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Exclusive Photos: Portraits of Town

A selection of the bartenders, DJs, drag performers, managers, and patrons who helped to make Town Danceboutique a special destination

On Saturday night, June 23, a week before Town’s official closing, Metro Weekly’s Julian Vankim visited the club and photographed a selection of bartenders, local DJs, longtime managers, and Ladies of Town castmembers and special guests who have helped to make the LGBTQ nightclub, Town Danceboutique, among the most highly regarded in the nation. Enjoy our Portraits of Town.

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Ed Bailey, Co-owner, Since Opening, 2007
Lena Lett, Ladies of Town (Emcee), Since Opening, 2007
Paul Mazzullo, Bartender, Since Opening, 2007

Kris Sutton, Bartender, Since 2008

DJ Wess, Since Opening, 2007
DJ Adam Koussari, Since 2014
DJ Jeff Prior, Since 2014
DJ Dvonne, Since 2014
Ba'Naka, Ladies of Town (Cast), Since 2008
Shi-Queeta-Lee, Ladies of Town (Cast), Since Opening, 2007
Ed Ault, Manager, Since Opening, 2007
DJ Matt Bailer, Since 2011
Jim "Chachi" Boyle, Co-owner, Since Opening, 2007
DJ Twin, Since 2012
Ryan Bennett, Weekly Patron, Since Opening, 2007
Gigi Paris Couture, Ladies of Town, Since 2014
DJ/promoter Aaron Riggins, Since 2009
Kevin Rowe, Bartender, Since Opening, 2007
Andrew Hodges, Manager, Since 2009
Adam Hodges, Door Staff, Since 2009
Tatianna, Ladies of Town (Cast), Since 2011

Sasha Adams Sanchez, Ladies of Town (Cast), Since 2012

Adam Campbell, Manager, Since 2008
Brian Bennett, Bartender, Since Opening, 2007
Chord Bezerra, DJ, Since 2013
Iyana and Brooklyn, Ladies of Town, Since 2010
Matt Miller, Bartender, Since 2008

DJ Madscience, Since 2013

Ed Bailey, Co-owner, Since Opening, 2007

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