Dennis Has A Podcast started on January 12, 2012 as an experiment of personal connection. DHAP, as the podcast has come to be affectionately known, has shared conversations with some of New York’s and the country’s best up-and-coming talent. The idea behind Dennis Has A Podcast is as simple as its name; straight-forward, sincere conversation between Dennis and his wide-ranging catalogue of guests.

Dennis Holden (right), host/creator of Dennis Has A Podcast with Mets legend Edgardo Alfonzo

While many shows focus their scope of their podcast on a particular theme, DHAP piques interest with a collection of topics and guests that stay accessible to listeners. From discussing pop culture to exploring personal & professional career paths, Dennis gets to the heart of what his guests are passionate about through his unique, welcoming interview style. As a person and a performer, Dennis Has A Podcast is the perfect amalgamation of Dennis’ personality and passions.
Dennis Holden is a podcaster, interviewer, host, and comedian born in Yonkers, New York. He continues to live in Westchester County while working all across New York City. Dennis has also taken philanthropic efforts supporting the Huntington’s Disease Society of America and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, in memory of his father and uncles. Dennis is a lifelong fan of the New York Mets, Jets, Knicks and Rangers, the musical stylings of Billy Joel, John Mayer, Ben Folds and Elvis Costello, and the accomplished and multi-talented careers of Tony Danza and Chris Jericho.
Dennis has hosted the Queens Baseball Convention since 2015 (most recently January 2019) interviewing Mets legends Edgardo Alfonzo and Ed Kranepool, and currently player Chris Flexen, appeared on SNY’s Oh Yeah, ABC’s Primetime: What Would You Do? and failed miserably on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.

“You gots podcasts, I gots podcasts, all God’s children gots podcasts; HOWEVER, NONE OF THEM are as legit, awesome, warm, funny, touching, natural as Dennis Has A Podcast. So take a listen or two.”
Adam Lucidi comedian, AXS Live/Askholes
“Dennis is a gentleman and a scholar. To be interviewed by him was a pleasure and an honor I will always carry with me.
Ryan Houssein The National Something
“I have done Dennis Has A Podcast three times, and I’ll probably do it again!”
Joe Pontillo writer/director Hank is Evil
“Dennis Holden’s show is filled with a lot of heart. His special brand of joy makes all of his guests welcome. He builds community, provides a platform, and asks great questions. After being a guest, I had to listen to a bunch of episodes. You should, too. Funny, encouraging, with great tips for everything NYC and beyond. Thanks Dennis, you the man!”
Craig Fox comedian, Fox and Friendz