Those underwear-clad go-go dancers of BJ Roosters were out in force on Friday to celebrate the first weekend of the year.
The Cheshire Bridge Road club drew a diverse crowd, including some who came from Onyx night at Atlanta Eagle.
Want more BJ's action? Check out pics from a charity carwash or two, a hunk auction, Jell-O wrestling night, Pride weekend and the Red Dress Tea Dance.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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