LGBTQ Atlanta came out in force on Saturday to go back in time for a night with Martha Wash and Taylor Dayne.
The event was Positive Impact Health Centers’ annual Party With Impact fundraiser at the Tabernacle.
Wash was up first to deliver her storied hits, while Taylor Dayne wrapped things up with a tight set of her own. DJ Mike Pope was on hand to provide the beats in-between sets.
Proceeds from the event went to help PIHC fight HIV in Atlanta.
Check out our interview with Dayne in this event preview.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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