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Keep doin big things man!
With over 18 yrs experience each these seasoned Djs have rocked crowds all over the US! " Not only do we DJ, but we produce our own music and we perform for the crowd." You will find out at times that they will be performing along side live instruments like didgeridoo, drums, and so much more. Its always an evolving act and you never know who will join them on stage. As one of the top up and coming performances in the southeast and quickly gaining momentum as some of the hardest working DJs in the city, we are proud to present to you... Ralph and Louie.
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I love the band, Caroline's voice knocks my socks off, but WTF does "rockabilly recovery" mean?
Fantastic band and a hell of an album!
Fontaine is the MAN!
Awesome songwriter and a sound mold breaker!
Well deserved...most def earned..Yes SiR that's my baby :-)
Yep, that's my brother and he is 'THE BEST'
Thank you so much atlanta!!
thanks so much chad...
The link should go to your Tumblr page.
What's up with the Danneman's link? Y'all pulling in stuff from old Yelp pages? (And congrats, Grant.)
is the website.
Sister Louisa's Church
of The Living Room
& Ping Pong Emporium
...Come On In, Precious!
(not St. Louisa's CHURCH)
its the wrong link... but im happy to win again..
OligarchyNot hit the nail on is vanilla-coated head. I vote we night owls take our seedy little city back. Anybody with me?
Gotta Love Mali & TreeSound: This Article Is NoLie! -Sirion
When the City of Atlanta allowed itself to be influenced by a contingent of gentrifying busy-bodies who didn’t understand what it means to live, work and play in a modern urban environment, it shot itself in the foot revenue-wise, and the City went from being an “international city” to being an empty-feeling, sanitized cow town. By changing the rules governing after-hours clubs (those open 24/7), they ruined some of the best nightlife in the Southeast, causing the closing of the world-famous Backstreet, and all the other all-hour nightclubs. Then they reduced the legal closing hours for all nightclubs by an hour so that clubs now have to close at 2:00 a.m. during the week and 3:00 a.m. on Saturdays. Now, if someone wants to open a nightclub, they go outside the City. Those who work unconventional hours are out of luck if they want to go out – that privilege is reserved only for those who work conventional hours. So the desires of these newly invading armies of yuppies trumped the desires of those who had lived in town for decades and they effectively destroyed the personality of the City and robbed Atlantans and those visiting or attending conventions of a once-vibrant night life.
Now, if I want to go dancing in town, I have no other choice than the Clermont Lounge on Ponce de Leon. Backstreet used to be where all the bartenders, waitresses and night-shift workers went when they got off work. Now they have nowhere to go. I live in the Little 5 Points area, and I can testify that Friday and Saturday nights are now eerily quiet, with virtually no traffic, no people out enjoying themselves and spending money. It is depressing and sad. I wish these people who think they want to live in an urban environment understood what that really meant, and if city noises and the sound of people on the sidewalks late at night bother them, they would just stay in the suburbs where they belong. When you move to Rome, you do as the Romans; but they moved to Rome and turned it into Mayberry.
The Midtown Business Association is one of the culprits behind the sanitization of midtown since they wanted to whip it into shape to attract more “high-end” businesses into the area. But things have apparently not worked out for their vision – Midtown looks all shiny and new, but it’s virtually empty, still waiting for businesses to lease the overpriced properties so landscaped and perfect. Could it be the outrageous prices they demand to lease space or is it that it’s apparent to everyone that the City has now lost the reasons anyone wanted to move here in the first place?
All I know is I want my 24-hour, lively City back. If noise bothers you, move to Macon!
Wouldn't any history of Backstreet be an oral history?
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