There are legendary circuit DJs, and there are living legends. When you’re two-time Grammy nominated producer Tony Moran, it’s both, and the queens come. When it’s Pride, they come running.
So we ask you. With three decades of Billboard No. 1 hits, what better master of the turntables to spin the official Atlanta Pride closing party? Correct: There is no better. Hundreds of dancing queens were way ahead of you. They packed into Opera on Sunday night to keep the Pride vibes flowing, and for a taste of the Moran music magic.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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