Another chance to hear
Boy George 's tribute to the ultimate disco, Studio 54, which opened its doors to the dance-, drugs-, glamour- and sex-inclined of Manhattan's glitterati and to the city's fabulously presented hoi polloi in April 1977, only to shut three years later under the weight of unbridled hedonism and tax fraud. Recalling the halcyon days of history's most famous dance-f loor are jet-set PR socialite Carmen D'Alessio , deejay Nicky Siano , disco producer Nile Rodgers , fashionista Keni Valenti and roller-skating drag queen
Rollerena, plus bartenders, dancers, busboys and doorman Mark Beneck. Producer Russell Finch
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