Mix master and dance diva team up on Jungle

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If you want to get the dancing queens going, look no further than circuit party legend DJ Tony Moran. When you really want to set the place on fire, book singer Debbie Holiday. For an epic gay throw-down, get both and get out of the way.

That was Jungle’s formula for success on Saturday, when the turntable master and venerable diva each hit the stage to wow their loyal longtime fans in gay Atlanta. The double bill packed the house, and the performances kicked the club’s weekly gay dance party into overdrive.

Photos by Russ Youngblood


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