The Fall of Disco?


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I used to be a DJ in nightclubs in the 70's during the height of the Disco area and remember well the day where Disco was officailly declared "dead".

Most of us DJ were wondering what would happen to our jobs, would clubs close etc. But in actuality, none of us ever stopped working due to the fall out of Disco.
Both I and my daughter DJd in clubs in the 70s ( mine was limited due to teaching commitments ) my daughter however, was the last DJ at Atlanta's best known and longest running clubs when it closed in 1988.

She went into house music and is now a very high profile DJ in Atlanta
clubs and some local radio stations .

Steve Pastor

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I would have expected better from Seattle's Experience Music Project museum.
Maybe Adwiz remembered incorrectly?

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