happening at the Italian Center 227 Mill St Poughkeepsie New York on Friday September 9 … this party starts at 8 pm – 11 pm … non-members are welcome with a $5 cover.

*According to a blog, V is for Vintage, blogger Julie writes, Disco music began in the late 60s/early 70s in NYC …. but the first signs of Disco began in 1942 – La Discotheque, a basement nightclub with only one turntable opens in Paris. The term ‘discotheque’ is used in Europe to describe clubs where there is no live music played.

Whiskey A-Go-Go in Paris 1953 DJ Regine uses two turntables with no breaks between the music. There is a dance-floor, coloured lights and no juke-box.

In New York, By 1970, DJ David Mancuso and his Loft parties begin in New York, becoming a foreunner of many more private clubs to come. His parties are members-only affairs at his home. The rest is Disco History! 

*For another good article on the History of Disco, in Vanity Fair by Lisa Robinson

*Julie’s Blog, V is for Vintage