DJ legend Tony Moran returned to one of his favorite gay Atlanta party spots and made Jungle buzz all Saturday night long.
The two-time Grammy nominated remix master, producer and singer-songwriter has been churning out dance music madness since 1981. Moran did it again on Saturday, returning to the same spot he made thump for Atlanta Pride.
Moran took over after Fantasy Girls, which features Phoenix (photo), Celeste Holmes, Destiny Brooks, Alissah Brooks and Extasy Grey.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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