The Throwback Party

Third String Productions Presents...

The Throwback Party

Christy Ray, Poizon Ivy The DJ

Tue, November 21, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

$1.99 - $5.00

This event is all ages

The Throwback Party is a 90s and early 2000s inspired event featuring hip-hop, r&b, top 40. The party returns to Dallas just in time for Thanksgiving week!

 

Very excited to have these super talented women DJing The Throwback Party next Tuesday to properly kick off Thanksgiving week!

 

Christy Ray
Poizon Ivy the DJ from K104 & the Dallas Mavs!

 

Tickets are available for $5 or you can get in FREE before 10pm with a 2 item food donation (see list of preferred items below) that we will be donating to North Texas Food Bank.

 

If you plan on donating items, here's a list of the items the food bank needs most:
- Low-Sodium Canned Vegetables
- Dried or Canned Beans
- Canned Tuna or Chicken
- Whole-Grain Rice or Pasta
- Healthy Cereal
- Peanut Butter

 

The Throwback Party
The Throwback Party
Christy Ray
Christy Ray
DJ Spinderella is a legend, part of one of hip-hop's most celebrated rap groups, Salt-N-Pepa. The trio has sold more than 7 million records and influenced some of your favorite pop stars, from Rihanna to Nicki Minaj. Spinderella casts a large shadow. So it's a good thing that her daughter, Christy Ray Anderson, is a chip off the old block.

Christy Ray, whose father is retired NBA player Kenny Anderson, was born in New Jersey, spent a few years in Long Island, then spent the rest of her growing-up years in Los Angeles with her famous mom. As a kid, Christy Ray was always curious about her mother's profession, but says she wasn't fully aware of the magnitude of either of her parents' stardom. They were just Mom and Dad. She says she never developed her dad's basketball gene, but by the time she was 11, she was actively spinning records around the house, mimicking her mother.

Eventually, Christy Ray, now 23, had the confidence to spin in front of a crowd. Her first gig was nationally televised during an '80s-themed episode of MTV's My Super Sweet 16. However, she puts an asterisk beside this accomplishment because MTV didn't pay for the licensing required to air her set list.
"What you're hearing is not me DJing," she says. "You were seeing me, but a lot of the time you weren't actually hearing [what I was playing]."

While attending Hofstra University, Christy Ray DJ'd here and there to make some extra cash. After graduation, she moved to Dallas, where her mother was the midday DJ at KSOC-FM (94.5) for a year. The two still live here. Dallas has grown on Christy Ray, and she says she prefers it to New York and Los Angeles.
Poizon Ivy The DJ
Poizon Ivy The DJ
Venue Information:
The Prophet Bar
2548 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://theprophetbar.com/home