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The She Pop Show: Female Fronted Music From Around The World on MakerParkRadio

Forbidden Island with Tallahassee Tim and Kitty: Classic Surf, Punk, New Wave and Glam (and new music for people that like that kind of thing) on MakerParkRadio

Do the 45: 50's and 60's 45s on Hudson River Radio

Live DJ Shows: Otto's Shrunken Head, Leidy's Shore Inn, Alice Austen House, The Hop Shoppe, Flagship Brewery, SoulFinger (guest DJ), Motown Monday (guest DJ)

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Kitty the Disc Jockey, the she pop show 
winner of award of distinction for best audio production
The communicator awards, 2021

The Communicator Awards honors work that transcends craft—work that made a lasting impact. Each year, the organization receives almost 5,000 entries from companies, agencies, studios, and boutique shops of all sizes, making it, globally, one of the largest award shows of its kind.  

Kitty the Disc Jockey: New York Festivals Radio Awards Silver Trophy Winner
Category: Best Digital Music Program, USA, 2019
the She Pop show with kitty

Award Ceremony Recap Video:https://www.facebook.com/NYFRadioAwards/videos/515714109075945/

OR https://www.linkedin.com/posts/nyf-radio-awards_newyorkfestivals-ageofthestoryteller-storytellersgala-activity-6632713882291015680-QYpH

JUNE 24, 2019

World-wide since 1982, New York Festivals Radio Awards announced the 2019 winners.

New York Festivals Radio Awards Grand Jury awarded a wide spectrum of radio content submitted from 35 countries around the globe. Award-winning, podcasts and audiobooks, live events, dramas and documentaries, breaking news coverage, and multi-genre music specials were celebrated at the 2019 New York Festivals Radio Awards ceremony in Manhattan. For the complete list of award-winning radio entries, please visit: HERE.

Kitty the Disc Jockey: Voted Best DJ in the Staten Island Advance Reader's Poll-2015 and 2016

Read the entire article here : Staten Island's Best DJ: Single lady 'DJ Kitty' spins into the Sunset

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- She was a single lady before Beyonce ever donned her black leotard -- or before the song was even a file on someone's iPhone, for that matter.

In fact, most of the 45 records DJ Kitty spins at her monthly '60s dance parties harken back to a time when singles were created to be collected, not downloaded or streamed.

"To actually be paying attention, actively listening and getting on your feet and dancing -- to wholeheartedly participate and listen -- is the way it's supposed to be done," said DJ Kitty, also known as Karen Kalriess.